Keep your look effortless. An elegant, up-to-date style without being over the top - works well with modern and traditional set-ups.
Cute and Compact
A stylish, comfy sofa that makes a great option for smaller spaces as it isn't too imposing. In versatile grey to blend with most looks.
Made for relaxing, with foam and fibre cushioning giving a well-supported, medium sit. In high quality, easy-to-care-for fabric.
Handmade in Britain
A sturdy and hardwearing piece. Crafted in Britain with a hardwood frame and solid wood legs in a dark stain finish.
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“ The thing I like about the Preston Collection is that if you want your sofa bed to match the rest of your seating, it's perfect. A great value option for smaller spaces.
|Get this dispatched||Within 8 - 10 weeks|
|Standard delivery price||£39.95|
|Our delivery and return policy|
|General Dimensions||Sofa - W152 x D96 x H84cm|
|Additional Dimensions||Seat Width - 103cm. Seat Depth - 56cm|
|Packaging Dimensions||155 x 98 x 78cm|
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|Legs||Solid beech - dark stain finish|
|Suspension||Seat - springs. Back - webbing|
|Filling||Foam (34kg/cbm) and fibre|
|Fabric||100% polyester - light grey|
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Questions about this product (3)
Rebecca , 26 Jan 2013
Would it be possible to get the Preston 2 seater sofa as a 3 seater as well?
Made Customer Services, 26 Jan 2013
The Preston is only available in a 2 seat version. For a similar 3 seater you might want to consider the Orson range.
Shweta, 7 Oct 2012
Are the back cushions removable? Can the covers both back and seat cushion covers be removed so I can wash or change in the future?
Made Customer Services, 7 Oct 2012
Both the seat and back cushions can be removed and the covers taken off for professional upholstery cleaning.
Clare, 24 Sep 2012
I love this Preston sofa but I need 2 very comfy armchairs to match. Can you make them?
Made Customer Services, 24 Sep 2012
We don't sell a Preston armchair, why not consider the Orson range for something in a similar style?