Upholstered Footstools Made to Measure
Our beautiful upholstered footstools are elegant additions to any room. Great to use for resting your feet, as an extra seat, or even instead of a coffee table, these have been all designed to work alongside our range of luxury fabric covered sofas and upholstered armchair styles. You can choose to have your designer footstools made in any of Vanessa's fabrics and with a light, medium or dark finish on the legs. For an extra special statement footstool, choose to have your piping and/or buttons in a contrasting fabric. Due to the handmade nature of furniture products, the dimensions may vary within a tolerance of up to +/- 1.5cm.
The frames for our bespoke footstools are traditionally handmade in Gloucestershire using solid beech from managed forests. They are beautifully upholstered with the fabric of your choice and padded with foam so they're comfortable, in a small Cotswold workshop only two miles from here. Delivery is up to 10 weeks after payment (lead times are subject to fabric availability).
We have three Footstool styles to choose from to custom yours to your preference:
The Ashcroft footstool is our original, classic design. A firm coffee table stool - perfect to rest a tray of hot drinks on a cold winter's day. *Starting from £1,069 (Starting price based on one available size, covered in Plain Linen).
The Amberley footstool is our widest upholstered footstool. It comes in both rectangular & square shapes - great for filling a large floor. Starting from £1,321. (Starting prices based on the smallest sizes, with feather filled cushion).
Circular & Cube Footstools are highly versatile and are a great way to save on space. They're lightweight & quick to manoeuvre, making them easy to tuck away. But more importantly, can adapt to pretty much any room setting. Circular Pouffe - *Starting from £479 / Cube Footstool - *Starting from £419 (Starting prices based on the smallest or only available size, and covered in Plain Linen).
We do not produce any Footstools using our Harris Tweed or Scandinavian Woven fabrics, but if you are covering an item yourself, we would advise using them for light use upholstery only.
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