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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

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Rubricks chest of drawers

The organised home

Storage

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

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Living room armchair

Relax and unwind

Living room

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

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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

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Immediate delivery available

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Available now

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Sullivan industrial side table

Lean on me

Tables & desks

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

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Artisans around the world: China and Vietnam.

Artisans around the world: China and Vietnam. Our journey continues. Our blog expedition takes us around the world visiting the workshops where our pieces are made, recognising the skill of the artisans who craft them. From the North of India with its pink mountains and dry terrain, to the tropical South with its palm trees and scenic coastline, we now head easterly into China and Vietnam…

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Are you more of a modern or traditional man?

Are you more of a modern or traditional man? Mr Rambabu wears a look of intense concentration as he mixes natural indigo dye in a deep stone well. “Traditional. Definitely traditional,” he says, chuckling. “Technology can be too consuming. With mobile phones you’re expected to drop everything to answer. Sometimes I find it a bit too much.”

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What do you enjoy the most about your job?

What do you enjoy the most about your job? Sukesh, shrugs, smiles, and looks around the workshop; the freshly dyed yarn hangs bright against its white walls. “I love colour,” he says, a simple yet honest answer. “This is my favourite colour,” he tells us, patting the traditional South Indian sarong he wears. “Orange.”

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