New furniture range from The Sleep Room

Snap up a stylish sofa or armchair from the online store

Online bed company The Sleep Room is stepping out of the bedroom and extending its range to include over 25 new sofas and armchairs.

With solid beech frames, plump feather cushions and weathered oak legs, The Sleep Room hasn’t cut any corners in creating a gorgeous range of living room furniture that’s ultra-comfy and uber-stylish.

Each piece is hand-made in the UK and there are over 20 different fabric options to choose from including brushed cottons, vintage-style linens, velvets and wool. The easy-to-live-with natural shades look stunning teamed with bright soft furnishings and statement rugs.

Armchairs start from £695 and sofas from £995. Check out the collection in the online store from May 1 or take a peek inside the company’s showroom in London’s Notting Hill.

In line with the expansion of the company’s homeware offerings to include products for all over the house, The Sleep Room will be changing its name to Loaf in October 2012.

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