Contemporary Luxury Furniture

  • It’s all in the detail… take a look at what we do in more detail.

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  • Our Chichester Tables are part of our Sussex Collection and are available as single tables or as a set of three in ash, oak or walnut.

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  • Our Patchwork sewing desk shown in oak, brown oak and fumed oak, made with our own in-house curved Murano veneers.

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  • Our Made & Ready Radium III desk shown in English and European walnut with an oiled finish, leather and brass detailing.

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  • Our beautiful Ed, Edd & Eddy nest of sofa tables are available as part of our Made & Ready collection or bespoke in a range of timbers.

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  • Radiant chest of drawers shown in fumed oak, brown oak, oak, olive ash and ash with an oiled finish.

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  • The Undressed clothes valet is a unique and innovative twist on a traditional form. When ‘undressed’ the clean, pristine lines are revealed and make a beautiful wall-hung sculptural form; when ‘dressed’ the valet becomes a highly functional product to hold your daily items, clothes and accessories.

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  • Ligamentum III shown in oak with an oil finish and a Skopos fabric.

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  • Ripples chest of drawers shown in ash, with walnut, ash and cedar drawers.

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  • Ligamentum I coffee table and Ligamentum II chiase longue made from walnut.

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  • Murano sideboard shown in ash, olive ash, fumed oak and brown oak, using our own unique in-house ‘Murano’ laminates.

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  • Our workshop is at the very heart of our business where our expertise and craftsmanship fuse together to create our unique in-house products.

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  • Edward Johnson has a unique silver maker’s mark that is inlaid discreetly into each piece of his furniture.

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We design and make exclusive, bespoke and limited-edition luxury furniture to provide you with quality, originality and choice. We create contemporary products for those who enjoy and appreciate design, aesthetics and exemplary craftsmanship, and who are looking for something truly individual and different. We use traditional techniques, whilst always striving towards new and innovative methods of working.

We tailor our service according to your lifestyle and offer guidance throughout every stage of your project. We pride ourselves on the quality of our work, excellence in design and listening to and understanding your requirements and ideas.

We find solutions by combining our unique design style with exceptional craftsmanship and engineering skills to design and manufacture unique and beautiful furniture for private clients, interior designers and architects.

Read more about our promise and philosophy and discover what we do in more depth, to help you achieve your vision.

 


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Evolution of Tradition
22nd November 2018
Evolution of Tradition, the Furniture Makers’ Company, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour and the Bespoke Guild Mark   [caption id="attachment_2670" align="alignnone" width="2048"] Looking down on the Evolution of Tradition exhibition showing Edward's Splash coffee table, Radiant desk and Chichester Tables.[/caption]   In October, Edward participated in the Evolution of Tradition exhibition held at the Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, London showing his Splash coffee table, Radiant desk and Chichester Tables. The exhibition was a new initiative bringing together a selection of the very best contemporary bespoke furniture designer-makers in the UK. The exhibition was a collaboration between The Furniture Makers’ Company and the Design Centre and included an impressive rollcall of established designers and new talent from the vibrant British craft scene, such as: Tim Gosling, John Makepeace OBE, Matthew Burt, Marc Fish, Alun Heslop, Rupert McBain, Laurent Peacock, Jake Phipps, Angus Ross, Rupert Senior, Katie Walker and Waywood, and of course our very own Edward Johnson!   [caption id="attachment_2672" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Chichester Tables on display at the Evolution of Tradition Exhibition[/caption]   What made this selection of designer-makers very special is that they all have one thing in common: they all hold at least one prestigious Bespoke Guild Mark awarded by The Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers. To be awarded a Bespoke Guild Mark each designer-maker not only needs to demonstrate the highest quality in craftsmanship, but also show innovation and excellence in design. Every piece of furniture awarded a Bespoke Guild Mark has been inspected and scrutinised by some of the leading industry professionals. Every minute detail is taken into consideration with the principal requirements being that the design and craftsmanship are both equally exceptional. A Bespoke Guild Mark ‘rewards excellence in design, materials, craftsmanship and function for pieces [of furniture] made as single items or a limited run of up to 12.’ Only 471 Bespoke Guild Marks have been awarded by The Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers to date, formed as a Guild in 1952. We are very proud to say Edward has three! The first for his Perpetual Bloom dining table at the age of 26, and then subsequently for his Orbis drinks cabinet and Bog Oak Ripples chest. Edward says: ‘Being awarded a Bespoke Guild Mark was always an ambition of mine. Whilst the Bespoke Guild Mark award is highly sought after within the industry we should be shouting quietly about it to help those people who invest in exclusive British furniture. It is undoubtedly the ultimate critique for furniture that demonstrates excellence in design and craftsmanship for tomorrow as much as today.’ Edward has recently been invited onto the Bespoke Guild Mark committee and hopes to help spread the word about this very prestigious and unique award.   [caption id="attachment_2678" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine December 2018[/caption]   This month the Furniture & Cabinetmaking magazine has featured an article on the Evolution of Tradition exhibition including Edward's Radiant desk, you can read it here.   <back to blog