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A Rum Fellow Ashbourne Sofa - Motagua & Mayula Brocade

Ashbourne Sofa - Motagua & Mayula Brocade
£3,787.00

A Rum Fellow Ashbourne Sofa - Motagua & Mayula Brocade

Ashbourne Sofa - Motagua & Mayula Brocade
£3,787.00
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Description

Our classic 2 seater sofa redesigned with an elongated seat back. Handcrafted and skilfully upholstered in England. The frame is solid beech wood.

Upholstered in a combination of our Motagua and Mayula brocade fabric. Each meticulous brocade panel takes a weaver 1 month to achieve. We work with a Maya weaving cooperative in Guatemala to create these works of art on cloth.

Delivery Information

Free UK Delivery For Orders Over £100

Cushions 10-14 working days delivery

Furniture 10-12 weeks delivery

Rugs 10-18 weeks delivery

Dimensions

W68cm x D78cm x H103cm x SH42cm

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When you are ordering a new item of furniture please remember to make sure it fits into your home. Here are a few handy tips to make sure all goes swimmingly with your new delivery.

Measuring for your new furniture

  • Decide exactly where you would like to place your furniture.
  • Measure the area where you want to place your furniture.
  • Sketch a rough plan including dimensions to help you visualise how it will fit into your room.
  • Note the width, height, and depth of the product you want to order, allowing a few inches for tolerance.

Remember to check your access

  • Ensure all widths and diagonal depths of your new furniture measure less than the dimensions of your homes entry points e.g. doorways, side gates, hallways and stairways.
  • If your existing furniture came in easily, compare the measurements with the model you want to replace it with.
  • The diagonal height should be less than the entryway you are planning to use.
  • Take into account objects such as banisters and turns, radiators and light fittings.