A unique depth and sense of luxury

A unique depth
and sense of

Beautifully soft, a 100% mixed blend wool sofa is naturally soil, stain and flame resistant. Each shade is created by individually dying the fibres and then blending these colours together giving a unique depth and a real sense of luxury.


Quintessential English comfort

A conventional handmade Chesterfield design with a difference.

To achieve a sleek, modern look, the traditional buttoned front border and decorative nails have been eliminated. The tall bun feet give the aptly named Cromwell a proud and noble appearance.


This fabric is a classic pure new wool with a billiard cloth felted finish. It is made from premium lambswool, where responsible farming provides the highest quality raw material, which is soft, clean and bright. Made using unique mélange yarns, a blend of between two and seven dyed wools, the richness of colour is unrivalled.

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The colour palette is an exciting mix of solids and mélanges across the full colour spectrum, creating a versatile fabric suitable for wide-ranging furniture applications. Over the years we've added trend colours to keep up with modern interior demands.


The Martindale test is an internationally recognised score that measures the durability of upholstery fabrics for general domestic or contract use. With a test result of 40,000 abrasions, wool is a naturally occurring fibre that has been used in textile production for centuries. It is renowned for its strength, durability and insulation properties, making it an ideal choice for upholstered furniture.

Beautiful and Sustainable

We want to make sure every aspect of the business is conducted in the most ethical of ways which is why we have joined the Positive Luxury certification programme. Positive Luxury was formed in 2011 to accelerate the migration to a new climate economy. Their globally recognised and respected Butterfly mark is awarded only to organisations that meet the highest standard of sustainability best practices across environmental, social, governance and innovation.


Is wool a good fabric for a sofa?

Wool sofas offer several advantages, including being naturally soil and stain resistant, flame retardant, and incredibly soft. Wool is also a hard-wearing fabric that can last for years, even with regular use. The unique shades created by blending different wool fibres together create a luxurious living space.

What is the best way to care for wool sofas?

The best way to care for wool sofas is by regularly vacuuming and removing any dust or dirt that has accumulated on the surface of your wool furniture. This helps prevent staining and maintain the wool’s soft and luxurious feel. Additionally, wool sofas are resistant to staining and wet cleaning, so you can clean any spills or stains by dabbing with a damp cloth and warm water.

What is the difference between a wool fabric chesterfield sofa and other types?

The key difference between wool sofas and other types of furniture is the comfort factor, as wool fibre creates an incredibly soft feel when sitting or lying on them. Additionally, wool sofas are resistant to staining and have great life-long durability, making them a practical and long-lasting investment.

Are wool sofas good for the environment?

Yes, wool sofas are a great eco-friendly choice for your living space. Wool is a renewable and biodegradable fibre meaning wool sofas are sustainable and better for the environment. Furthermore, wool sofas require less frequent cleaning than other materials which helps to reduce your water consumption and carbon footprint.  Additionally, wool is naturally flame retardant meaning it does not contain chemical fire retardants that can be hazardous to the environment.

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