Occasional Chairs 

Ring the changes with an accent chair to create a focal point and add extra seating space.

A carefully placed occasional chair can add so much to any room - conservatory, garden room, living room, hallway or bedroom. Add a high-back chair if you have a low-back sofa to make sure everyone can be comfortable. Why not use an interesting fabric, and a different colour or style?

  • £599

    The gorgeous Bronte armchair is both up to the minute and beautifully traditional. Vintage-style, with deep foam seat cushions and a sprung frame, it could not be more comfortable. Made in Britain using superior grade materials and a solid hardwood frame, you can choose your fabric from a lovely selection of plain linens and vintage florals and even...

  • £770

    This charming small armchair might be petite on the outside, but its as comfortable as any of it's big brothers. Designed along clean, contemporary lines, without being modernist, the Matilda armchair will find a home in any room and looks especially stunning when dressed in one of the exciting range of available fabrics to create a real splash of colour...

  • £365

    The Henley chair is one of complete luxury. Attention to detail is everything in this piece with brass studs chasing its perimeter, a quilted backrest for that scrumptious pocketed effect and solid oak legs that kick out ever so slightly. Generously proportioned with a slight wraparound shape.

  • £550

    The curvy Tulip sofa and chair are traditionally-made Lloyd Loom furniture. Kraft paper is twisted around wire and then woven on a loom into strong sheets that can be used to cover frames. The resulting furniture is both beautiful and durable. The Tulip has deep comfortable foam cushions and there is a choice of plain fabrics for the upholstery.

  • £240

    The Calverston is a dining chair that blends tradition with a modern twist. The scrolled back is a little regal but by choosing just two buttons for tufting, it keeps things toned down. Fully upholstered with a comfortable sprung seat, this is a modern classic perfect for the dining room or as an occasional chair in any room. Archie Aqua Grey medium linen...

  • £580

    This comfortable dining armchair, made from Lloyd Loom, works well in a contemporary setting, but can also look stunning around an antique or vintage table. Available in a wide range of subtle shades the Lloyd Loom weave is attached to a hardwood frame - the best quality in this type of furniture. The matching sofa is perfect for a conservatory, garden...

  • £700

    The William is a classic English design that has modern appeal. Mixing a contemporary aesthetic with an original design to subtly reinterpret a traditional style. Finished with pulled stitch detail on the fixed back, to be completed by your choice of scatters and throws.

  • £630

    Small, but perfectly formed, Amelia is as pretty an armchair as you will ever find and, with its curved back and sides, is ready to wrap you in the kind of comfort you'd expect from a much larger chair. The attention to detail is exceptional, from the solid timber frame to the tufting and stitching of the fabric, that gives this chair such a distinctive...

  • £410

    This delightful interpretation of the 18th century slipper chair has a low seat and beautifully scrolled backrest - the appealing shape lending itself to bold fabrics, prints and checks. But Madeleine is not just an accent chair, it's a practical seat wherever you choose - for extra guests in the sitting room, as a chair for the bedroom or dressing room...

  • £510

    This beautiful contemporary armchair exudes character and style and is a great addition to a study or living room. Based on the New Objectivity design movement of early 20th century Europe, the Metro large armchair is produced to the highest quality in chrome with a leather or wool seat. The range of natural leathers is complemented by an exciting choice...

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