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Our Abbey highback corner chaise is an elegant addition to any interior. It's arranged in a left-hand design and features classic scroll arms and wooden feet. The back cushions are split into two sections, giving ample support to your head and back. There is a range of made to order fabrics with stain defence available so you can find the one that fits with your interior.
Images displayed here act as a guide and may not be representative of the finished item. Fabrics are overlaid onto model images, so actual seams and pattern match may differ from what is shown.
Say goodbye to your old sofa or armchair, and let us take them away when we deliver the new one.
Terms and Conditions
Accidents happen, but fret not – here’s our handy guide to looking after your sofa’s fabric, year after year
Vacuum frequently with a soft brush attachment, and rotate cushions. Fabric covers are not designed to be removed for washing or dry cleaning. For spots and spillages, clean immediately by soaking up liquid with a clean dry cloth or kitchen towel. Carefully check manufacturers’ instructions for suitability before using any cleaning products. Test any products on an inconspicuous area first. For a deeper clean of all parts, use a professional cleaning service.
When searching the globe for the most luxurious fabrics in our range, there was only one place to start. The mills of Italy are the only ones we trust to bring you the premium quality materials you want to sit on and touch
All the wood we use for our sofa frames is traceable and the vast majority is FSC sourced and certified, meaning it comes from responsibly managed forests and not ancient and endangered rainforests
You’re in good hands – we work with the very best frame, upholstery and quality experts in the business. Drawing on years of experience and knowledge, they painstakingly craft your sofa. Put together with skill and care, we’re proud to say our sofas are made in Britain – and built to last
Did you know that some of our wood waste gets converted into charcoal? Who knows, you might find some on your next barbecue