Object of Desire: Henderson Jayne Handmade Sofas from Puglia

British designer Jayne Henderson moved to Puglia, Italy, in 2017, after renovating a 1920s villa set on seven acres of olive groves in collaboration with Remodelista favorite Andrew Trotter (see Italian Spring: A Villa in the Puglia Countryside). Henderson says she was “inspired to create my own collection showcasing what I love about Puglia,” she says. “I’m starting off with an edited collection of timeless and versatile sofas and seating, suitable for any space. The pieces are handmade in a small factory in Puglia, Italy, and are bespoke according to customers’ own specifications.”

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Above: The Ceglie Sofa has a pine and beech wood frame and is lined with high quality organic foam with down-filled cushions.
henderson jayne white sofa
Above: The organic linen cover is removable and can be dry cleaned.
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Above: A detail of the handiwork.
henderson jayne gray sofa
Above: The Orvays Sofa has a back rest and is suitable for any space.   henderson jayne bespoke linen couch

Above: A detail of the Orvays sofa.

henderson jayne puglia handmade sofas
Above: The sofas are custom made by hand in a small factory in Puglia; artisans fashion the sofa covers  using 100 percent organic linen. “We have designed the sofa and cushions to be elegant and simple, and we’ve specifically chosen neutral colors, to suit any contemporary or historical space,” Henderson says.

For more sofa ideas, see:

10 Easy Pieces: The Perfect White Sofa, Updated Edition

10 Easy Pieces: Architect-Designed Sofas

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