A closer look at Lottie
Lottie’s a sofa for people who like the button detail and the sense of heritage that comes with a Chesterfield sofa, but are after something more streamlined, whether that’s in terms of looks or size (or both). And because of its buttons and tufts, it’s also a piece that’ll add another layer of texture to your room – it’s the combination of different textures, colours and lighting that come together to make your space feel well-designed and welcoming.
The Lottie Collection comes in the standard fabric Pale Oat with Pale Oak legs (Main Picture)
Width: 220 cm Depth: 90 cm Height: 80 cm
Seat height: 48 cm
Arm height: 68 cm
Seat width: 184 cm
Seat depth: 57 cm
Neptune Code: LOT-SOF4-HRYTR-DO
Fabric composition: 100% Linen
Design & engineering:
We build our frames as pieces of furniture in their own right, using solid timber and proper joinery over cardboard sections and staples. And we’ve secured the back legs into each frame with finger joints to make them as strong and long-lasting as possible.
What’s special about Lottie is that there are a few different layers of foam in its cushions, as well as feather, down and fibre: a firmer, supportive foam at the centre, and softer layers on either side. It means that you’ll sink in when you sit down, but not so much you’re swallowed up by it.
Some people like to sit with a scatter cushion behind them, and some don’t. Some like to slouch and some like to sit upright. Lottie can do both. It’s deep enough so you can lounge on it or fill it with cushions and still have room to sit, but not so deep that you’re leaning too far to reach the backrest when your feet are on the floor.
A sofa to sit in, not on
There aren’t many people who like to feel that they’re perched on their sofa. Lift up Lottie’s seat cushions and you’ll notice a bulge underneath at the front of the frame. It’s there to give you support where you need it – under your knees – and angle the cushion so you lean back, not feel as if you’re falling forwards. It also helps stop the cushions from sliding out.
Lottie’s an update on our Charlotte sofa: a design that had been in our collection for a while, but was due a refresh. On first glance, not much has changed, but look closer and you’ll see more buttons, for even more texture. And that the backrest and feet are a bit neater, a bit more refined. And that we thought long and hard about how you’ll use it, to make it even comfier.