Avon

British Design & Craftsmanship – Made in the UK.

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Stylish NEW range of fabrics & colours launched in 2018!

The Avon is a traditional high back chair with a deep button back for added comfort. Designed with pocket sprung seating, padded armrests and upholstered sides, the Avon achieves maximum relaxation. Featuring contemporary styling and a neutral fabric selection, the Avon will suit most room settings.

More colours are available please contact Customer Services on 0800 252614.

Specification:

  • Seat height – 49.5cm / 19½”
  • Seat width – 48.2cm / 19”
  • Seat depth – 48.2cm / 19”
  • Weight limit – 18 stone / 114.3kgs

 

Avon 2 Seater Sofa.  

British Design & Craftsmanship – Made in the UK.

1 Year Guarantee

Delivery details on Made to order / Made to measure 2 or 3 Seater Static Sofas available upon request.

The Avon 2 Seater Sofa has been designed and manufactured in the UK to complement our Avon fireside chair it has a traditional high, deep Button Back, extra padded arms which have chamfered front edges to help prevent irritation to the wrists when the user grips the wooden arm to get out of the chair, it also has a pocket sprung seat to retain the same level of comfort as the single Avon chair.

The Avon 2 Seater sofa also has infill sides to be in keeping with the static Avon chair offering a complete suite to suit most homes especially with limited space.  

Specification:

  • Seat height – 49.5cm / 19½’’
  • Seat width – 100.3cm / 39½’’
  • Seat depth – 47cm / 18½’’
  • Back rest height – 71.1cm / 28’’

 

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