Gray London: World’s Leading Interior Designers Switch To Hand Crafted, Deep Button Furniture Designer, (Headboards, Ottomans and Luxury Home Storage Ottomans)

PRESS RELEASE: London & New York (11/20/2013)- Combining “Creativity with Tradition”, Gray London ( specializes in creating hand crafted, deep buttoned furniture. Each piece is made to order in their London based workshop, with careful attention paid to achieving a finished product of the highest quality.

As featured in the real estate segment of and Homes and Garden, deep buttoned furniture enhances a room, creating a beautiful but simple focal point. Gray London’s pieces are classic and simple in design to ensure they will not date while at the same time fitting in with current interior design trends.

Working closely with interior designers, Gray London has completed projects for private clients, hotels and members clubs throughout the UK and Europe. More recently gaining interior commissions in the U.S. due to their speed in project turnaround and very attractive pricing that can potentially offset shipping costs.

Speaking to Gray London’s Founder, Gillian Mendy, she commented: “We are extremely selective when choosing materials and only use the best fabrics and fillings. Pieces are designed with a strong emphasis on comfort and luxury. We use, amongst others, Romo, Lelievre, Zoffany, Designers Guild, Andrew Martin and Harlequin fabrics”.

Interestingly; if applicable, any fabric trade discount is passed onto the customer or designer.

Aside from larger projects, they also make Headboards and Ottomans to bespoke requirements. They sometimes sell surplus pieces from completed design projects at trade prices. These pieces are a great opportunity to acquire an item of furniture that has been individually designed and skillfully hand made using the finest materials and fabric for a fraction of the usual retail price. As they do not have a showroom, this further avoids a high street mark up in price.

To enquire, go to for examples of their handcrafted work or equally to discuss a quotation /a project you have upcoming.

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