Content by Terence Conrannow offer a bespoke tailoring service, with the furniture in its collection, made to specific sizes.
Everything is made-to-measure and completely bespoke. The dimensions of every sofa, chaise, footstool and armchair can be easily altered to craft specific pieces that are perfectly proportioned to complement your space.
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This also includes a personal upholstery service where you can specify your own fabric for all pieces in the collection.
So in addition to its own selection of gorgeous fabrics in neutral and muted hues (and choice of wood finishes for legs), you can choose to have your new sofa, armchair or footstool covered in any suitable fabric of your own choice.
Whether that's a treasured pair of curtains, or a favourite new design just launched in one of London’s top fabric houses, you can branch out with a bold print, create contrasting or clashing pieces or coordinate with existing upholstery in your home.
Known for its affordable, timeless designs and good quality materials, Content by Terence Conrannow enables you to create pieces you can fall in love with for the long term. After all, 'the the happiest homes are filled with the things you love,' says Terrance Conran.
Content by Terence Conran was established in 2003 by Sir Terence Conran, founder of Habitat and the Conran Shop. It is a relaxed and informal range of British furniture for contemporary living, designed by Terence and his team.
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