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    Taylor’s Classics

    Taylor’s Classics was founded in 1978. The company initially specialised in antique furniture for the domestic market but as time went on, we found that more and more people bought the antiques for hotels, restaurants and pubs as centrepieces or bought sets of reclaimed chairs for dining.

    Image caption: The Rectory Hotel, hotel, restaurant, dining, cocktails, bars in the cotswolds

    Today, Taylor’s Classics provide a wide range of furniture from antiques to contemporary designs. Its traditional oak chairs and tables are unique within the contract furniture market. The company specialises in the supply of bentwood and cast-iron furniture and its Benchairs collection brings together some of the best example of 1950s design for the contract market. Taylor’s Classics also offer contract bedroom furniture & a bespoke Victorian bar which can be adapted to reception desks & shop fitting projects.

    Taylor’s Classics’ furniture is used in a wide variety of locations including traditional country pubs, gastro pubs, cocktail bars, Michelin star restaurants, country house hotels, boutique hotels, cafes, and private members clubs in the UK and throughout the world. In addition, the company has also manufactured bespoke furniture for universities, heritage projects and commercial buildings.

    With 50,000 square foot warehouse, showrooms, factory, and offices in Stafford that includes new equipment, Taylor’s Classics can produce tables, chairs, stools, and benches from the timber plank to the finished items of furniture. Its wood machining, spray, and French polishing facilities together with its upholstery department ensures that the team behind the brand are fully in control of quality and scheduling.

    To arrange a visit to the showroom, and to find out more information, click here.

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    Taylor’s Classics
    Romford Road
    ST16 3DZ

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