You know what that means, right? 

Cosy nights indoors by the fire! 

There is nothing like a cosy corner with your favourite armchair, the warm glow of a lamp, and a perfectly positioned side table on which to perch your hot chocolate as you read an autumn favourite.

As the nights draw in and the temperatures begin to cool, you’re going to need a comfy chair to curl up in. At McMillan Interiors, we have an extensive range of sofas and chairs at our fingertips - from beautifully carved traditional armchairs to more casual loose-cover linen sofas.

Pictured below is our sumptuous gold-velvet wrapped deco-inspired armchair; beautifully robust and supportive. It’s the perfect occasional chair for a catch-up with a friend over drinks by the fire.

We also have our elegant high-backed armchair; graceful and supportive. It’s ideal for reading or Saturday night TV!

That’s not all…we have a range of sofas and armchairs in our showroom that we’d love to show you - all with bespoke options of fabrics, trimmings and finishing details. Something to suit both your interior and your tastes.

For more information on these chairs, and other furniture we supply, contact us using the details below.

While we’re on the topic of cosy and comfort…you can also get your home Autumn/Winter prepped with a selection of our favourite decorative accessories featured on our Online Shop - scatter cushions for comfort, table lamps to light up those dark corners, soft heavy throws to snuggle or drape over your armchair, and candles to fill your room with a stunning scent.

It’s those bits and pieces - the cushions, throws, candles, lamps, that really create a cosy, cocooning home isn’t it?

At McMillan Interiors, our services include product sourcing and fitting. We will partner with you to make the design and decorating process as simple as possible. If you have any enquires, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.


Phone: 02825990012 / 07808959212

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September 17, 2021 — Catherine McMillan

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