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.
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. 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.
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.