Size: 32″ high, 36″ x 21″
Catalogue no: A10100
Across the pond, furniture makers William Lusty & Sons purchased the patent from Lloyd and within a year, the versatile fabric began appearing everywhere. Tea rooms, hotels and restaurants were just the beginning. Lloyd Loom pieces, lightweight and water resistant, became stylish furnishings on cruise ships and ocean liners. Soon the company added Art Deco detailing, like this stainless steel framework, and continued their expansion – right into the interiors of the equally trendy Zeppelins.
In the 1940’s, when most popular, Lloyd Loom produced over one thousand different designs and Lloyd Loom was a household name.