The Chesterfield design dates back hundreds of years with its iconic rolled arms and deep buttoned upholstery design. From humble beginnings right up until the present day, it has long been a design classic synonymous with luxury. It has certainly evolved over the years. It’s design, materials and colour options have changed and now Chesterfields are manufactured not only in the traditional antique leathers but can be seen in every colour under the rainbow, including metallic leathers and fine upholstery materials.
Soft, comfortable and welcoming. Its classic design is balanced by the shape of the armrests, which gently slant towards the inside of each element to add movement and lightness to the overall effect.
Rochester is inspired by the sofas and armchairs that populated English clubs and country houses at 1912. Rochester stands out for its pleated armrests, an appropriate finishing touch for the rich capitonné processing of the leather, carried out entirely by hand.
The distinctive features and precious processing details of the Bristol are all present, revisited here in a lighter form in the quest for an informal elegance achieved by subtraction: the historic capitonné remains on the backrest and armrest.
The Long Horn sofa meets demands posed by compact living as it features wheel castors in the back, effectively enabling users to adapt interior settings as well as the three backrest settings ensure that you can sit, lounge and sleep comfortably. Grand comfort and modularity in one sofa.
Preston, greater comfort and contemporary elegance, in keeping with the times. The seat cushion is in goose down and polyurethane foam. The feet can be spherical, in lacquered black or walnut stained wood, in the same finishes or covered in leather.
The Lincoln sofa and armchair are distinctive for the absence of a separate backrest cushion and for the way they have been significantly reduced in size, making them quite agile and versatile, just as they were back then.
The Birmingham sofa stands out for its elegant workmanship with single “X” stitches produced by hand with contrasting thread on the upholstery of the backrest and seat cushions. Polyurethane foam and dacron are used for the padding of the seat to ensure comfort and durability.