RHA Furniture – Dormy House Spa


RHA Furniture worked alongside award winning designers Sparcstudio, to supply and custom make furniture for the new spa at Dormy House hotel in the Cotswolds.

The high-end project called for a mixture of beautiful pieces from RHA Furniture’s Italian designer collections alongside bespoke seating, tables and feature pieces made at their own UK factory and specialist partner factory in Portugal.


The reception features Grey 24 chairs from a well-known Italian contract furniture collection, finished in white with seat pads in Denim from Designers Guild.

Guests are welcome to relax on elegantly upholstered wingback armchairs and a high back sofa with sloped arm detail; many items custom made to the designer’s exact specification.

High-back feature chairs in the spa lobby are upholstered in two contrasting fabrics with coloured button detail on the inside backrest.


Treatment rooms feature the multi-purpose Suri chair as make-up and manicure seats alongside Roda height adjustable stools; all beautifully upholstered in special contract quality faux leather with a subtle two-tone colour palette.


The spa terrace offers guests a place to relax on sofas, armchairs and loungers made from Agora brown all weather wicker, with beige seat and back scatter cushions. White all weather wicker day beds and loungers offer a relaxing space by the pool, alongside designer BABYLON side tables made from ceramic with a ribbed, asymmetrical surface.


The Greenhouse is a light-filled lounge and a dedicated relaxation area at the very centre of the spa. Furnished with RHA Furniture’s comfy sofas, armchairs and elegantly curved wingback chairs surrounding a log-fire and leading out to a terrace where idyllic views of the Cotswolds can be enjoyed.


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