Our Spring Sale is now in full swing and with offers across all of our top brands it’s the perfect time to refresh your home and look forward to entertaining family and friends in the coming warmer months.

We’ve got up to 25% off for you to enjoy both online and in-store so whether you’re looking to design a new dining space or create a comfortable family room there’s a great selection for you to choose from. So with this in mind here’s some of our top Spring Sale picks across our upholstery, dining and bedroom ranges. 

Swooping curves and laid back luxe with the Lonnie Armchair

Getting yourself a designated alone time space with an occasional chair that makes you reach for a good read is never a bad thing. With its timeless curved design evoking images of a 1930s classic Hollywood film sets and a luxurious choice of quality velvet fabrics, the Lonnie Armchair by Alexander & James is as comfortable to sit in as it is aesthetically pleasing to look at.  Pair it with the matching Fitz Footstool and you’ve got the perfect putting your feet up and relaxing partnership ready to go.

 

Create an Easy Breezy Bedroom scheme with the Avon range

With clean simple lines the Avon bedroom range features pale wood accents against the timelessness of a white making it the perfect choice for a calm and minimal bedroom ambience. The slatted headboard of the bed gives a nod to modern Scandinavian design whilst the subtle curves featured throughout the pieces ensure a softness that lends itself to serene bedtimes.

 

 

Keep it timeless in dark wood with Ercol Lugo Dining

The resurgence of dark wood is here to stay and its perfect for creating a more masculine dining scheme that exudes authority and confidence. Whether you choose to go full throttle and pair this look with a deep and darker interiors palette or keep it pale and interesting with pastel walls and textiles the Ercol Lugo Dining range in Tulip Wood with its simple elegance and understated sophistication will offer your home a timeless charm for years to come.

 

 

Written by Luke O’Neil
Head of Marketing, Ponsford