New sofas from Loaf celebrate British design

Introduce a focal point to your living space with one of Loaf's latest on-trend designs — each made in the UK

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 Handmade comfort doesn’t come much better than the aptly named Pudding Sofa, starting at £1,195; just looking at it makes you feel relaxed

Loaf’s newest range of great-value, handmade sofas is the latest in its collection of stylish furniture designs celebrating homegrown production values and traditional craftmanship. With a focus on championing British designers and industy, each piece is made in Long Eaton, Derbyshire, a town traditionally centred around furniture manufacturing. Owned and run by two brothers, who are the sons of the original owners, the small team have designed the latest collection with comfort and long-lasting style in mind.

Choosing a style to suit your home is easy with more than 120 cottons, wools and velvets from renowned suppliers such as Designers Guild, Romo and Ian Mankin, as well as the in-house palettes. Plus, there’s a customising service, allowing you to choose the style and fabric of your sofa.

Atticus, from the new range, comes in three sofa sizes, as well as a corner and chaise longue option — and there’s a matching armchair and loveseat too. The seat and back cushions are feather-filled for extra comfort and the sturdy frame is made from solid beech.

Which style is your favourite?

View the whole range on Loaf’s website.