New to the House & Garden Collection
The Jackson is an exceptionally comfortable and contemporary sofa. The clean lines of the slipcover and simple box pleat skirt would work beautifully in a modern space or add understated elegance to a more traditional setting. With a bench-style feather-wrapped fibre seat cushion and full-feather back cushion, Jackson provides a plush, comfortable place to pause and relax. Use one of the loose bolster cushions to prop yourself against, whether you’re reading, writing, or simply taking five minutes to indulge in some peace and quiet. The slipcover design is best suited to our linen and cotton fabrics and being completely removable, can be easily updated with a changing interiors palette, or simply from season to season. Jackson is a design that will stand the test of time. It will be available as a chair, sofa, chaise and corner.
The Stella is a knockout chair. Its sleek lines are inspired by 1950’s Danish design with the rolled back and arms taken from a classic English club chair. These styles combine to create a look that feels totally fresh and perfectly modern. In addition to the coil springs, the deep front border design balances out the generous seat depth for a remarkably comfortable place to sit. A gently curved top sweeps down to form the low-level arms and a fixed back and seat with piping detail keeps the silhouette looking clean. Stella is a great standalone chair, or we think would make a smart statement as a matching pair sitting proudly in your living room or at the end of a bed.
The House & Garden Collection
The House & Garden Story
To celebrate their 70th anniversary, the first furniture collection by House & Garden is a hugely exciting new venture for the magazine. They have strong feelings about what makes a stylish and comfortable place to sit, and so it was only natural for them to apply this trained eye to designing their own range of furniture. The House & Garden Collection fills an obvious niche bringing smart, elegant, well-tailored sofas and chairs to a wider market at an accessible price. They describe Arlo & Jacob as a natural fit because the collection needed to be well made and manufactured in Britain. We are delighted to introduce to you the first House & Garden Collection.