A Grey 1920’s style sofa
All our sofas are handmade, upholstered and usually delivered by ourselves. We only use beech to make our frames, and as each piece is hand cut, we can make to the perfect size for you. Smaller, larger, not as deep or higher at the back, we are more than happy to help and advise. If you have been searching for the perfect size size then please do get in touch to see how we can make the perfect size for you.VIEW ALL
Kilim kuba footstool
Hand made footstools, made to order in a range of sizes, legs, fabrics and finish. From 12″ square, to 6 foot long and anything in between, please contact us to see how we can make the perfect footstool for your home.VIEW ALL
Our Customers Say
Many thanks to A Little Furniture Shop for my beautiful new sofa! Having searched long and hard for the perfect sofa I finally found it here. The fabric Heather at A Little Furniture Shop recommended was gorgeous and I was able to customise my new sofa exactly as I wanted. Heather and Mark were extremely helpful and couldn’t be more pleased with my new furniture.
When I telephoned The Little Furniture Shop about an ottoman on their website that I was interested in, they were charming. As time went by I changed the design so much that it was unrecognisable from any they had fabricated before. At all times they were helpful and keen to make exactly what I wanted although it ended up being incredibly complicated (including their having to deal with a fabric company in Paris on my behalf after several u-turns on fabric design from me). I am utterly delighted with the end result. The finish and detailing is of the highest quality. More than anything else though I am grateful to them for making, what could have been a stressful experience, feel fun and adventurous and a challenge that they were keen to take on and appear effortless when in fact it was far from that!
I can not fault this shop. Will always listen to the customer, however left field. I have had several jobs done from recover, new purchase, and cushion. Always bend over backwards to help. I would like to thank them. All best wishes to a great addition to our High Street.
Yesterday was the birthday so we finally opened up the footstool that was delivered last week. Needless to say it is absolutely beautiful and even better than we expected. The words ‘best birthday present ever’ were uttered, and we are all very very chuffed. Wholeheartedly recommended!
I had been looking for ages for a small but perfectly crafted and good quality foot stool and finally I found it at A Little Furniture Shop. I ordered the Round Grey Moons wool footstool after talking to the lovely owner Heather who was very helpful. It arrived carefully packed shortly after. It is beautifully made and I am delighted with it. Finally, I have what I’ve been looking for!
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Wool has been used by humans for thousands of years, from ancient civilisation right through to the modern day. Here are a few facts about nature’s best-loved fibre.
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How we make our furniture
The furniture we make is based on traditional methods and materials. Hardwood beech is traditionally used in making frames, so that’s what we use. We do this because we want our furniture to last a lifetime. We don’t make it to throw away and start again in a few years time. Some people think they […]
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We always think bespoke sounds expensive, but in reality, we think our bespoke footstools offer great value for money. We make all our footstool frames, which means we are cutting timber anyway, its what we do! The final cost of a bespoke footstool depends on three things: the size, the legs and the fabric you […]
14 Feb by Heather MaskillREAD MORE
It’s our 16th birthday in May. I’m not sure where those years have gone but I thought I would share some of it with you. Mark and I met whilst I was working for Yellow Pages, yes the days when the book was so thick you could barely lift it! He was upholstering and selling […]
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