Free Skipton Rattan and Fabric Samples.
Crisp lines, contemporary design … a compact rattan furniture range at a great price
Rattan And Teak’s Skipton range offers high quality rattan furniture for the smaller home or indoor space and will appeal to those with an eye for fresh, contemporary designs with crisp, clean lines.
Perfect for the conservatory, lounge or day room, this slightly more compact furniture comes with easy care, wipe clean, rattan woven around sturdy, hardwood frames.
The rattan is manufactured by expert Indonesian weavers, whose skills and ability to make high quality rattan furntiture, have been passed down over generations, and comes in a choice of two colours: Brown or Natural colour if you prefer, is a solid, sturdy hardwood frame.
Meanwhile the polyester, hessian style cushion fabrics, which are 100% dry cleanable, come in a choice of 2 contemporary colours: Taupe and Natural.
Try before you buy
So that you can make sure you will be happy with your online purchase, we offer free samples of the Skipton rattan and cushion cover fabrics in all colour choices, and would be happy to send these to you free of charge. Simply add this product to your basket and checkout at no cost, and we will take care of the rest.
The Skipton Furniture range has the following features
- Crisp and contemporary designs.
- Compact enough to suit any indoor space.
- Range includes sofa, armchair, footstool, coffee table and side table.
- Rattan that has been handwoven by expert crafts people in Indonesia whose skills have been are passed down over generations.
- Rattan closely woven over sturdy hardwood inner frames.
- Hardwood feet that are practical as well as aesthetically pleasing.
- Easy to clean. The rattan can be wiped down with a damp cloth.
- Cushions are 100% polyester.
- All Skipton cushions comply with UK Fire Retardant Regulations.
- The hessian style cushion covers come in a choice of two neutral shades.
- Cushion covers can be unzipped and removed and are fully dry-cleanable.
Want to know more about rattan? Are you curious to know more about where this ingenious material comes from and how it is harvested and used? Then you might like to read this fascinating article by the WWF®.