"I just wanted to thank you so much - we are delighted with our Idler!"
- Ursula Spaggs, Hampshire , UK - 14/06/2014
"Just a short note to say our Idler arrived all safe & well and we are absolutely delighted with it. It is truly lovely. Even Robin has overlooked what he sees as my wanton extravagance!"
- Sue Meech, Burford, Oxfordshire, UK - 11/06/2012

The Idler swing seat is the perfect antidote to today's frenzied and hurried lifestyle, truly enabling you to take it easy and while away whole afternoons doing as much or as little as you choose. It will transform your summers, literally enticing you to sit back in the garden and smell the roses in unequalled comfort and style.

"The Idler swing seat is: The Indoors - Outdoors"
 

Although the Idler swing seat is undeniably a luxury purchase, once possessed, it swiftly turns into a necessity and summer becomes unimaginable without it. It will become not just a 'fair weather' friend but a member of the family and an heirloom for the next generation.

What makes the Idler swing seat unique?

  • A true swinging garden sofa - as comfortable as any indoor furniture.
  • Handmade pocket sprung cushions with over 400 springs and no foam.
  • The sofa's frame and structure is 100% stainless steel - that's every single part unlike any other swing seat available. Our original Idler is 80 years old and still going strong.
  • All fabrics are heavy canvas and are treated to be water resistant.
  • Traditional craftsmanship and upholstery - hogs hair arm rests.
  • It doesn't mind getting wet!
"100% Stainless Steel"

Please browse around for further information about The Idler swing seat using the navigator at the top of this page. Alternatively feel free to 'contact us' and we will do our best to answer any questions you may have.

Idler swingseat swinging in the garden
An Idler in the last episode of Poirot
One of our Idlers was used in the last ever episode of Poirot all-be-it in period dress.
An Idler in the last episode of Poirot
An Idler in two episodes of P.G. Wodehouse's period comedy Blandings by the BBC.