Furniture Fusion- Prime Steak & Grill, Chandlers Cross

In the summer of 2014 Prime Steak & Grill found home in St Albans, situated in London Road just outside the city centre and across the road from the recently restored and re-opened art deco Odyssey Cinema. Then in autumn 2015 another Prime opens for business this time in Chandlers Cross formerly The Clarendon Arms with its familiar exposed brick, wood and ironwork.


With both of these projects Furniture Fusion were fully integrated with the interior design process and supplied a range of bespoke contract furniture from contact chairs covered in sumptuous leather to bespoke contract table tops in solid walnut with a waney edge. There is also bespoke deep button fitted seating filling out the alcoves and booths.


About the Products 

The two contract chairs used were the Lido P arm chair and the Lido S chair both of which were upholstered in a high quality deep buttoned leather which is supple and comfortable yet durable and strong without detracting from the opulent overall feel. Both these seats are supported on beech wood legs that have been treated with a nice warm walnut stain. An extra detail has been added by selecting the Lido P contact chairs that have been upholstered in the honey leather and finishing where the leather edge meets the seat frame with brass domed upholstery tacks.


The bespoke restaurant tables, also supplied by Furniture Fusion echo the high end quality of the chairs with solid walnut tops, which in this case were cut to a unique 40mm thickness, the waney edge gives a naturalistic feel and look. The durable mat lacquer finish gives a soft tactile feel for customers but requires little effort to maintain and clean. All of which stands on a black metal single pedestal base.




About Nadia Hussain

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