Lovers of all-things eclectic, industrial and iconic, Where Saints Go is the home of luxury furniture. Known for their signature Wishbone Chair, the brand has recently launched a special jubilee sale, giving shoppers the chance to get their hands on a range of regal chairs, bar stools and other indulgent interior accessories.
As the nation celebrates this once-in-a-lifetime event, many are planning the perfect street party, meaning this is your chance to make the neighbours jealous of your impeccable interior style. Whether you’re serving scones on silver platters at a mad-hatter themed tea party or providing bottomless Pimms pitchers from your back garden bar, Where Saints Go have got the goods to make your celebrations extra special.
Thrones for the home
Lounge like Liz and her Corgis with comfortably plush seats. The Charlton Dining Chair is an exquisite velvet number in a choice of Midnight Blue or Turquoise, with a (happy and) glorious gold-finish metal base. Suited to contemporary spaces, these luxury dining chairs also work well in Mid-Century Modern homes thanks to the tapering legs and rich velvet upholstery. Usually priced at £129, this plush perch currently has £20 off.
Looking for something more laidback for the stylish Scandi interior? Opt for the Butterfly Accent Chair with its real hide and sumptuous leather seat. For a truly regal experience, you should also be putting your feet up on a seriously stylish velvet footstool. Uniquely versatile, the footstool is also great for doubling up as an extra seat should any unexpected guests pop up at your party!
Alternatively, if you’re decking out the home bar for this happy celebration, why not browse the range of stylish bar stools. Offering everything from conveniently collapsible Directors Chairs through to Industrial Bar Stools, this exclusive sale gives you the chance to style your space for less.
Looking to spice up the vibe of your street party? Score some interior accessories for your palace and add some intrigue to the festivities with statement busts, artificial plants or even this Roman Goddess plant pot.