Lloyd Loom furniture was invented in the U.S.A. and has been made in Britain since 1922. The factory closed after the Second World War but reopened in 1981 in Spalding, Lincolnshire. With its reputation for comfort, strength and longevity, Lloyd Loom furniture graces many fine hotels and restaurants around the world.
In appearance the product partly resembles hand woven wicker, but Lloyd Loom furniture uses a unique process involving the weaving of twisted paper and paper covered wire. That means it can be finished in hundreds of different colours and styles. A diverse product range includes English club chairs, sofas, dining tables and chairs and since 2006 has been available in an “all weather” form. There is a wide choice of colours and fabrics.
We have in stock examples of the ABBOTT, BANFORD,BISTRO, ELLWOOD, FAIRBANK, and HADFIELD ranges.