Why Lloyd Loom Furniture Is A Worthwhile Investment

Heritage Edition Lloyd Loom Chair In Westminster Blue

When considering investing in Lloyd Loom chairs and Lloyd Loom Furniture you need to bear in mind that many pieces are still adorning peoples house that were made from the original manufacture which was in the 1920’s with some of the traditional designs the way the pieces are handcrafted has changed very little over this time so each piece is unique individual piece work much like many items of value these days.

Today’s much loved classic Lloyd Loom chairs are instantly recognisable worldwide for their classic arts and crafts look, a look that has adorned home’s and palaces throughout the world.

Many top hotels throughout the world had or still have the distinctive Lloyd Looms chairs in their lounges and orangeries giving the classic colonial look, visiting travellers to these hotels also wanted to enjoy these chairs and the colonial feel back at home in their own garden rooms and orangeries and the popularity has grown ever since.

Part of the comfort and value of purchasing a new piece of Handcrafted Lloyd Loom is its an instant classic with 100 years of history behind it. Many purchase new pieces of Lloyd Loom to remind them of days with parents or grandparents who would have had Linen baskets, Ottomans, or chairs and this adds an historic value of memories.

By investing in Lloyd Looms chairs and celebrating the traditional hand crafted construction of each individual chair the time and care that has gone in to each piece and this care reflects through to the quality and long life of the chairs.

So a Lloyd Loom chair purchased for a particular design scheme is a sensible and flexible purchase as trends in decor and colours change so a Lloyd Loom chair can be repainted and refurbished at a relative small cost to meet new design trends.

Many homes have invested in the Original designs such as the Lansdown, Tivoli, and Henley these chairs perfectly capture the essence of the Lloyd Loom style. Over the years the traditional dining chairs such as the Parabola and Pitville have now been matched with additions to the range which are slightly more contemporary chairs such as the Fairview and Cleeve and most recently the Carnaby range adding a twist of the swinging sixties to the design, however across all of the there is one clear identity they are Lloyd Loom.