Award winning British furniture designer and cabinet maker Edward Johnson, has a passion for producing some of the finest bespoke furniture for a mix of private clients and architects all over the world. Working with the very best materials available Edward creates unique designs tailored to each individual client and personally hand makes every piece to an exceptional level of craftsmanship at his workshop in Sussex. Whether you need a custom made piece of furniture to suit a specific location/application or a statement piece that expresses your style and personality, commissioning a piece of furniture is an enormously rewarding and pleasurable experience. Edward will listen to, understand, refine your ideas and tailor make just for you a beautiful and tactile piece furniture that will enhance your home and be pure delight to use. If you wish to commission furniture that demands to be seen, touched, experienced and talked about then you have come to the right place, your ideas will be in safe hands.
Handmade in Sussex
Centrally located in Sussex, between Brighton and Chichester, Edward Johnson offers a professional, personal and flexible service to clients both locally and worldwide. Whether you live in Sussex, Kent, Hampshire, Surrey, Dorset, London or abroad Edward is very approachable and happy to listen to and discuss your ideas.
At the end of every commission clients are asked where they would like Edward’s fingerprint Makers Mark inlaid, etched in sterling silver, dated and hallmarked with EJ, it adds that finishing touch, an Edward Johnson original and collectable work of functional art.
Edward’s passion and drive to produce the very finest bespoke furniture available has seen him recognised with one of the most prestigious awards in the industry. Awarded by The Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers, Edward is delighted to have received a Bespoke Guild Mark for the exceptional design and craftsmanship of his six seater circular dining table ‘Perpetual Bloom’. Having received this, his first Guild Mark at just 26 years of age, it is hoped that it will be the first of many.
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Member of The Sussex Guild. View member page.