New to the House & Garden Collection
Bridging the gap between contemporary and classic design, the generously proportioned Poirot sofa is magnificent in terms of style and stature. With hand-finished scroll arms and two luxuriously plump, feather-filled, deep seat cushions, this sofa manages to be both elegant and extremely comfortable. The Poirot sofa has turned wooden legs finished with traditional castors and is a perfect match for our Hastings ottoman.
A first for Arlo & Jacob, the Lewis footstool is a contemporary piece combining an expertly upholstered top with an exposed wooden frame and elegant tapered legs. Generously sized, it works brilliantly as a smart ottoman or coffee table and would make a practical and stylish addition to any sitting room. The diagonal seams add an element of visual interest and the wraparound fabric tabs secure the upholstery to the smooth, rounded edging of the hardwood frame. Lewis pairs wonderfully with the Tennison sofa, part of the House & Garden Collection.
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.