Designer Fabrics and Chairs

Putting Fashion into Furniture - Should Your Chair Match Your Dress?

We say a most definite yes!  At Cheeky Chairs we have been putting fashion into furniture from day one.  We simply adore the world of designer fabrics and fashion. The stunning creations of some of the world's best designers are central to the chairs we create.  It now seems the world of interiors is starting to catch us up and the spheres of fashion and interiors are starting to collide - not just on the catwalk but also on the high street.

But for a lot of people the choice and different styles can be overwhelming. To help our lovely customers choose and to learn more about the designers we use we have created some cheeky guides to just some of these beautiful people who make such beautiful things.

Simply click on a designer name or image below and find out more. 

Christian Lacroix

 The wonderful French designer with a background in historic costumes never fails to create something amazing. Exotic colours and themes, unpredictable and totally divine. 

Matthew Williamson

The British designer who's very first collection debut at London Fashion week. Joyful and colourful designs that are effortless in their style and bring flare and depth to anything they appear on. 

Josef Frank

More of an architect than a designer, Frank has posthumously maintain a presence in global design for a very long time. His ground breaking and rebellious thoughts on normality are still bringing joy to us all through his designs. 

Jon Burgerman

Jon Burgerman creates fun, bold and visually exciting designs that bring a mix of fine art and fun to our chairs. His doodle art style is globally recognised for being creative and truly unique. 

Liberty of London

For well over 100 years Liberty's has been a source of eclectic fabrics, furniture, fashions and more. Today the store is still a hot bed of luxury and fresh, colourful and vibrant designs. We love using Liberty fabric to create chairs that quite magical. 

House of Hackney

House of Hackney brought back the feel of the Great British Print House in a time of austere design and created a name for the brand around quality, British manufacture and design and stunning prints.