Upright Chairs

Alongside a large selection of riser recliner chairs you will find our upright or fireside chairs on display in our showroom.  It is always best to come in and try out the comfort of the chairs before committing to your purchase and choosing a colour.  Below you will see the Orwell style which we feature on the shop floor most of the time.  

Orwell upright chair

British Design & Craftsmanship – Made in the UK.

The Orwell is an excellent value high back chair with a soft tailored back for added lumbar support. Designed with pocket sprung seating, padded armrests and infill sides, the Orwell achieves maximum relaxation. Featuring contemporary styling and a neutral fabric selection, the Orwell will suit most room settings.

Please note colours may vary slightly from the images shown.

Orwell Size Guide:

Seat height Seat width Seat depth Arm height Back height Overall width Overall height Weight limit

One size

49.5cm / 191⁄2’’ 48.2cm / 19’’ 48.2cm / 19’’ 20.3cm / 8’’ 72.4cm / 281⁄2’’ 60.9cm / 24’’ 115.6cm / 451⁄2’’
18 stone / 114.3kgs

Orwell fireside chair

Main Features:

Soft tailored back design offering lower lumbar back support
Pocket sprung seat base for super soft comfort Exposed wooden arms for easy grip Upholstered sides with mortise and tenon joints on frame offering strength and stability Teak frame available from stock & choice of Natural or Mahogany frames on Made to order 2-Seater static sofa available on Made to order Other fabrics are available on Made to order

1 Year Guarantee

EMob Orwell Kilburn fabrics
Drive Jubilee upright chair

The traditional Jubilee Fireside Chair represents fantastic value for anyone who wants to make sitting a pleasure not a problem. Manufactured in the UK, it offers high quality and a choice of colour designs

  • Hand built hard wood frame is beautifully compact
  • Back care lumbar support and firm seat
  • Fine fillings ensure that you are nestled in comfort
  • Available in a choice of Biscuit, Crimson and Sage
Drive Jubilee fireside chair

 

 

 

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