Chairs are used every day and are handled and moved around more frequently than any other furniture piece. To do its job well a chair therefore needs to be sturdy, robust and comfortable. Whether it is a chair for relaxation in the living room/ conservatory or a dining chair, these same rules apply.
To fulfill the criteria above, the first dilemma you need to consider is the material that the chair should be made from. Should you go for cheaper materials, such as MDF, or for solid hardwoods, which are much more durable. We would recommend the latter. A set of quality solid wood chairs are going to last you a lot longer. Bamboo and vegetable fibres are other effective materials for chairs and you will find some great examples in our collection. These are both strong, robust and inexpensive materials which make light chairs that are easy to carry around the home.
We specialise in comfortable chairs that are designed for relaxation. After coming back from a long day at work and slumping down onto your arm chair it is important to maintain an effective sitting position. This will help you to keep a healthy posture. Consequently you should look for a chair that supports your back to encourage this type of sitting position. The Kubu lounge chair and the Ceylon armchair, with their reclined, yet supportive, sitting positions are two great examples of how we have worked to engineer products that are good for the body as well as the mind.
Browse through our catalogue and take in some of our interesting designs, all made from natural materials. You may stumble upon that special armchair that has been carved and crafted by hand, and will go on to become a family treasure.