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As you can see their mark for high


be invited back to the Wimbledon players lounge you’ll be sitting on Springvale furniture. With these quality levels and the


relationships Springvale maintains with their customers through fi rst rate and highly personal customer service and after sales, it’s not surprising that many customers keep coming back for more Springvale furniture. Every piece is made to order and signed by the upholsterer as a mark of their quality, there is also a Springvale plaque to show how proud and confi dent Springvale are of their craftsmanship. If that isn’t enough they offer a ten year construction guarantee with every item.


quality has paid off and Springvale Leather are getting ready to celebrate their twenty-fi fth anniversary in February next year with their new leather and fabric designer range. The designer range consists of three new models. The Eleanor chesterfi eld which is in a class of its own, this is available in Metallic Silver or Gold leather and is a truly amazing piece of furniture. The unusual arm shape adds a touch of early 19th century elegance and as the arms are fully sprung this model brings softness and comfort that cannot be found in any other chesterfi eld. The back is also fully sprung using tried and tested methods ensuring you will have the ultimate comfort in chesterfi eld design. The Eleanor will be available in a wide range of sizes from a 4 seater to a 2 seater as well as a low chair available in this range. The second model in their designer


range is the Leona model, showing off Springvale’s newest range of designer fabric. The Leona is an exciting fusion of traditional and modern. The show piece for the Leona is in bright pink sparkly fabric however it is also available in Aubergine, Berry, Caramel, Chocolate, Cream, Espresso, Jet, Lime, Mocha, Peacock, Pewter, Polar, Red and Stone sparkly fabric ensuring this piece fi ts in to every


home. The Leona in the sparkly fabric is by far one of the warmest most impressive chesterfi elds you will fi nd. This model will also be available in sizes from a 4 seater to a 2 seater and a chair. The last model Springvale has created


to celebrate their twenty-fi ve years is the Brogan which is an understated elegant chesterfi eld with a twist. This model is available in a wide range of leather colours from bright orange leather to a simple classic white leather. This model will be available in sizes ranging from a 4 seater to a 2 seater and a chair. Springvale are also currently manufacturing a new twenty-fi fth anniversary model which Peter and Donna are both very excited about. Up to now they are not giving any clues as to what the model will be. All we can say is ‘be prepared for something spectacular’.


For more information on Springvale’s impressive range of high quality traditional and contemporary furniture visit their website www.springvaleleather.co.uk or call one of their customer service team on 01706 225005. You can also request to be added on to the mailing list and receive any sales and new products they add as well as an invitation to help them celebrate their twenty-fi fth anniversary next year!


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