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​Competition Winner:

By Mark wilman 2 months ago 211 Views No comments

Competition Winner:

Congratulations to our competition winner - louiseslittlecorner - with her fantastic shot from above featuring our Black Wire Chair and Hairpin Industrial Dining Chair.

Louiseslittlecorner will win one of our popular Butterfly Chairs in any colour combination worth £200!

1st Place
Louiseslittlecorner Winner Christmas 2019

We received so many fantastic entries, it was impossible to choose only one winner so we have awarded 2nd place to Steph Kiely with her perspective shot of our Hairpin Industrial Dining Chairs

2nd Place

Steph Kiely

and 3rd place to Joshue Sivarajah (@neroandme @pucksrest) with his bespoke table accessorized with our Nickel Wire Dining Chair both will receive a pack of stone coasters.

3rd Place

Joshue Sivarajah (@neroandme @pucksrest)

Thank you to everyone who entered, we have loved seeing all of the Where Saints Go products in their new homes!

We will be running another Competition in the New prizes and dates will announced Jan 2019
All the best to all our customers and a big thanks to everyone you entered the competition or who posted their images on Instagram with the #wheresaintsgo

Thank you from all at Where Saints Go Ltd

The Butterfly Chair

By Eilidh M 1 years ago 891 Views 1 comment

With a rich history, the butterfly chair dates back to 1938, when it was first designed in Buenos Aires, Argentina, by well renowned architects of the time. Over the years, little has changed when it comes to the simple and sturdy design of this classic chair, just a little tweak here and there ensures the 21st century styles reflect current trends and demand.

High in versatility and instantly recognizable, the Butterfly Chair is the perfect addition to the stylish home. Read on to discover more about the original design and how to style the Butterfly Chair in your own home…

5 Ways to Add Industrial Style to your Home

By Eilidh M 1 years ago 1334 Views No comments

The industrial trend has been increasing in popularity over the last decade. As developers and home renovators began to incorporate raw materials and leave structural elements bare to reduce costs and make the most of what was available, it quickly became apparent that this approach to architecture and interior design was in fact highly desirable and well received.