Sarah Beeny Inspires New Range of British Made Chesterfield Sofas

Add a touch of stateliness to your interior with The Chesterfield Company’s new range of contemporary leather statements sofas, inspired by Sarah Beeny.

A photo shoot of a classic vintage chesterfield at the TV personality’s home at Rise Hall, influenced the family owned company to introduce four new modern designs to its collection.  

Each sofa is specially developed, with soft, warm and pliable leathers, ensuring all products are unique and comfortable. Each piece is individually hand-made in the UK with an acute attention to detail, quality and individuality. A wide range of colours and styles are available to help you create the perfect piece.

St Edmund Vintage Leather Sofa – The signature sofa, inspired by that found at Sarah Beeny’s house. A classic piece perfect for any elegant and modern interior, offering leather seating that combines a mix of traditional style with a modern twist. RRP £975.00, available in 5 different sizes and 40 swatches of colours, handmade in the UK to order.

The Cromer  - A compact sofa with traditional finishes, such as pulled through cushions, and twin stitch detailing, perfect for bringing a traditional twist to a modern setting - RRP £695.00, available in 7 different sizes and 37 swatches of colour, handmade in the UK to order.

The Bedford leather sofa – With its simplistic lines, popular scoop arm, curving down from the top of the back to a comfortable height at the front, it’s the perfect choice for contemporary interiors. RRP £695.00, available in 7 different sizes and 37 swatches of colour, handmade in the UK to order.

The Melrose buttoned back leather sofa  - with its inviting piped cushions and space saving square arms, this statement piece is the perfect accompaniment to revamp the interior of your home. RRP £695, available in 7 different sizes, and 37 swatches of colour, handmade in the UK to order.

Ryan Mohieddin, Sales Director said: “Sarah’s classic chesterfield must have been 100 years old, and we loved it, so much so it inspired our designers to create the St. Edmund, which we took back to be photographed in Rise Hall in the same study as you can find Sarah’s original,”