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Our Lodsworth Sofa Set

03 May 2016

Lodsworth Sofa Set at Garden TradingAnother gorgeous option in our Outdoor Sofa Set collection, the Lodsworth Corner Sofa Set brings comfort and elegance to your garden.


As with all of our Outdoor Furniture, it has been designed to survive all the different weather a Great British Summer can throw at it, while still retaining classic style that you’ll fall (and stay!) in love with.


Lodsworth is a charming village in the Sussex Downs near Cowdray Polo grounds, and this decadent corner sofa felt more in tune with this this name than a coastal one. The plaited weave is a new design, and crafted from PE Rattan to ensure that it is totally weatherproof.


Made up of modular units which can be easily fitted together to create an L shaped sofa, a footstool and glass topped coffee table, this versatile set makes entertaining in the garden as simple as can be. Even better, our two-man delivery team will take care of all the lifting and packaging for a totally stress-free set-up.


The set is finished with shower-proof linen-look cushions in our smart Charcoal colour, and there’s even one for the footstool so you can really put your feet up!


Whether you want to sink in with a book and a coffee or enjoy a cosy chat with friends, this set lets you relax outside in just as much comfort as you enjoy in your living room.


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