16th October 2018
19th September 2018
Presenting our first range of modular furniture in which you are the designer. Using 4 different modules you can customise the range to suit your needs. We have created an interactive tool which allows you to chose the modules, colour and configuration of your pieces - the possibilities are endless!
25th July 2018
Please note our London showroom located at 13 Walton Street will be closed for renovation from 1st August.
The fabric showroom will still be open at 7 Walton Street with a limited selection of furniture, excluding the Mid Century Modern collection. Customers will be able to reach the team at n.13 by phone on +44 (0)207 584 5544
We do apologise for the inconvenience this may cause and look forward to welcoming you soon in our brand new space.
12th June 2018
Last month Chelsea Textiles' Mona Perlhagen and daughter Jenny Simpson flew to Dallas on a short tour of our US outlets. There, they were guests at a glamorous and well attended event hosted by international interiors retailer George Cameron Nash.
The event marked the launch of Chelsea Textile's exquisite furniture collection, handmade by master craftsmen, which is now available in Texas for the first time.
8th June 2018
Chelsea Textiles New York showroom was delighted to host Phoebe Howard for a book signing party celebrating Coastal Blues, her third book.
5th June 2018
Chelsea Textiles took part in this year's 'Design on a Dime', founded in 2004 by designer James Huniford. Design on a Dime challenges interior designers to create unique room vignettes curated with donated merchandise from well-known home decor brands and artists.
Introducing the Jungle collection
18th May 2018
Scenes from a jungle form the basis of this playful collection designed to capture the imagination. Crouching tigers and hidden monkeys add a little whimsy to your home. Embroidered by hand with great attention to detail.
Introducing the Staffordshire Blue collection
8th May 2018
The Staffordshire potteries, an industrial area that encompassed six towns in the West Midlands of Great Britain, flourished at the beginning of the 18th century and were at the heart of a ceramic revolution in Great Britain.
Embroidered by hand with great attention to detail, our Staffordshire animal range evokes the fun and playful figurines that were first produced at the potteries in the 1720s.