Fabric Armchairs

Fabric Armchairs

A brilliant addition to the living room, bedroom or hallway, our beautiful fabric armchairs come in all shapes and colours.

Whether you are looking for a snuggly velvet armchair or a cosy slipper chair, you are guaranteed to find the right one for you.

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  1. Kate Armchair
    Kate Armchair

    Was £449 Sale £336

  2. Grosvenor Armchair
    Grosvenor Armchair

    Was £589 Sale £439

  3. Giles Armchair
    Giles Armchair

    Was £399 Sale £299

  4. Richmond Armchair
    Richmond Armchair

    Was £509 Sale £379

  5. Mia Armchair
    Mia Armchair

    Was £539 Sale £399

  6. Chelsea Slipper Chair
    Chelsea Slipper Chair

    Was £559 Sale £419

  7. Poppy Companion Chair
    Poppy Companion Chair

    Was £379 Sale £284

  8. Ludlow Armchair
    Ludlow Armchair

    Was £439 Sale £329

  9. Woburn Armchair
    Woburn Armchair

    Was £429 Sale £319

  10. Jacob Armchair
    Jacob Armchair

    Was £359 Sale £269

  11. Elton Single Unit
    Elton Single Unit

    Was £309 Sale £229

  12. Louis Armchair
    Louis Armchair

    Was £629 Sale £469

  13. Noah Armchair
    Noah Armchair

    Was £469 Sale £351

  14. Megan Velvet Armchair
    Megan Velvet Armchair

    Was £599 Sale £449

  15. Grosvenor Slipper Chair
    Grosvenor Slipper Chair

    Was £499 Sale £369

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Our fabric armchairs don’t just look and feel good. They’re also built to last, made in the UK and come with a 5 year frame guarantee. So whether you choose traditional wool or modern linen, you can rest assured that your new armchair will give you many years of comfortable enjoyment.

Our fabric armchair range has been designed to perfectly complement our sofas but they are also ideal as stand-alone pieces around the home. This is where armchairs can really come to life as bold statement pieces in interesting stripes and patterns. For the hallway or bedroom be daring and choose bright colours and patterns to make a real style statement. And for the living room why not consider a coordinating patterned fabric to complement a plain sofa?