The Moulton Armchair is one of our most impressively styled Armchairs. Experience ultimate luxury and comfort with the gently sloping arms, solid oak tapered feet and sumptuous cushions.
Contemporary yet with a hint to the design classics of the past.
- Solid wood frame construction using wood from FSC certified forests with 15 year guarantee
- Hand built by skilled craftspeople in Wiltshire
- Engineered Brushed Metal Underframe.
- Available in 58 fabrics
- Luxurious foam filled cushions
- All fabrics tested to a minimum rub count of 30,000.
- Removable seat cushions for easy washing.
Uniquely, all of our upholstery products are made under one roof the traditional way, using generations of skills and expertise.
Our skilled crafts men and women work with care and dedication to produce some of the best handmade products available.
Each Armchair is made using only the finest raw materials including sumptuous cushions and solid wooden frames.
All of our Armchair leg options are carefully developed to make sure they are the best we can offer, featuring materials such as Oak and Spruce.
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