6 Luxury Items To Get You Through Lockdown

Everyone likes to fill their home with things that they find pleasure in, but little did we know how much we would need them. The global Covid-19 pandemic has forced communities all over the world into lockdowns, restricting the time we can spend outside and with family and friends. So we must find solace within our own abodes. Thankfully, the world of luxury can supply all the entertainment we could possibly need.

Here are 6 things to help you through your lockdown in style:

A billiards table from Sir William Bentley

How about some bespoke fun and competition for all the family during lockdown? The craftsmen at Sir William Bentley Billiards’ Wiltshire workshops create stunning Pool & Snooker tables, multi-purpose dining, table-tennis, Poker tables and more. They have a selection of special offer items available for immediate delivery.

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A chess set from Jacques London

The Netflix god’s have spoken, and it is out with Tiger King and in with The Queen’s Gambit. The show starring Anya-Taylor Joy follows a chess prodigy as she struggles to become world champion. And if you’re feeling the urge to play there is no better way than this faithful reproduction of the Jaques London 1855 chess set in a beautiful mahogany presentation box. 

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A 55” 4K Smart TV from LG

While we have been sequestered inside our homes, there is no denying that the world of streaming movies and television has come to our aid. The wealth of entertainment at our fingertips has never been so important. With that being said, the vessel by which you summon films and shows into your home must be the best one can find. Presenting the stunning 4K Smart TV from electronics company LG. So real you’ll wish you never watched that new horror film…

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A Yoga Mat from Harrods

A sense of wellbeing and inner peace is more important than ever. The four walls of your home can feel fairly claustrophobic at points. So journey to a more peaceful state with this wonderful yoga mat. Cushioned with a rubber base and topped with vegan suede, the search for enlightenment was never this comfy of a ride.

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A bottle of Green Spot 1991 from The Whisky Exchange

If there was ever an excuse to enjoy a drink while relaxing, it is definitely lockdown. We’ve seen alcohol companies’ profit’s skyrocket as people take to having a drink in the comfort of their home rather than heading out to bars and restaurants. And if you want to drink in real style, this delicious 26-year-old pot still whiskey will certainly do the job. The Green Spot 1991 blends tinges of fruit and spice like no other whisky does, making for the perfect evening drink.

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An exercise bike from Peloton

Many people have used lockdown as a time to work on their fitness. But this can be hard without the right tools and equipment. Luckily Peloton has everything you need to feel the burn. Not only gifting you with a state-of-the-art exercise bike, Peloton offers a number of amazing classes and sessions to give you that feeling of community and strength in numbers. 

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