The Harris Tweed Sofa

by Christian

castelbay_sofa

Every man is the king of his own castle, and for a certain kind of emperor, there’s no more pleasant way to spend an evening than relaxing with a brandy and cigar in a drafty old house while swaddled in tweed.

Not your suit, mind you, but your chair.

Enter Harris Tweed Sofas. The name pretty much says it all. With a showroom in Lincolnshire, the furniture is made in England with genuine Harris Tweed fabric of your choice. Prices range from about $1,300 US to $2,100. Those outside the kingdom (the united one, that is) will need to inquire about overseas shipping.

mackenzie_patchwork_chair

harris_tweed_barra_chair

stornoway_sofa

taransay_sofa6

mackenzie_stool





Christian
Christian

Author


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in News

Thom Browne’s Midcentury Pad In Greenwich Village
Thom Browne’s Midcentury Pad In Greenwich Village

by Chris Hershberger

Architectural Digest has a new profile on Thom Browne’s modest (as in relatable by you and me) bachelor pad in the West Village. So modest, in fact, that there’s just a twin bed, a sure-fire way to keep you feeling...

View full article →

Sigmund Freud’s Office
Sigmund Freud’s Office

by Chris Hershberger

Recently I watched the film “A Dangerous Method,” in which Michael Fassbender portrays Carl Jung opposite Viggo Mortensen’s Sigmund Freud. There are extensive scenes set in Freud’s office, which is lined with books, modern art, and packed with figurines from...

View full article →

Scot Meacham Wood Launches Vintage Barware Collection
Scot Meacham Wood Launches Vintage Barware Collection

by Chris Hershberger

Colleague and pal Scot Meecham Wood continues to expand his tartan-trimmed empire with a new website for his design services as well as a growing variety of wares in his home collection. These wares include a wide selection of vintage...

View full article →