Putting the 'Distinctive' in Distinctive Chesterfields...
Chesterfields by their very nature are unique, but what makes our chesterfields Distinctive?
- We partner with only the very best suppliers – Moon’s Wool and British Velvets, to name just two – to bring you the ultimate in British craftsmanship
- Put together by time-served craftsmen in our Honley workshop, each and every piece of furniture undergoes careful inspection via workshop manager, Tom. Only then, will he emblazon your chosen piece with a handcrafted Distinctive Chesterfields plaque
- We make use of the highest quality, solid beech frames, adding Wade coil springs and hand-selected Italian hides
By now you might be wondering how our chesterfields are constructed. Of course, our products are far greater than the sum of their parts; it’s the attention to detail which really goes towards making ours truly Distinctive furniture. In the meantime, though, please take a look at the unique ‘ingredients’ that make up each and every piece:
- Solid Beech Frame – Providing the basis for your new piece of furniture, our solid beech frames are glued, screwed and double-dowelled. It’s a much stronger process than the kind most furniture undergoes, and ensures a durable product you can enjoy for years.
- High Quality Springs – Sheffield made for strength and endurance, all our seat bases, back and arms are all fully sprung for the upmost in quality and comfort. You can look to upgrade to an even greater layer on comfort with a fully coiled seat base if you prefer to really get the best comfort out of your sofa.
- Reflex Foam, Feather Topped Cushions – Amongst our range of cushion fillings, we can offer a reflex foam with a feather top, for a firm yet comfortable seat.
- Hand-selected Italian Leather Hides – We offer a huge selection of hand-selected, high quality Italian leather hides to ensure your sofa is as traditional, luxurious and long-lasting.
- Handcrafted Selection of Fine English Cloths – Should you want to opt for fabric over leather, we offer a fine selection of English cloths from some of the best British manufacturers.