Rochester and Canterbury sofa range from Multiyork

Multiyork-sofa-range - lets-do-diy.comIf you're looking to add a touch of elegance to your living space the new Rochester and Canterbury sofa range from Multiyork is the perfect option. Inspired by the Chesterfield sofa, the range is a modern twist on this classic design. The formal Rochester comes with two large back cushions and bolster cushions, whereas the more casual Canterbury comes with back and side scatter cushions - grand designs that will suit a multitude of homes.

Both sofas feature elegant scroll arms, neat button feet and exquisite detailing on the front face that you wouldn't expect on a sofa fitted with replaceable covers. To truly tailor the Rochester and Canterbury to your personal style, you can choose from over 10,000 fabrics, including Linwood, Jim Dickens and Sanderson.

To create a more opulent environment and make a real style statement opt for the gold and deep purple Shalazar fabric on the Rochester which will instantly inject luxury into the room. The soft Giorgette Aubergine chenille fabric on the Canterbury is both inviting and snug adding warmth and cosiness to the room.

All Multiyork sofas come with a fifteen-year frame guarantee and both the Rochester and Canterbury come with reversible cushions which can be turned over from time to time to extend the life and colour of the fabric and help maintain shape and comfort for longer.

British through and through, Multiyork is the UK's leading tailor-made sofa specialist. All Multiyork sofas are manufactured at the factory in Thetford, Norfolk and unique among furniture stores, all fabric made to order upholstery is fitted with tailored replaceable covers which makes changing the look of your sofa and room, quick and easy. With over 20 sofa styles to choose from, options for seat comfort, depth and height there is something to suit every taste and style.

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