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Wooden legs for Mycroft + Mylo


The Mycroft and Mylo upholstery ranges were launched this year during Clerkenwell Design Week and more recently a new timber leg is available as an alternative to the steel wire sled base.

The timber legs are in stained solid beech and the leg detail has been designed specifically to bring a different look and feel to the range, a softer aesthetic.

The range of low, medium and high back range of armchairs and sofas holds many opportunities to create your own style. Along with the options on bases there is the ‘bar tack’ stitch detail to the back of the chairs which can contrast or blend along with the piping that runs around the perimeter edge of the chairs. The seat pad along with the seat front and back could, if you wish, also be upholstered in contrasting fabrics or leathers.

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