Content by Terence Conran

May 26, 2015

Introducing our new Fabric Book

Our new fabric selection contains a wide variety of colours, materials and patterns to make the options even more exciting for covering our furniture. We also offer customers the option to provide their own material for covering our furniture ranges, making the options truly endless. Find all this and more at our various stockists which are listed on our website under ‘Where to Buy’. Below are some examples to get you inspired with your own fabric choice…

Content by Terence Conran - Matador armchair in Tori Murphy  Chevy - Angled - Portrait (2)

Matador Chair in Customers Own Fabric; Tori Murphy ‘Chevy’ Fabric


Duke Armchair in ‘Ashby Sea Blue’


Matador 2 seat Sofa in ‘Polka Charcoal’

May 20, 2015

Design Guild Mark Awards: Clerkenwell Design Week 2015

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a Design Guild Mark Award for our Balance Coffee Table. The Design Guild Mark Awards are prestigious awards which honour the best in furniture design in our industry. We are delighted to be part of the awards, and to be considered as one of the leading brands in the industry. It is an honour to accept the award for the Balance Coffee Table.

Eleven years ago Sir Terence Conran set out to create a range of beautifully design furniture, combining the Conran philosophy of easy-living with form and functionality. Content by Terence Conran does just that, and offers customers a bespoke range of British upholstered furniture and cabinets.

At Content by Terence Conran, we believe in well designed, simple, yet stylish furniture, which performs exceptionally for the customer. The Balance coffee table is a shining example of form and functionality combining into a product which the customer will enjoy for years to come. Available in several finishes, it gives the customer the ultimate flexibility.


balance coffee table

May 19, 2015

Recent Press Coverage.. Stanford Sideboard

We are really happy to see that we have had some great press coverage for the Stanford sideboard, which is fast becoming on of our most popular pieces, having just launched.  Its practical storage, sleek modern design and stylish geometric pattern make it a really great piece of furniture. Given the fact that its white gloss finish is so pared back and neutral, this piece will easily fit into most interior schemes, from Scandinavian monochrome interiors to bold colour schemes.




One of the features we have seen was in ‘Grand Designs Magazine’ June issue. The article, ‘Inspired by Architecture’ features Sir Terence Conran, designer of the Design Museum, and talks about the Stanford sideboard. To see more of our press coverage, head over to our ‘In the Press’ section of the website.

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Grand Designs



May 16, 2015

Use your own fabrics on our iconic furniture range..

Did you know that you can use your own fabrics on our beautifully designed range of sofas and armchairs? We aim to please here at Content by Terence Conran, and by enabling our customers to use their own fabrics on our range of stylish furniture, we have provided an endless choice of looks to go for!

‘The Hills Resident’ Magazine have made a fantastic version of the ‘Tamar’ sofa for their recent issue in a bright tropical print, perfect for Spring / Summer 2015. If this doesn’t brighten up your space, we don’t know what will!


The Hill Resident April - Tamar


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