Large buttoned footstool velvet fabric IBIZA02 pale crem

£248.00 £208.00



Deep buttoned footstool in velvet fabric IBIZA02 pale cream colour , ready to dispatch now by Parcel Force service.
To make this footstool we used MDF board and solid wood, a layer of Teflon, fire-resistant foam and covered in the best quality fabric which is cosy, comfortable and clean.
At purchase you can leave a message to seller to say which colour of feet you would like with your stool: beech or mahogany.
size : 90cm X 90cm X H 42cm
fabric buttons size 20 mm
feet : solid wooden turned feet natural beech colour with brass castors
fabric: pale cream IBIZA 02



This footstool was purchased on 04/09/2014 for a television program BBC2
The Great Interior Design Challenge 
   Will be presented in the BBC2 
The Great Interior Design Challenge 
The final is being filmed in Cambria next week in an exquisite Staley Home called Holme Eden Hall. Built in 1837 in the style of an early Tudor mansion for a family of cotton barons, The Dixons. It was designed by the greatest northern architect of the day, John Dobson, who was Responsible for the remodeling of the city of Newcastle upon Tyne. Holme Eden was designed as a 'calendar house' - one of only three surviving in the UK. The principle of the calendar house Is That the number of external doors, windows or panes of glass, chimneys, or staircases etc should total either 4 (the number seasons), 7 (days in a week), 12 (months in a year) , or 365 (days in a year), Holme Eden boasts 365 windows and 12 chimneys. Dobson used gilded ceilings, ornate woodwork and carved fireplaces in Holme Eden. The original building boasted a magistrate's room and 36 bed and dressing rooms. It also had stables in the basement with a tunnel running under the garden to allow carriages access to the central courtyard. 
The series is due air on BBC2 in late Autumn 2014. 
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