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The Dormy House is a British manufacturing company launched in 1983 by John and Eileen Valenzia. Their son Christopher joined the company after completing a furniture design course, with son Mark and daughter Anna joining soon after. It’s still a family business today run now by Mark and Anna.
John Valenzia began by making furniture in his garage, which was then sold to local customers. The instant table – a side table with a fabric skirt – was an idea brought back from France, where this design was popular. Advertised in interior and home design magazines, the instant table became a huge hit in the UK, too.
New products were added to the selection, all based around furniture designed for fabric covering: the kidney dressing table, headboards with loose covers, television tables and fabric-covered screens. John and Eileen’s ethos was simple: to provide a range of furniture that people wanted.
Today, the furniture collection includes contemporary and traditional designs, and there is something for every room: living rooms, dining rooms, hallways, kitchens, bedrooms, home offices and bathrooms, as well as furniture for kids. We offer a unique bespoke element that companies who import all their furniture can’t. There’s a choice of fabrics, paint colours, handles and knobs, and we will alter the sizes of standard products where we can.
We’re proud to remain a UK manufacturing company, producing good quality, stylish and affordable furniture. We manufacture 80% of our products ourselves, with the remaining 20% made in the UK, or bought through UK distributors. It’s only when there is no British manufacturer that we buy a little further afield, such as the frames for our Louis-style chair], which come from Italy, or our Tuvan chairs from Sweden. Even then, the bespoke elements of each piece are all completed in the UK.
Furniture for your home is an important buy, and we feel proud when customers come to us. Our expert team help with the choices and can talk over more complicated finishes. You’ll deal with someone with their own telephone number or email address so you can communicate directly with the person who’s been helping you rather than an anonymous call centre.