A Grey 1920’s style sofa

Small sofa measuring 54″ arm to arm so perfect for a small space. This can be made smaller or larger to suit your space. A beech frame with a traditional sprung seat with feather seat and back scatter cushions for comfort. This sofa is made to order in a huge choice of fabrics and can be delivered throughout the UK. Not sure about size? Please do get in touch. We are more than happy to help and advise.

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Black and cream velvet stripe bench footstool £365

This large footstool measures 24″ x 40″ and standing 15″ high on black lacquered legs with chrome castors. The fabric is a plush velvet stripe from Romo fabrics. Handmade in our Shrewsbury workshop and delivered direct to you. Available to order in other colours, sizes and legs.  In stock to buy now £365. For a delivery quote and to buy telephone 01743 352102

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