In the following conditions, the “Seller” means Inside Job by Lellow Limited, and the “Buyer” means the

person buying the product from the “Seller”. These conditions shall apply to all contracts unless expressly

varied in writing by the seller. Any inconsistencies to the seller’s terms, offered on behalf of the buyer

shall be assumed to be void unless accepted by the seller, in writing. Payment of deposit, or email

confirmation is deemed to be acceptance of the contract as set out in these terms and conditions.


1. Quotations, going ahead with orders

Orders will be accepted and dealt with by payment made upon Quotations. Quotations invoices are valid

for 30 days, goods should be quoted after that time, if still required.


2. Payment

a) A 50% deposit is required before the order can be processed. Full balance must be paid in cleared

funds 3 working days prior to the scheduled delivery or collection date.

 b) Payment is preferred by bank transfer to the following account:

    Account Name: INSIDE JOB BY LELLOW LTD | S/C: 40 - 06 - 23 | Account: 01600559

 c) Orders for export outside the EU require proof of shipment, which is the buyer's responsibility to

provide to the seller. VAT will be refunded to the buyer once proof of shipment is received.


 3. Delivery and Collection

a) Any delivery or collection date quoted is a genuine estimate and shall not be legally binding on the

Seller. Scheduled deliveries will be rescheduled if the buyer fails to meet the payment terms under point 2.

b) Time of delivery or collection shall not be the essence of the contract. The seller will not be liable for

any direct or indirect loss of profits or other financial loss or damage suffered by the buyer through any

delay due to unforeseen circumstances outside of the control of the Seller

or delay due to any rescheduling of delivery or collection.

c) In the event of the seller being unable to supply goods subsequently to receiving an order, the seller

shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential losses arising. This includes pure economic loss, loss

of profits, loss of business, depletion of goodwill and similar loss, costs, damages, charges or expenses

caused directly or indirectly.

d) It is the Buyers responsibility to ensure items purchased can fit through internal and external access

points including any passages, stairwells, landings and doorways on the way to the destination room. The

seller holds no liability for items not fitting in the premises and any rework or restocking fees will be

payable by the buyer prior to final delivery.

e) For delivery purposes the seller can manufacture furniture for assembly on site in case there is restricted

access to the buyer’s premises. It is vital however that the buyer gives the seller this information when

placing the order as later changes to the design will be charged.

f) Every effort will be made to ensure that the goods ordered by the buyer arrive undamaged and without

defect. Upon delivery or collection, the buyer must sign the delivery/collection note. It is the buyer’s

responsibility to check the items to ensure the goods delivered or collected are as ordered, the correct

quantity and that they are of satisfactory quality. In the event of any discrepancy whatsoever, the buyer

must notify the seller immediately upon delivery or collection by writing the discrepancy on the delivery

note. Unfortunately writing “unexamined” or “unchecked” will not be acceptable. If the item is damaged

please retain the packaging. All claims for loss or damage must be made before the end of the next

working day. In all events the limits of liability for any fault or defect shall not exceed the purchase price

of the item.

g) Our delivery team will unpack your furniture for an additional charge, install it in the room of your

choice and if you wish we will remove all packing materials from your home and recycle wherever

possible. We are not able to take away your old furniture. Our standard delivery will be to the ground

floor, you must advise if you wish to add on the additional cost for ‘in place’ delivery.

h) If the seller is unable, for whatever reason, to deliver the goods on the confirmed delivery date, the

seller reserves the right to charge the buyer further for any subsequent deliveries.


4. Returns

a) Other than all made to order items including bespoke, standard bespoke or special orders, the buyer is

able to return stock items for exchange or credit note within 14 days of delivery/collection provided the

goods are properly packed and returned in the same unused condition supplied. Damaged goods cannot

be accepted.

b) Returned items will be subject to restocking fees detailed in section 9.

c) Mattresses that have been removed from the original packaging cannot be returned.

d) The seller will only pay the cost of return carriage where the goods are deemed faulty or supplied in


e) If the buyer returns the goods and upon examination the seller finds that there is a discrepancy in the

reason for return, then the seller reserves the right to refuse the credit.

f) The seller reserves the right of discretion, to accept/or refuse the return of any goods supplied.

g) Refunds, exchanges or credit notes are not available for items sold on a promotional sale, special offer,

bespoke items or items that are stated as “sold as seen”.

h) If a fault is discovered after the goods have been exported out of the UK by the buyer, it is the buyer's

responsibility to return the goods to the UK at the buyers cost for inspection. If a repair or replacement is

produced by the seller, it will only be delivered to a UK destination. If the buyer then wishes for the goods

to be exported, it will be the buyer’s responsibility to do this at the buyer's cost and risk. For export orders,

it is therefore recommended that inspection takes place in the UK prior to shipment.


5. Guarantee

a) The seller guarantees the wooden frames of all manufactured furniture for 10 years from the date of

delivery. The guarantee excludes normal wear and tear, any fillings, fabrics, legs and mechanisms. This

guarantee is given in addition to and not in substitution of your statutory rights.

b) The seller will only replace like for like, the buyer cannot change any of the sizes, fillings or fabric.

Upon a return, if a change is requested can be made at an extra cost, please request a quotation.


6. Risk and Title

a) Risk of the goods shall pass to the buyer on delivery, but goods shall remain the seller's property until

the goods are paid for in full. In the case of payment by cheque, this will be when the funds have cleared

the seller's account.

b) Until you become the owner of the goods you shall not sell the goods or part with possession of the


c) The seller may, for the purpose of recovery, enter any premises where the goods are stored for the

reason of repossession.


