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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

Time’s on your side

Available now

Take a look at our Available Now Editions and enjoy delivery in just a couple of weeks

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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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Ge, Xiao Xie, 44, seamstress.

Ge, Xiao Xie, 44, seamstress. “I was born in an area with lots of mountains, trees and rolling hills. I used to sit and do my homework in the shade of a tree, looking up at a mountain. It sounds very romantic now but I didn’t enjoy studying – I only did what I had to do!”

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Under the spotlight – making mid-century style legs.

Under the spotlight – making mid-century style legs. A tropical garden grows at the front of the workshop with big trees and awnings to provide shade from the extraordinary Vietnamese heat. Inside, planks of oak sit on a carpet of sawdust, waiting to be made into legs for our Mimi sofas, armchairs, ottomans and pouffes. “The best quality wood is marked red,” our artisan tells us. “This is the best timber, and the timber we use for your legs.”

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Chen, Da Qi, 37, carpenter.

Chen, Da Qi, 37, carpenter. “I have a lot of respect for my older brother. My parents couldn’t support us when we were young, so he took charge of the family and held us together. It wasn’t always easy for him.”

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