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John Lewis Chairs

John Lewis has the perfect chair for any occasion. Whether it is smart dining chairs for your table suite, comfortable armchairs for your living room, or durable garden chairs for your patio, the John Lewis Chairs range is guaranteed to provide high quality, sleek and stylish furniture.

About John Lewis

The John Lewis partnership has been synonymous with high quality goods since their first Oxford Street shop was opened in 1864. When buying John Lewis chairs, you can expect a higher quality of material, design, and longevity.

Dining Chairs

John Lewis produces a range of high quality dining chairs. Chairs may be purchased to match a dining suite or else individually. John Lewis dining chair s are available in a range of contemporary, classic, and chic designs. John Lewis chairs are made from the highest quality materials and their dining chairs are available in wood, plastic, fabric, leather, wicker, faux leather, and metal.


John Lewis armchairs combine great design with incredible comfort. John Lewis produce a range of recliner, chesterfield, wingback, and tub chairs. Armchairs are available in high quality fabric and leather.

Office Chairs

John Lewis produce a range of office chairs. John Lewis office chairs feature classic office designs with added quality and comfort. John Lewis produce a great range of high quality swivel chairs, with adjustable heights and back positioning. John Lewis office chairs are available in classical leather and black combinations, or vintage wooden and fabric print designs.

Garden Chairs

John Lewis produce a full range of garden chairs. Whether you are looking for metal chairs to match your garden dining suite, or wooden fold ups, John Lewis garden and patio chairs combine high quality, durable materials with timeless design. In addition to their patio chairs John Lewis also produce a great range of garden recliners, garden sofa armchairs, and single swing seats.

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