Win a beautiful sheepskin footstool worth £199 from Baa Stool!
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Great British Life is offering a sheepskin footstool worth £199 to a lucky reader
Bring contemporary style and comfort to your living room with a handmade Baa Stool – a piece of furniture that compliments modern and period interiors and will quickly become one of the family. Baa Stool, unique and inspirational furniture designers are offering one Angharad footstool worth £199 to one lucky competition entrant in the colour of their choice.
The hardwearing, quality piece of furniture will make an eye-catching and super cosy addition to your home. Made in North Wales, each stool is hand made so that the resulting stool is unique and crafted to the highest quality.
Available in a range of stunning colours and styles, the handcrafted Baa Stools have been spotted grazing in locations around the country, from boutique hotels to glamp sites. The Angharad stool is available in the following colours: Aubergine, Baby Pink, Cerise, Chocolate, Coal Black, Cornflower Blue, Dragon Red, Ivory, Mink, Rare Breed, Slate Grey, Teal.
If you can't wait to get your hands on one, the full range is available to purchase from Great British Life online.
Great British Life is committed to supporting the heritage and future of British designers and manufacturers. Visit the shop to view thousands of products that have been designed or made in the British Isles.
Entries close on the 6th November 2015 at 8pm.
To be in with a chance of winning this amazing prize, click the link below.
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