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FurnitureEtc’s finest armchairs …
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With their curvy lines and splayed legs, this contemporary grey armchair by iconic British designer Terence Conran for M&S comes in a pair and will make a cool addition to modern living rooms. The velvety seat cushion adds an element of glamour too.
This classic 50s armchair has mid century written all over it. Upholstered in Scion fabric to add a contemporary spin, the injection of colour and pattern will look great against neutral walls and a pale grey carpet.
Low, snug and the perfect place to curl up in with the Sunday paper, this curvy armchair with double buttoned seat back and upholstered in Donegal wool blends traditional and modern styles seamlessly.
Orange is one juicy trend at the moment and this 1960s Guy Rogers armchair with a sleek teak frame will add a pop of colour to mid century and modern interiors.
Looking to recreate that sumptuous style of Mad Men? If you’re not up for trawling car boot sales for missed gems, these reupholstered armchairs in pewter grey will soothe those mid century urges. Go on, grab a book and curl up.