After months of research, design perfecting and sourcing the highest quality materials, Chelsea Textiles is pleased to announce an entire collection of Tropical furniture featuring bamboo, both real and faux.

Expanding on the success of our signature Gustavian-style faux Bamboo Chair, the new additions will feature perfect recreations of chairs and benches from 18th century Sweden as well as split caned pieces from 1950s France. The merging of these bygone eras exemplifies the brand’s passion for Old World grandeur and Mid-Century design while upholding the finest standards in handmade craftsmanship.

Chelsea Textile’s Design Director, Jenny Simpson, has also added to this collection by interpreting these iconic styles, to include bedside tables, dressers and consoles.

More details coming August 2017.


Chelsea Textiles is looking for an experienced textiles designer to work from their design studio in Faringdon, Oxfordshire. The applicant will liaise directly with our design team in India and London, should have an interest in botanical designs, both traditional and contemporary, an eye for colour and a passion for detail. If you think you have the qualifications required for this position, please contact us at

Chelsea Textiles introduce their new collections in the USA

Chelsea Textiles hosted guests at their New York showroom in the Fine Arts Building, Midtown Manhattan to celebrate the introduction of four new collections in the US market. Known for its faithful recreations of antique textiles and hand embroidery, the company launched three new fabric lines, including a new Neisha Crosland Collection, the Provence Collection, and the Dogs on Parade Collection, as well as the new French Country furniture collection. With summery cocktails in hand, guests were invited to explore the showroom, designed by the late Jed Johnson, and preview the newest additions. Scattered throughout the three rooms were life-size cutouts of dogs in honour of the new collaboration with popular children’s book author and illustrator Domenica More Gordon.

Dogs on Parade - A new collection by Domenica More Gordon

Chelsea Textiles is delighted to announce a new collaboration with illustrator and popular children's author Domenica More Gordon - Dogs on Parade.

This delightful collection of hand embroidered cushions and fabrics translates Domenica's pen and ink drawings and water colours, capturing the very essence of dog, into delicate hand embroidery. The perfect present for any dog lover.

Introducing french country

Chelsea Textiles is launching its new collection of hand embroidered fabrics influenced by the 18th century engravings of Oberkamph, a French naturalized German industrialist was a printer and engraver who became famous for founding the royal manufacture of printed cottons of Jouy-en-Josas where the toile de Jouy was manufactured.

A furniture collection has been also launched to complement the hand embroidered fabrics which includes hand carved and hand painted commodes, side tables, buffet and wine stations all finely hand distressed to recreate the flavour and the vibrant colours of the French country style.

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