Furniture retailer Made.com’s unique approach brings makers and customers closer together. These five armchairs exhibit the fruits of the Made philosophy
Made.com work directly with manufacturers and designers to place orders for furniture pieces en masse. The strategy supports emerging designers while saving costs for the end specifier or customer. Collected here are five bold armchairs showing off the craftsmanship and contemporary design that has come to define Made.com.
A 1960s inspired chair with wingback and angled, solid wood legs. The button detail adds structure to the back of the chair while the high back provides comfortable support.
Designed by award-winning, UK designer James Harrison, the Jonah is made in England, utilising a high standard of upholstery. The curved back design together with its angled legs went through many iterations in development to create a clean, contemporary look.
Created by another award-winning designer, Tim Fenby, the Redford is unashamedly designed for curling up on. Based on feedback from customers, the designers made the Redford’s cushioning exceptionally deep. As a result it took two months for the British manufacturers, working closely with Fenby, to resolve the frame. Originally only available in dark grey, Made.com recently launched a bold pink which has been a big hit with customers.
A bold and modern take on Art Deco, the Moon chair is incredibly light weight due to its fibreglass design. Created by Hong Kong designer Mike To, the Moon blurs the line between seating and sculpture.
The premium leather on the Scott is incredibly soft with a hand-rubbed finish, adding to its vintage feel. It’s a classic piece that will last a lifetime and improve with age.