• Featured in The Times
  • Featured in Livingetc
  • Featured in The Telegraph
  • Featured in Elle
  • Featured in The Guardian
  • Featured in The Week
  • Featured in Style magazine
Karla Retro Armchair

tried & true

Retro

What’s old is new again with pieces inspired from yesteryear, but with all the perks of modern design

Shop now
Rubricks chest of drawers

The organised home

Storage

Practical and stylish, keep your home in order with storage in all shapes and sizes

Shop now
Living room armchair

Relax and unwind

Living room

Transform the heart of your home with all our essential living room picks

Shop now
Mimi 3-seater sofa

Pull up a seat

Sofas

From two to three-seaters and from Scandi to French, there’s a sofa to suit every home

Shop now
Immediate delivery available

Time’s on your side

Available now

Browse all the Editions already here and enjoy immediate delivery

Shop now
Sullivan industrial side table

Lean on me

Tables & desks

Statement side tables, extendable dining tables and distinguished desks – find your perfect piece

Shop now
How did you come to be an upholsterer?

How did you come to be an upholsterer? Vijay has a big smile. He’s the workshop’s self-styled joker, the one who brightens everyone’s day. “My Guru brought me here. We came from the same neighbourhood in Uttar Pradesh. He was the one who suggested I learn upholstery and I’m so grateful that I did.”

Read full post

What would you like to achieve in the future?

What would you like to achieve in the future? It’s almost impossible to get Salim to speak or smile at first. He presented us with a tough exterior, but once peeled away, his softness, and not to mention, his ambition, is clear. “One day, I’d like to be a contractor, I’d like to be my own boss, to lead.”

Read full post

On the road: remote India.

On the road: remote India. Inside the 4X4 everyone grows quiet as we emerge from the energetic city, into the countryside, journeying to one of our craft villages. The scenery, with its fields and mountains, sparse and empty, has lulled us into tranquillity. The lilting sound of Hindi music playing quietly on the car stereo is our soundtrack as we pass through remote lands where women in brightly coloured saris stand out against a dry landscape.

Read full post