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Lloyd Loom Graces Castle Howard

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Lloyd Loom Graces Castle Howard

We at Maycroft are delighted to have helped the fabulous Castle Howard of North Yorkshire with their new Lloyd Loom - Their newly refurbished Fitzroy Restaurant has been transformed with Piranesi prints, Farrow & Ball Card Room Green and our beautiful Bistro Lloyd Loom dining chairs. Unsurprisingly, the Bistro is Britain's most popular Lloyd Loom dining chair as is seen and loved in many restaurants, cafés and hotels across the UK. Find our Bistro chairs featured at Castle Howard here; Bistro Lloyd Loom Dining Chairs

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Spring Has Sprung

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Spring Has Sprung

 The sun is out, the birds are singing and the days are getting longer, which means we’re looking forward to evenings and weekends sitting out in the garden enjoying the great British Summer! The arrival of Spring also means that we are now taking orders for our beautiful and much loved Outdoor Lloyd Loom. Not only is our outdoor Lloyd Loom perfect for bringing a touch of classic elegance to your garden or outdoor space, but it is truly weather resistant, meaning that it can be left outdoors all year round… Even in the not so lovely weather! We...

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Happy Birthday To Maycroft!

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Happy Birthday To Maycroft!

2017 is landmark year for Maycroft. It is 21 years since the Maycroft Furnishings Showroom in Gomersal, West Yorkshire, first started to sell Lloyd Loom furniture. The business has now grown into the largest retailer of Lloyd Loom furniture in the UK. This is a major achievement for a small company and the success can be put down to the specialist knowledge of the Lloyd Loom products and the professional customer contact team of Kristina and Lisa.

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Here’s To 100 Years Of Lloyd Loom…

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Here’s To 100 Years Of Lloyd Loom…

In 1917, Marshall Burns Lloyd patented a process involving the weaving together of twisted paper in a horizontal format and vertical strands of wire coated with paper. The product became known Worldwide as “Lloyd Loom”. The early use of the woven material was to make baby carriages – an example of a 1922  children's baby carriage can be seen at Maycroft’s Gomersal Showroom. It was not until 1920 that the weave was used to make furniture. It was in 1922 that Lloyd Loom furniture was first manufactured in the UK. The classic styles took off rapidly and Lloyd Loom linen baskets...

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Introducing Our New Look…

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Introducing Our New Look…

Take a look at Maycroft Lloyd Loom Centre’s new website (www.lloydloom-uk.co.uk). Still showing the full range of new Lloyd Loom furniture across all categories, but now including a new e-shop option for stock furniture. The e-shop also has a section for refurbished vintage and modern Lloyd Loom pieces, professionally restored by Maycroft’s own team of experts. However, for most of our clients, the need to discuss their options when buying new furniture is very important in helping to make decisions regarding colours and fabrics. So please be assured that we will be maintaining our Showroom based Customer Service team of...

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