Among the Chesterfield 3 Seater Sofa's many options is the Tweed collection from Chesterfield Leather Sofas. Any living room would be enhanced tremendously by the inclusion of this stunning sofa as its centrepiece. Backrest and armrests with piping-detailed curvature are likely to satisfy.
This three-seater sofa has enough capacity for three people, or even four if you're really crammed in! Reading or watching TV, this fabric sofa is a great location for relaxing and taking a break from your day. The strong mango wood frame of the Chesterfield couch is generously upholstered with a beautiful and long-lasting multi-tweed fabric.
The Chesterfield couch's hand-carved and twisted legs complement the look of this sumptuous fabric. Due to the Chesterfield's adaptability and versatility, it is a perfect option for a wide range of interior styles. Chesterfield couches and chairs may be purchased separately from this couch. Check out the relevant products mentioned below for further information.
This piece of furniture is part of the Chesterfield Sofas Tweed collection. We provide a large range of bedroom, dining room, and occasional pieces on our website. A list of other items from this collection may be found at the bottom of this page. To narrow your search, you may use the search box, peruse the relevant sections, or go to the Artisan Furniture manufacturer category at the top of the page.
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Sofa in 'Harris Tweed'
A 'Harris Tweed' sofa or chair is possible with Chesterfield Leather Sofas. It's possible to utilise this fabric with any of our furniture types, and it comes in a variety of colours. Several Harris Tweed products, like as Chesterfield couches and wingback chairs, may be created.
Outer Hebridean Harris Tweed is a distinctive flecked wool textile made in Scotland's Outer Hebrides. The name is so revered that it is protected by law.
If you're looking for a sofa or chair that will last for years, Harris Tweed may be the best solution.
There are two types of sheep used to produce Harris Tweed: Cheviot and Scottish Blackface. Despite the fact that most of the wool is imported from the mainland, island communities still gather in early summer to shear their own sheep and add to the mix. Combining these two types of wool allows us to take use of the best of both worlds.
The big tweed producers get a large bag of tweed wool, which is then dyed in a range of colours for use in mixes.
Using a special procedure, weigh out equal parts freshly dyed coloured and white wool and completely mix them by hand to get the desired shade. Fibers are tangled and intertwined in a sequence of mechanical serrated rollers before they are separated into a frangible thread. Then, it is spun with a twist so that it may be utilised for weaving purposes. The warp and weft materials are delivered to the weavers in the form of bobbins of spun yarn that is wound on the bobbins.
Warp threads are collected up in long chops and wrapped onto big beams in a precise sequence before being given to the weavers, together with the weft yarn.
Individual weavers utilise either an older single-width Hattersley loom for individual weaving or the double-wide Bonas-Griffith rapier for the mill weaver to weave Harris Tweeds. If a fault or break occurs during the weaving process, the weaver will fix it as they go along rather than stopping to fix the warp threads after they have been "joined."
The tweed is then returned to the mill, where it is rectified by darners in its "greasy state."
Before stamping each piece of cloth with the Orb Mark emblem, the Harris Tweed Authority, a non-profit organisation, now performs weekly inspections of the manufacturing sites where the fabric is created to ensure its authenticity.