HEAVENLY INTERIORS // scandi-style angel chairs from sloane & sons

Sloane & Sons angel chair smiling

How beautiful is this?

Not Lil Sis (although she’s also stunning, obviously), I mean this delicious duck-egg-blue angel armchair.

It’s been an entire year since we took the very first step towards our big home renovation, but an awkward plot and the resulting planning issues have meant we’re still actually waiting to start. Sigh. 

It’s all good now, as we’re finally on track to start early in the new year (crosses fingers, touches wood, whispers a prayer). But the lengthy delays haven’t prevented me from doing a little bit of preemptive shopping, because a girl’s gotta be prepared, right?

I’ve already got some gorgeous contemporary art prints, and my whimsical Portmeirion Botanic Garden tea set, and even a new family three-seater sofa ready to show off in the new house.

When I was given the chance to review a Scandi-style angel chair from SLOANE & SONS I could instantly visualise how perfect it would look in my new office (the extension will give me a dedicated workspace – the first I’ve had since I sacrificed my office for Big Sis’s bedroom nine years ago, and I can’t wait!).

I could already picture myself snuggled up on my contemporary office chair, with a blanket and my laptop, and scented candles flickering. Hygge heaven. 

Sloane & Sons angel chair full shot

Sloane & Sons angel chair tight shot

There were 12 colours to choose from; we’ve always opted for neutral shades in the house – such as white, olive and grey – so I was seriously tempted to get the bright Riva Orange armchair to spice things up a bit. But in the end I played it safe and I decided on Artemis Duck Egg, as I thought it would be more relaxing in my little workplace sanctuary.

When the chair arrived it was a simple task to fix the wooden legs, which are designed to tilt the seat of the chair into the perfect reclining position. The padded high back gives this a luxurious feel, while the curves of this classic sixties design envelop you in a couch-y cuddle. Seriously, once you sit down you won’t want to get back up again.

All those practical things aside, it looked absolutely gorgeous too (prepare to see an angel chair backdrop in many future blog photos).

The Sloane & Sons angel chair was exactly what I imagined it would be – now all I need is an actual office… #WatchThisSpace

6 Comments

  1. Hi Jacqui! You know you’re really an awesome journalist and blogger! I mean It’s so nice tho read your post! Thanks so much! God bless you!

  2. The most stunning pics and chair. N is SO beautiful! Exciting you’ll be starting the renovations soon! Can’t wait to see you all soon x

    • I literally can not wait until the renovations begin – I know it’s going to be a nightmare living here while they’re going on, but I’m just thinking of the end result… an office… loads of storage… a second bathroom… *squeals* xx

  3. Lovely chair. Can’t wait to see your home renovations. Looking forward to see your glamorous fixtures that goes with that fab chair.

    • Jeez, now the pressure’s on!!! 😉 But seriously… I literally can not wait to decorate once the building work has finished. 🙂

  4. Egg chairs not only provide a nice place to sit and relax, but also improve the ambiance and decor of the room.
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