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New Product Design : Egton Lloyd loom Armchair

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New Product Design : Egton Lloyd loom Armchair

We are in love with our new Egton armchair full of  beautiful modern curves with the use of traditional Lloyd loom weave. It is amazingly comfortable to sit in. Would look fantastic in any cosy corner or to truly appreciate its curved back would look great in any open plan setting. Available in our full range of standard colour options and wide range of fabrics. See our armchair section for further details.

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Happy New Year From Maycroft Lloyd Loom!

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Happy New Year From Maycroft Lloyd Loom!

Happy New Year from everyone at Maycroft Lloyd Loom! We would like to thank our fabulous customers for their continued support throughout 2017, we hope that 2018 is a truly fantastic year for you all. We would also like to announce the return of our Winter Sale, offering 15% off RRP on our genuine, British made Lloyd Loom furniture. As always, if you have any queries at all, please feel free to call us on 01274 296869 and we will be happy to help!

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How To Identify Lloyd Loom Furniture?

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How To Identify Lloyd Loom Furniture?

Have you stumbled across a piece of woven furniture in your garage, in an antiques shop, or even inherited a much-loved item from a family member? If you’re wondering; “is this Lloyd Loom?”, we’ve created a guide to help you to look for clues… What is Lloyd Loom?Lloyd Loom weave is a machine woven material consisting of tightly twisted kraft paper, reinforced by paper wrapped vertical strands containing a steel wire core. The weave is woven in a continuous piece on the loom and is then cut and nailed onto a frame. Classically, a solid beech bentwood frame is used...

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Lloyd Loom at The Great British Menu, Wimbledon

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Lloyd Loom at The Great British Menu, Wimbledon

On Friday, our outdoor Lloyd Loom Bantam dining chairs were featured on the penultimate episode of the Great British Menu set at Wimbledon to celebrate 140 years of Wimbledon championships. Special guests of the banquet included Tim Henman and Judy Murray and saw Pip, Tommy, Michael and Selin make their way through to the final thanks to their fabulous food. Sadly, the weather didn't turn out as planned for the al fresco dining, but the Bantams looked just as beautiful after being taken indoors.You can find your very own Bantam outdoor dining chairs for a spot of al fresco Summer...

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The Difference Between Single Weave & Double Weave Lloyd Loom Chairs?

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The Difference Between Single Weave & Double Weave Lloyd Loom Chairs?

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a single weave and a double weave back feature on a Lloyd Loom dining chair? We have created a guide to answer this very question for you! Single Weave Back A single weave back features only one 'skin' of Loom weave to the front of the chair (this would be where your back would rest against), leaving the back of the chair open to show off the solid beech bentwood frame. A well known example of single weave Lloyd Loom chairs are the Bistro dining chairs featured in Betty's Tearooms in Harrogate and York...

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