Everything old is new again!

In 1907 Marshall Burms Lloyd  invented a process to weave twisted kraft paper around steel wire, thereby revolutionizing the wicker industry. Throughout the first half of the 20th century, Lloyd Loom furniture set the standard for extremely durable, comfortable and weather-resistant woven furnture.

At Form & Function, we are pleased to present the complete line of Lloyd Loom furniture for indoors and out, currently produced in Britain by Lloyd Loom of Spalding.

The outdoor range is made with stainless steel wire and a special UV-resistant material called Rehau cord, produced in Germany and rugged enough to be left outdoors year round but elegant enough to be used indoors.

The indoor range we receive “in the white”, that is without finish. This is allows us to finish your Lloyd Loom in wood stains to match your cabinetry or furniture, or in any colour from any paint manufacturer. This includes, of course, the Farrow and Ball range from England!

We invite you to click on the “Lloyd Loom of Spalding” link at the bottom of this page to see the entire design range.


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