Content by Terence Conran (opens in new tab) now offer a bespoke tailoring service, with the furniture in its collection, made to specific sizes. The dimensions of every sofa, chaise, footstool and armchair can be easily altered to craft specific pieces that are perfectly proportioned to complement your space.
This also includes a personal upholstery service where you can specify your own fabric for all pieces in the collection.
So in addition to its own selection of gorgeous fabrics in neutral and muted hues (and choice of wood finishes for legs), you can choose to have your new sofa, armchair or footstool covered in any suitable fabric of your own choice.
Whether that's a treasured pair of curtains, or a favourite new design just launched in one of London’s top fabric houses, you can branch out with a bold print, create contrasting or clashing pieces or coordinate with existing upholstery in your home.
See these latest flamboyant fabrics. (opens in new tab)
Known for its affordable, timeless designs and good quality materials, Content by Terence Conran (opens in new tab) now enables you to create pieces you can fall in love with for the long term.
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Jacky Parker is a London-based freelance journalist and content creator, specialising in interiors, travel and food. From buying guides and real home case studies to shopping and news pages, she produces a wide range of features for national magazines and SEO content for websites
A long-time contributor to Livingetc, as a member of the team, she regularly reports on the latest trends, speaking to experts and discovering the latest tips. Jacky has also written for other publications such as Homes and Gardens, Ideal Home, Red, Grand Designs, Sunday Times Style and AD, Country Homes and Interiors and ELLE Decoration.
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