Furniture Stores & Designers in Brighton
List of Brighton based furniture manufacturers, makers & shops offering offering office, garden and home furniture (bedroom, kitchen, dining & living room).
We have been purchasing in Java since the early 1980s and importing furniture for over ten years. We have built close and creative relationships with our suppliers, resulting in Ananda featuring a wide range of colonial, traditional and contemporary furniture which constantly evolves. To complement our furniture we have a fine selection of traditional textiles from the Indonesian archipelago, enhanced
Established in 1919 our business supplies quality services in commercial flooring, commercial curtain & blinds and retail interior furnishings. As from June 2006 we are now operating from 2 sites in Brighton. Our Commercial departments, offices and warehouse are located at modern purpose built premises at the newly designed Woodingdean Business Park on the outskirts of the City. Our Retail shop, which
Established in 1987 Chris Saunders has been producing bespoke high quality furniture ranging from traditional to contemporary in style. He has worked closely with many top interior designers throughout the UK and overseas, as well as private individuals who see the benefit of having something custom made. Chris believes every detail in the furniture making process is important no matter how simple
At The Green Furniture Company Gurniture we make fantastic looking durable furniture, with the least impact on the environment as possible. All of our green furniture pieces are made from reclaimed or carefully sourced timber and treated with the highest quality, non-toxic, ecologically sound finishes. Over the years we have taken on many different commissions from entire pubs to childrens furniture,
I am a carpenter, but I have also been a graphic designer and illustrator. I feel my working background brings a little something extra to the job. I am interested in using different materials and producing exciting, innovative furniture. I believe the customer is vital to the working process - the more involvement in the initial stages, the better.