Win a stylish Semarang chair from the Fair Trade Furniture Company worth £650
The Semarang chair from The Fair Trade Furniture Company combines a strong wooden frame, made from mindi wood and hand-woven seagrass panels, finished with luxurious feather-filled cushions. The chairs are handmade from sustainably sourced natural local materials, by skilled carpenters and weavers, in Indonesia.
These chairs feel good in every sense of the word they look beautiful, feel exceptionally comfortable and you can relax in the knowledge that the craftsmen who have created these masterpieces have been paid a fair wage working in a healthy and supportive environment.
The bold and contemporary Semarang chair is part of the signature Tsantai collection from The Fair Trade Furniture Company. This feel good range includes four styles of chair all designed with bold looks and extreme comfort in mind.
All Homes & Gardens reader can now enjoy the feel good designer comfort that the Tsantai collection has to offer, by taking advantage of an exclusive 10% reader discount. Simply go to http://www.fairtradefurniture.co.uk
and quote code H&G0608. Discount offer valid until 30 June.
To win a Semarang chair, worth £650, just answer this simple question. To find the answer visit http://www.fairtradefurniture.co.uk
answer Tord Kjellstrom
The promoter of this giveaway is The Fair Trade Furniture Company. Open to readers aged over 18 who are resident in the UK, Channel Islands and Republic of Ireland, other than employees (and their families) of IPC Media Ltd, The Fair Trade Furniture Company, and their agents. Prize must be accepted as offered and is non-refundable and non-transferable. There can be no alternative awards, cash or otherwise. While every effort is made to ensure all prize details are correct at time of going on-line, Homes & Gardens cannot be held responsible for incorrect prize details supplied by sponsors. Winners must be prepared to co-operate with publicity arising as a result of winning a competition. The winner will be drawn at random after the closing date. Closing date 30 June 2008