The design of the Katzic sofa is based on a sofa Max bought in a Manor House in Lancashire which dates from 1790. The pictured sofa includes a bolster cushion and is made with painted tapered legs (can be painted in a choice of colours) finished with flush square cup casters with leather wheels. The frame is made traditionally using only solid beech and all the joints are mortice and tenon. This sofa is webbed and upholstered using traditional methods and has a hair wrap seat. Fabric, finish and dimensions can all be adjusted according to client's requirements. Please enquire for details.
Requires 11m fabric (plain and standard width). Price exclusive of fabric, but includes upholstery costs.