Latest News from Leather Chairs of Bath

3rd July 2014

A second successful collaboration with Camp Kerala finished earlier this week. Best views over #Glasto ?

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13th June 2014

Leather Chairs of Bath signed up for the London Design Festival 2014. The Chelsea Design Quarter will be an official LDF Design District !

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6th June 2014

Congratulations to all who completed the #Heroride especially my splendid group from Bath !




May 1st: Leather Chairs of Bath will be supplying a support vehicle to Help for Heroes "Hero Ride" in June. 50 cyclists, mainly mums and dads from schools in Bath, will be attempting 250 miles through Normandy, taking in significant WWII sites. See here for more details .......

April 2014: Chelsea Design Quarter summer street party announced - Wednesday 4th June !


February 2014: Great to see a full page spread featuring our Lansdown Chair within the latest copy of 'The English Home' !

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January 2014: Discussions have begun with Camp Kerala about continuing our succesful relationship at a very well known Somerset music festival this year ! And moves are afoot to work together at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy in August.


September 2013: Leather Chairs of Bath and the Chelsea Design Quarter are preparing for the London Design Festival. There will be late opening until 8pm on Monday, September 16th.

Leather Chairs of Bath feature in The House Directory newsletter !

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June 21st 2013..... Preparing to take lots of chill out Lansdown sofas and chairs to Camp Kerala for one of the biggest events in Somerset !


May 2013.... Chelsea Design Quarter website now LIVE !!

February 2013  Kensington Palace

Leather Chairs of Bath supplied several chairs for display in the recently restored state apartments at Kensington Palace.


February 2013   Period Homes & Interiors




November 2012 - nice mention in Somerset Life !

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July 2012: Delighted to say that we were able to respond to a desperate plea from LOCOG to supply a 3-seater Lansdown Sofa for a shop in the athletes' village at the Olympic Park in Stratford !

July 2012: Leather Chairs of Bath moving to King's Road, London SW6 !

We are delighted to announce that from mid-July, we will have a new shop on the world famous King's Road in London. 

Just look for the clock !

Our Bath shop will be closing at 5pm on Wednesday July 11th.

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April 2012: We are thrilled to announce that Leather Chairs of Bath has been invited to supply Historic Royal Palaces with Davenport Chairs and Gainsborough Chairs for the 'Victoria Revealed' exhibition in Kensington Palace. We delivered the chairs in time for the Queen's visit to re-open the renovated home to Queen Victoria and Princess Diana, on Thursday March 15th. 

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October 2011: Celia Rufey, from Homes & Gardens, recommends an LCB solution to a reader's question. Follow this link for the original article:

January 2011: Leather Chairs of Bath begin preparations for the Bath Literary Festival 2011.

We will be supplying our Amsterdam chairs for the Guildhall stage this year. Hopefully, Booker Prize Winner, Howard Jacobson will find our chairs comfortable on Sunday, February 27th !

July 2009:  Leather Chairs of Bath supply 'Jika Jika' Coffee Shop & Canteen.

We were delighted to be commissioned by 'Jika Jika' owners, Matt Stevens and Lee Mears, to add some English leather style to their stunning new coffee shop & canteen in the centre of Bath. Matt has drawn upon his South African background to integrate some quirky Zulu images within a classic Bath Georgian building.

The Sunday Telegraph.

9 November 2008

LCB featured and highly recommended in The Sunday Telegraph "Life" section. Click here to read the article.

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Furniture with character

Every one of our chairs is individually hand-crafted using traditional techniques and craftsmanship.

Our walnut stain gives our chairs a rich patina, which enhances the grain, blemishes and scars naturally found in real leather. Every spring is hand-sewn into a solid Beechwood frame, and every nail is painstakingly hammered in by hand.

Not everyone can appreciate the distinctive finish of genuine leather, but if you have the taste for a unique piece that will be treasured for generations, we will be delighted to help you.