Del­cor

The Bri­tish com­pany has been de­sign­ing and hand­craft­ing so­fas and chairs in its Northum­brian work­shop since 1967

Homes and Antiques Magazine - - JOURNAL -

Del­cor guar­an­tees the hard­wood frame on each of its so­fas and chairs for 50 years. That’s half a cen­tury of sit­ting, loung­ing, re­clin­ing and snooz­ing. Hav­ing cel­e­brated its 50th birth­day in May this year, Del­cor’s highly skilled team of crafts­men and up­hol­ster­ers has been at the fore­front of the Bri­tish fur­ni­ture mar­ket since 1967; cre­at­ing beau­ti­fully up­hol­stered prod­ucts that are de­signed to last a life­time. All of the tim­ber is hand-se­lected and cut at the com­pany’s sawmill in Northum­ber­land. This means that noth­ing is o the peg and ev­ery­thing can be cus­tomised, whether you want a deeper seat, higher back or wider arm. Which­ever fab­ric you’ve cho­sen, each piece is up­hol­stered by hand. There’s also a re­fur­bish­ment ser­vice on o er, where any Del­cor sofa can be stripped down and re­stored to its orig­i­nal splen­dour. * 0191 237 1303; del­cor.co.uk

TOP ‘Ri­d­ley’ sofa, from £1,841 and ‘Max­imus’ stool, from £486 ABOVE RIGHT A Del­cor up­hol­sterer at work RIGHT ‘Natasha’ bed, from £1,467 BE­LOW ‘Monaco’ sofa in ‘Soft Jardin Exo’Chic’ in ‘Rainette’ by Chris­tian Lacroix, £ 3,801

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