Lloyd Loom is the name given to a woven fabric and furniture that was invented by Marshall Burns Lloyd nearly 100 years ago. It has inspired generations of furniture designers associated with the art-deco period and the classic ocean-going liners. It remains timeless and its classic style of furniture continues to be very popular this day.
Lloyd Loom weave is made from twisted paper and wire and the frames are traditionally made from steam-bent beech wood. Each piece of Lloyd Loom is coloured to order which enables them to make any of their products to your specification. The furniture is renowned for its longevity and durability. Inferior models imported from the Far East, still widely available, are made on flimsy rattan frames which have neither the strength nor the longevity of real Lloyd Loom.
Genuine Lloyd Loom is still made in England at there factory in Spalding where each piece is lovingly and uniquely made by hand.
Lloyd Loom of Spalding have now been manufacturing for 25 years. In that time they have built and developed a huge range of classic and contemporary designs that can be used not only in conservatories but in mostly any room in the home along with restaurants and hotels. Lloyd Loom is known, because of the special qualities of the weave from which it is made, for its endurance and for the elegant line of the furniture.