Nathan Furniture is an enduring British company with a proud history. It has consistently offered elegant designs and quality craftsmanship.
In 1916 Russian born Barnett Nathan began to manufacture handcrafted pieces of furniture from a workshop in Hackney Road, East London. The early years were tough ones. With the ongoing event of WWI, the firm opted to supplement its income by manufacturing munitions boxes for the government.
Things really took off in 1952 when the second generation of family joined the business. Barnett's sons Jerrold and Clive refined the companies offering with a focus on dining room furniture. They also promoted the importance of investment in good design.
In 1963 the company made the decision to focus on the highly desirable Scandinavian style. Nathan released the 'Citadel' range of teak furniture which was simple, elegant and functional. It was a nationwide success and has influenced the design aesthetic of the company ever since.
Nathan Furniture continues today, carrying on the tradition of good design, quality and value.