7. Bespoke Orders

a) Acceptance of bespoke design must be confirmed in writing by the buyer, prior to the production of

furniture. If the buyer is providing the seller with an image, the seller cannot guarantee an exact match

unless the seller is provided complete technical drawings. Drawings produced by the seller for signing off

will be chargeable.

b) Slight differences in dimensions may occur due to the materials within the build. If the furniture has to fit

in a specific space, please let the seller know at the time of ordering.

c) Once the seller has confirmed an order any changes will be chargeable to the buyer. Any changes at

this stage may affect both the cost of the item and the delivery schedule.

d) Products are all made to order so can only be returned if faulty, or not made to the specification



8. Cancellation

a) In the event that you cancel an order, the buyer will be responsible for all the costs incurred by the

Seller up to the point of cancellation and the buyer will forfeit any deposit already paid.

b) All cancellations must be notified in writing.


9. Cancellation of online orders

The following applies to orders placed and paid for directly through the seller’s website:

Under the Consumer Contracts Regulations of 2013, the buyer is entitled to cancel the order, within 14

days of delivery. This is the statutory cooling off period. After this period has expired there is no right to

cancel. The statutory cooling off period is not applicable for bespoke items. The cooling off period is also

not applicable when, for example, a mattress has been taken out of its sealed packaging.


10. Restocking

A restocking fee is payable for any returned items. This may vary from 25% - 100% of the invoice value.

Bespoke items are unique items made to customer specification, hence these always carry a 100% charge

and are non-refundable.


11. Disputes

Every effort is made by the seller to offer the highest possible standard of service. The contract between us

shall be governed by the laws of England and any dispute between us will be resolved exclusively in the

courts of England. English is the only language offered for the conclusion of the contract.


12. Storage

Balance payment is due once manufacture is completed. The seller will offer storage for up to 1 calendar

month following the completion of manufacture of your order, free of charge. Thereafter the seller reserves

the right to apply a discretionary charge for ongoing storage. This will be calculated at a rate of 2% of the

total sold value of the goods (Inclusive of VAT) per calendar month, and pro-rata for any days or weeks

within a monthly cycle, up to the date of delivery.


13. Fabrics

Any excess fabric supplied by the seller or provided by the buyer cannot be returned to the buyer.


14. Curtains

a) Every effort is taken to ensure that the Products supplied correspond as closely as possible to the

samples in our stores, variations can happen and may vary due to uniqueness and characteristic of the

materials or different batches. We are not responsible for any variations, which add to the unique quality

of the Product, including but not limited to the following:

All pattern repeats vary. They can be mirrored image, side matched or half dropped across the width of

the fabric. Please be aware at the time of selection the type of pattern repeat within the design you have

selected. Pattern repeats have a tolerance of +/- 5%

b) Any goods that require more than one width of fabric will have joins and seams. Any goods that have

been altered by a third party or independently cannot be returned or refunded. The chains and cords on

blinds fall in line with regulation and the length of the chain cannot be amended or specified

c) For made to measure, whilst every effort is made to make your items to the exact measurements given;

the make-up can vary by 1cm, which is the standard industry tolerance allowance.

d) Product colour and shade may vary from one manufacturing batch to another. This will be more

apparent if orders are placed at different times.

e) Our fabrics are constructed with various natural yarns and synthetic fibres. Often there are slubs and

natural weave irregularities which enhance the final appearance of the fabric. It should be noted that this

is not a defect and is an inherent characteristic of the cloth. Please note that an inherent characteristic of

the Suede Collection is the 'bruised' appearance which may appear as slight creasing.

f) Please be aware that up to 5% shrinkage may occur due to variations in atmospheric conditions whilst in

situ at the window, or during the first wash or dry clean. There is sufficient fabric available within the hems

to enable any necessary adjustment in length.

g) Our curtains are carefully packed and despatched. Any folding of material will cause certain creases;

in the case of velvet and man-made fibre material, these will drop out after hanging. Any folding of

material for prolonged periods or any items left in the packaging for long period in times may result in

long term creasing or may affect the fabric permanently. Cotton prints may need a cool iron.


Advice and Guarantee

a) The seller reserves the right to reject any fabric supplied by the buyer, if deemed to be unsuitable for

production. It is the buyers’ responsibility to provide the agreed quantity required.

b) Any fabric supplied by the buyer must meet British Fire regulations. The buyer must provide a fire-

retardant certificate for any such fabric supplied before production can commence.

c) If treatment is not possible, the seller can provide a barrier cloth inter-liner (depending on the location

of use) if required. This service is chargeable.

e) If the seller is supplying the fabric to be used in manufacture, it is the buyer’s responsibility to look after

it as per the manufacturers guidelines as normal wear or tear is not warrantied.

d) It is the buyer's responsibility to ensure the fabric is suitable for the use for which it is intended.

e) Some fabrics (such as silks and velvets) and leathers can be marked by the slightest touch. As all our

furniture is handmade, the handling of fabric is unavoidable and therefore the seller cannot accept any

responsibility or liability for the condition of these fabrics when used during manufacture

f) As leather is a natural product, some of the hides may show natural marks or scars. Depending on the

supplier, variation on both texture and colour may occur different from the samples the buyer looks at. The

seller cannot be held responsibility for such markings that are visible on the final product. Sizes of hides

may vary due to the nature of the product, this may result in additional costs, advisable on receipt of

purchase from the supplier.