Win a FREE 1930’s Chesterfield Sofa with FREE delivery!

Imagine owning a beautifully handcrafted Chesterfield sofa; exquisite British craftsmanship and traditional, sturdy materials mixed with the contemporary flair of modern interior design sat waiting for you in your living room after a particularly long day at the office.

Well, you can stop imagining. If you’ve always lusted after the ample curves, rigid construction and simply gorgeous looks of a Chesterfield sofa but haven’t found the right moment to take the plunge then pay attention:

DesignerSofas4U are giving you the chance to WIN this FREE Ex-Display 1930’s Chesterfield Sofa with FREE delivery!

This 4 seater Ex-display fabric sofa has the iconic low curved back, smooth rolled scroll fronted arms and front border of the traditional Chesterfield sofa but it’s upholstered in a unique Olivia Gold striped velvet fabric. It’ll blend perfectly with the classic cottage and modern apartment alike.

Just look at it in all its contemporary glory: how would that look in your living room? Right at home? Yes, we thought so. So why not enter our competition? It only takes a minute, and you have nothing to loose.

Remember, terms and conditions apply – you can find them below, so have a read before you enter.

If you want to win, it’s time to get social.

You can enter in one of two ways:

  1. Head to our Facebook page and like and comment on any post about the competition.
  2. Head to our Twitter page and follow and retweet any tweet about the competition.

Terms and Conditions

Competition closes on 12th June 2015: make sure you’ve entered before this date or you won’t be considered in the final draw.

This sofa is Ex display.

There is only one sofa to be won – all entrants from both Twitter and Facebook will put together and the winner will be drawn at random.

The winner chosen is final, and the prize is the Chesterfield sofa advertised which cannot be exchanged for a different product or for the cash value.

Free delivery is for the UK only - if the winner is outside of the UK, they will be responsible for arranging export from a UK port.

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