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This left handed Nantucket corner chaise sofa is the perfect lazy Sunday sofa for effortless relaxation in style. Featuring clean lines making a sleek silhouette, it's the perfect place to prop your feet up and spend your lounge time in. Our most minimal and neat looking sofa, yet also modern and incredibly contemporary.
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.
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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. If using a dry foam or liquid upholstery cleaner, always follow the manufacturer’s instructions, working from the outside of the stain to minimise ring marking. For a deeper clean of all parts, use a professional cleaning service.
Whether it’s the Belgian mills known for their chenilles and velvets, the Turkish mills favoured for their textured weaves, or the Italian mills famed for their refined fabrics, we scour the globe for the best materials and bring them to your home
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
From the higher angles we swing our hammers on the sofa back to the heftier weights we drop on the seats and the tiny tolerances we allow in our fabric seams and resilience, all our sofas are tested above and beyond the already rigorous British industry standards, so whichever one you pick, you know it will last and last
Did you know that some of our wood waste gets converted into charcoal? Who knows, you might find some on your next barbecue