Tetrad

Tetrad and Harris Tweed - "a match made in heaven" - or at least in Great Britain!

Both Tetrad and Harris Tweed are about quality, style and heritage - and together they deliver superbly comfortable sofas and chairs. Harris Tweed is the fabric of choice for many leading designers as well as their most discerning clients.

The collection incorporates elegant shapes with stunning Harris Tweed fabric. The range is based on classic designs that are timeless in their style, so if you demand quality sofas and chairs in a sumptuous fabric- the Harris Tweed collection is what you have been waiting for!

When you buy Tetrad and Harris Tweed you are guaranteed the best, safe in the knowledge that your furniture has been manufactured in Great Britain.

We here at Nine to Eleven are very happy to be new stockists for this furniture. We do have a selection in store for you to look at and we are also able to order pieces in for you.

Below is the collection.


BOWMORE CHAIR

BOWMORE SOFA

BOWMORE FOOTSTOOL


BRAEMAR CHAIR

BRAEMAR SOFA 


CARLOWAY SOFA

CARLOWAY CHAIR

CASTLEBAY SOFA

CASTLEBAY FOOTSTOOL

MONTROSE SOFA

STORNOWAY SOFA

STORNOWAY CHAIR

MONTROSE STORNOWAY FOOTSTOOL

TARANSAY SOFA

TARANSAY CHAIRS

TARANSAY FOOTSTOOLS

MACKENZIE CHAIR

MACKENZIE FOOTSTOOL

CALVAY CHAIR

DUNMORE CHAIR

RAMSAY CHAIRS

PUMPKIN STOOLS

ERISKAY BED

The Harris Tweed Story

From time immemorial, the inhabitants of the Outer Hebrides of Scotland have woven a beautiful and intricate cloth the world knows simply as Harris Tweed. The Islanders produce this luxury cloth entirely by hand and have long been known for the excellence of their weaving.

With the tweed gaining in popularity it soon became clear that steps would have to be taken to protect the good name of Harris Tweed for imitations seeking to cash in on the islands' success story. A new trademark - the well known Harris Tweed Orb and Maltese Cross with the words Harris Tweed underneath - was developed and approved in 1910.

Over the decades Harris Tweed was embraced by the world. From Royalty and landed gentry to Hollywood icons and the finest designers of couture, the fabric became a wardrobe staple, a must have item for discerning customers across the globe.

This was further consolidated when the Harris Tweed Authority was created in 1993 by an Act of Parliament. Thus the definition of Harris Tweed became statutory and forever tied the cloth to the Islands.
Harris Tweed remains truly of its time, a cloth that rises above fad and fashion. As age-old skills are passed on from one generation to the next, the beloved cloth will always be made by local artisans in one of the most remote places in the world, to the same exacting standards and forever meeting the needs of customers across the world who seek a luxury fabric, longevity and value, style and timeless quality.



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