The Joe Occasional armchair from Vincent Sheppard is known for its signature shape; the distinctively elegant curved back sits on slim chrome legs. It’s generous seat invites you to relax into the cushions and enjoy some time off. If you are in search of the perfect accent chair that brings you comfort, style and even a pop of colour, this is your answer.
The Joe Occasional armchair is available in 2 sizes, the larger Lounge chair and the slightly smaller Cocoon. The lounge chair includes 1 x seat cushion, 1 x large & 1 x small back cushions. The cocoon chair includes 1 seat cushion, 1 x large & 1 x medium back cushions.
Available in multiple colours, this armchair can be customised to work in any space.
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|Frame||Lloyd Loom weave|
|Base||Black powder coated steel legs|
|Cover Type||The seat & back cushions are removable|
A delivery fee applies to all purchases (per order, per location), inclusive of assembly & placement of free-standing items. Our delivery team operates from Tuesday - to Saturday every week excluding public holidays. Our delivery charges are $30 for all orders under $500 & $80 for all orders exceeding $500.
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Bespoke items - Please select carefully as these pieces are made specifically for you, they are not eligible for returns or cancellations.
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A brief history of Lloyd Loom
The fascinating history of Lloyd Loom starts in the United States of America in 1917, during the tumultuous times of the first World War. Entrepreneur Marshall Burns Lloyd, who was producing rattan baby carriages and strollers at that time, found himself confronted with a severe drop in the supply of rattan as a result of the war. As an alternative, he invented a technique in which kraft paper is twisted around a metal wire and subsequently machine-woven into large sheets. When putting the material to use in his production of baby carriages, he discovered that this new material is not only much stronger but also a lot softer and thus more comfortable than rattan. He called his invention Lloyd Loom.
Powder Coated Frame
Powder coating is a safe, dry finishing process that uses finely ground particles of pigment and resin to create a protective finish on steel frames. When applied to steel, powder coating provides a protective barrier against moisture and humidity that helps prevent corrosion and rust. It does not crack, peel, or corrode, and is easy to maintain and touch up if damaged.
Quality comes first; our products are designed and built to last.
If you follow our guidelines throughout the life of your furniture piece, you will have a product that ages gracefully and looks its best for years.
- Wipe rattan to remove dust and dirt with a dry cloth.
- Wipe metal base with damp lint-free cloth to remove any dirt or particles.
- Wipe spills immediately using a damp cloth and if needed , natural soap,
- The seat & back cushion covers are removable.
- Spot clean covers with mild soap and water solution for small stains/mark