The Paxhill


A solid beech framed chair, with a very comfortable supporting back which envelops the occupant.

Paxhill House was built in 1595 for the Borde family. Several well-known individuals have visited Paxhill, amongst them King George VI, who inspected the Canadian troops staying there, and gave them their D-Day marching orders.
Materials used

Frame made from certified sustainable kiln dried hardwood.

Finished in semi matt polyurethane lacquer.
Craft notes

This dining chair was created to meet the brief of being able to be compact but also not compromise on comfort.

The polished timber sides prevents over-handling of the seat pad.

This design can be value engineered to suit your preferred style, dimensions and budget.

Made by hand in our West Sussex workshop.