Product code: 86211501
Designed and handmade in Tom Raffield's Cornish woodland workshop, the Arbor armchair is contemporary in design and supremely comfortable in nature.
Made from oak, it features ergonomic arms made from a single piece of wood that has been steam bent in Tom Raffield's signature style. The seat has been upholstered in tactile wool sourced from one of the last remaining vertical woollen mills in Britain. Let this statement piece's unique looks take centre stage of your living or hallway space, and instantly create cosy additional seating to curl up in.
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- Assembly Required
- Fully assembled
- Tom Raffield
- Care instructions
- Clean wood with a damp cloth and dry with a soft clean cloth. Lightly vacuum fabric on a weekly basis. Fabric can be dry cleaned 2-3 times per year. Never use harsh cleaners.
- Country of Origin
- H72 x W83 x D75cm
- Furniture Range
- Height of seat
- Solid oak, Foam, British wool
Unpackaged weight of the product
Growing up surrounded by the natural beauty of Exmoor, England, Tom Raffield was inspired at an early age by the unspoiled landscapes of his environment. Whilst studying at art school he developed an innovative steaming method which allowed him to manipulate a variety of wood types and bring his stunning designs to life. These contemporary pieces are heavily influenced by forms found in nature, and are constructed using sustainable materials and ecologically sound practices. Handmade in Cornwall, England, Tom Raffield’s exquisite collection of lighting and furniture offers a remedy to the current throw-away culture, and re-introduces the concept of the cherished collectable.More from Tom Raffield