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25 May 2021

Using Chelsea in Hospitality Designs

Bringing a soft yet durable finish for seating, the Chelsea leather range is filled with rich colours with a two-tone finish.

A favourite for hospitality and meeting Crib 5 regulations as standard, the Chelsea range is suitable for use across seating, headboards and bar panelling.

Explore these designs for inspiration on how to use Chelsea in your next hospitality design.

Coffee and smooth tones

Enjoy a coffee and relax on deep buttoned backed seating upholstered by Contratti Contracts in Chelsea Desert. The smooth brown tone brings a gorgeous sleek finish to Yolo Coffee & Kitchen at Stack, Seaburn.


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Bring elegance to a design

The rich green tone of Chelsea Peacock is paired with marble and metallic finishes for this hotel lobby.

Create relaxing spaces

Take inspiration from residential seating like this Finline Furniture Nolan Large Sofa in our Chelsea Dark Olive leather. Add the Chelsea look to lounge furniture in hotel lobbies or relaxing bar areas.

Add deep button detailing

Pairing Chelsea Peacock with a gold deep button really creates eye-catching seating in this hotel restaurant.

The Redhurst Hotel in Giffnock features this impressive seating by Central Upholstery.


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Bring a scheme together with vivid tones.

Rich green and brown shades are used throughout Cut, Bothwell. Mustang Ash and Chelsea Emerald Green were chosen for CCP UK seating. These intense shades perfectly compliment each other and other materials used throughout the space.

Comforting natural shades.

Earthy tones with a sheen finish feature within the Chelsea leather range, in hospitality designs, these shades can bring a sense of comfort and relaxation. Throwback to Dukes 92 in Manchester which featured Chelsea Moonstone on booth seating.

Explore the whole Chelsea range, or see all our leathers which are suitable for hospitality projects.

Posted by Laura Wood