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. 

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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.

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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 […]

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