The Lola Brother, designed by Susan Denham, is part of the exclusive Lola range.
April 12th, 2010
The Lola Brother is a distinguished contemporary piece that strikes a fabulous pose whether it is on its own or with friends.
Inspired by 1920’s elegance while still maintaining the sass and bold form of today, the Brother brings a touch of panache to its environment.
The Brother is suitable in both commercial and residential settings. It is made for those who like to lounge around and also those that revel in a more formal environment.
The Brother, as opposed to the rest of the Lola family, is a high-back chair that appeals to those who are eager to reside in a piece that combines masculine tones with new-age ideas.
The largest and most commanding of the Lola range, the Brother will undoubtedly become a favourite of yours as well.
Complimented by a range of chairs that bridge the gap between traditional and contemporary attitudes, the Lola Brother and its family are a gorgeous accompaniment to your brief.
Lending themselves to compliment almost any material, the possibilities with the Lola family are almost endless.
Comax are a custom manufacturer that allow you to envisage the Brother with whatever motif you feel would suit your brief; this could be with buttons or without.
Traditionally the Lola range all sit on Victorian Ash timber bases, stained to the client’s specifications.
Standard on the Lola range is buttoning, however this can be left out at the client’s discretion.
Lola looks fabulous in leather or velvet, but the choice of upholstery material is completely up to the client. Samples of all the options are available at our showroom.
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