Original early Georgian chair, fully restored and upholstered in Colefax & Fowler Arundel blue fabric, an interesting plain which combines a subtly coloured space dyed warp with a rich chenille weft. Incorporating self piping for defined edges, and duck feather cushion for ultimate comfort.
Despite the proliferation of sofas and chairs named ‘Woburn’ on the high street, this must surely be the original and best. Long-standing English manufacturer Duresta is famed for its build quality. With its signature curved bottom rail this Woburn is a timeless classic, and looks superb in deep purple velvet.
As can be seen from our ‘before’ photo, this imposing fireside armchair was in need of some urgent TLC. Our client chose cream Muirhead leather for the re-upholstery and we did the rest. Foam was replaced on both arms to restore comfort, as the original had lost some of its fullness over time. The chair is finished with chrome studwork.
This occasional carver chair arrived in our workshop with a ripped cover, collapsed wadding and broken springs. We stripped it back to the frame and made all the replacements necessary to provide renewed support and comfort.
Our client provided a piece of ‘Union Flag’ design fabric, which fits the seat perfectly and definitely makes a strong impression! It’s finished with brown studwork, and we think it looks fantastic. It’s a versatile piece of furniture which will suit a variety of spaces.
Made to our client’s particular specifications, all measurements are designed to suit the individual’s needs. After consultation with the customer we were able to create a chair, exactly to their taste and specification. The chair is covered in a tasteful aubergine wool plaid fabric. It has been expertly upholstered so that the check pattern runs seamlessly from the back to the wings, to the arms and the cushion.
A pair of elegant Duresta Lansdowne sofas, this time re-upholstered in light and dark grey Harris Tweed herringbone wool. The rare character and beauty of Harris Tweed is attributable to the fact that it is the only fabric produced in commercial quantities by truly traditional methods anywhere in the world. The islanders of Lewis, Harris, Uist and Barra produce this luxury cloth entirely by hand. From start to finish the cloth is in the hands of skilled and experienced artisans who oversee every stage of production utilising generations of knowledge to produce a product worthy of the name Harris Tweed.