Our winter sale is now on, with 15% off orders of selected classic and contemporary furniture and lighting. Sale ends 29th January.
Throughout 2017 we will be celebrating the centenary of Lucienne Day, Britain's most distinguished textile designer of the 20th century.
Our winter sale includes up to 75% off selected ex-display furniture and lighting, available to view and buy at our shop and showroom.
We are delighted to launch two new collections of limited edition prints by Nathalie du Pasquier and Ronan Bouroullec.
w162 Dalston pendant light
w162 Dalston pendant light by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin for Wastberg.
Inspired by industrial lighting commonly found in factories and workshops, the Dalston pendant light can be hung singly or grouped to create a focal point and bring spatial definition to interiors.
Outline three-seat sofa
Astoria table light
Astoria table lamp by Niclas Hoflin for Rubn.
With four raised bulb stems arranged at differing heights in a linear formation, the Astoria table lamp is an elegant lighting array for table tops or low surfaces.
Made of brass, each stem accommodates a dimmable LED-filament bulb for a warm and atmospheric diffusion of light.
Can 3 seater sofa
Box 2 print
Brutal London by Simon Phipps.
In response to a growing interest in London's less glamorous architectural history, Simon Phipps's Brutal London offers a photographic exploration of the city's postwar modernist architecture.
Lucienne Day 100 Designs
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