Christopher Allan, the inventor of the Slipstick Foot, came up with the idea because of the situation at his home. He had tiled floors and a three-piece Sofa suite, made up of two double-seat sections and one corner section. They needed to remain in a particular arrangement but kept sliding apart because of the feet on the furniture. In October 1998, still unable to find a solution to this problem, Chris developed an innovative design. He realised that the furniture industry was lacking an effective system to prevent unwanted movement of furniture pieces on hard floors so he simply invented his own.
The Slipstick Foot is the only furniture addition of its kind, providing customers with an effective way to protect their floors and to control the movement of their furniture.