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Chesterfield Sofa

January 26, 2012

So, what is a Chesterfield Sofa? It might be one of the manliest couches out there! But its elegant feel can easily turn a hum-drum room into a talking point among friends. It’s believed that Phillip Stanhope, the 4th Earl of Chesterfield (1694-1773), commissioned the first leather chesterfield sofa with its distinctive deep buttoned, quilted leather upholstery and low seat base.

The great thing about the Chesterfield Sofa is it’s not just for the manly room; and even though it has classic lines, it can be inspiration to a non-classicly decorated room.

Using a lighter vintage (or Pre-Loved as “The Original Sofa Co. calls it) Chesterfield can easily liven up the room (like pictured to the right) without making it look smaller.

From The Original Sofa Company:  The Original Sofa Company sell a wide range of new Chesterfield sofas and pre-loved Chesterfield sofas, many of which are among the finest furniture pieces available anywhere in the world. Also, check out this round up for inspiration from Apartment Therapy
Their client list is impressive and shows you who has good taste 🙂

Google, Harvard University, Cambridge University, University of London, London School of Economics, Leeds University,  Red Bull, World Publishing, Boston Consulting Group, The Michelin Starred Pipe and Glass Inn, The Lounges plus more here: http://theoriginalsofaco.com/Clients/

Chesterfield sofas add style, elegance and a touch of luxury to both home and office environments, all the while maintaining their superior comfort. That is why we provide a bespoke service, tailoring each of our Chesterfield sofas from only the finest materials, to match their intended environment and the individual customer’s requirements.

Our range of Chesterfields include antique Chesterfield sofas and used Chesterfield sofas. For the finest quality Chesterfield sofas, browse our signature range. No matter what your requirements, The Original Sofa Company has a Chesterfield sofa for you. Check Em’ Out!

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