Born in Little Walden

Villiers Brothers

We create dining tables, console tables and a wide variety of modern collectable metal furniture in the traditional English way using great materials and fantastic craftsmanship.

Phone01799 516 680
LocationVilliers Brothers Limited, Bowsers Lane
Little Walden

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Our Story

Originally the business consisted of three brothers, Harry, Tim and Hugo, a wooden farm building and a determination to create beautiful and strikingly different pieces of furniture to the highest quality. They first worked together after Hugo's encounter with Kevin McCloud in 1989 quickly led to commissions for Christopher Neville, The Royal Opera House and Liberty of London. At that point Villiers Brothers: Handmade in England came into being. Since then they have grown from strength to strength - they now employ 12 craftsmen and their reach has expanded across the globe. They have stayed true to their aim - to make designer furniture the traditional way using great materials and fantastic craftsmanship. Their combined vision and artistry is introduced to you in this website, and further conversation in encouraged. Pull together a wish list and email it with photos of your space. Harry will then arrange to take the conversation further, by phone or visit, and will help you create a stunning interior.

The brothers continue in their dedication to the challenge of innovation and the pursuit of excellence;

they are now building new premises - still in the midst of the countryside and state-of-the-art. They are not too far from the architectural inspiration of Cambridge and they welcome clients to come and see their furniture being crafted. Villiers Brothers through talent and hard work has become synonymous across the world with elegant, timeless design. Browse the site, see what they're up to on Facebook and Twitter, talk with them - then you too will become inspired and enriched by having their designs in your life.

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