Since the day that Ebenezer Gomme set up his first furniture factory in 1898, G Plan has always had the same aim: to create stylish sofas and chairs that offer the highest levels of comfort and quality.
Since 1953, G Plan has been a benchmark for classic British design. But what’s made it such an enduring favourite is the way every sofa and chair is built for real life. This is furniture that loves to be lived on.
Born out of the post war years, G Plan continues to inject colour and design into homes throughout Britain. We design with evolving trends in mind, utilising the latest technology to create the most comfortable sit possible. Watch our Brand Video to discover more about our furniture crafting journey.
Setting the tone for British furniture making, we have continued to grow and develop and today we are still one of the UK’s biggest upholstery manufacturers. Every G Plan sofa and armchair is crafted in the UK by skilled craftspeople. Our innovative Ergo and ergoform chair ranges are crafted in Europe to exacting G Plan standards, by our specialist manufacturing partner. We want your furniture to stay looking beautiful for years to come, so we go to great lengths to source high-quality fabrics and premium leathers that we know will stand the test of time. Every sofa and chair is also super comfy and is designed to envelop and support you every time you sit down.
You can rely on us to take care of good design and comfort, but how our sofas fit in your home’s style is down to you. You can choose from a wide range of fabric or leather options, as well as scatter/accent fabrics in inspiring colours and patterns.
G Plan Upholstery Ltd.
Registered no: 149073. Registered office: 1, Hampton Park West, Melksham,
Wiltshire. SN12 6GU.
Office Tel: +44 (0)1225 700880. Fax: +44 (0)1225 792397
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