The Corona Stool - Wool Light Pebble Grey

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  • The Corona Stool Wool / Light Pebble Grey
  • The Corona Stool Wool / Light Pebble Grey
  • The Corona Stool Wool / Light Pebble Grey
  • 8804BO-YJS30A

    The Corona Stool - Wool Light Pebble Grey

    Light Pebble Grey
    Deep Red
    Light Green
    Dark Tan
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    Delivered 14 - 18 weeks
    Upon ordering your items will be handcrafted especially for you. This takes time and expertise so we allow 4 -5 weeks for manufacture, quality assurance and packaging. 4 weeks travel to the U.K., and then there’s customs clearance and admin. It’s worth the wait!

    We now send out items where the customer is not liable for import tax or duty (not inc Norway or Switzerland) through courier network DDP (Delivery Duty Paid) This is a delivery agreement between ourselves and the courier companies, where we are obliged by contract to pay all duties and tax on import rather than the customer. This DOES NOT include Norway or Switzerland. This is easily arranged through the courier and directly with the customer for these 2 countries.

    We offer 30 day returns to our customer in most of Europe. We created this policy as part of our ongoing customer support to provide a hassle-free shopping environment, enabling customers to assess aesthetics in their living situation space.

    One of the reasons you might be shopping with us is that you recognise the superior quality of our pieces. And just as we want our furniture to be the best you can find, we want our promise to you to be equally superior. That’s why, while most furniture manufacturers only offer a 1 year warranty, we offer a 5 year warranty. Please go to warranty policy to read the full warranty policy.



    Inspired By

    Poul Volther

    Renowned for his unique and iconic Corona chair, the Danish furniture designer Poul Volther was a strong supporter of Functionalism in the modern period and drew from his deep understanding of construction as a cabinetmaker. He also taught at the Danish Design School and thus influenced hundreds of new designers with his unerring sense of form and his strict requirements for quality and functionality. He started working at the cooperative FDB, in the design studio where he eventually went on to lead the studio. His practical, craftsmanship-based ideal can clearly be seen in his iconic work. He created many armchairs and sofas that are still popular today. He died in 2001, leaving behind the legacy of his creations, which continue to be sold and styleted all over.

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