Homes & Gardens

Notation Furniture

Classic designs, this solid furniture is built to last with styles to suit all interiors.

If you’re on the hunt for solid wood furniture, turn to Notation Furniture, a company offering a range of top quality fully assembled products. The furniture is manufactured using wood that is environmentally friendly and sourced from sustainable managed plantations.


If you’re kitting out a home office or revamping your dining room, Notation Furniture has a range to match your style from the zany decorated furniture found under Accent Shabby Chic to the more conservative choice of rich mahogany, walnut or oak. Using classic designs, this solid furniture is built to last with handsome bedside tables and cabinets to dining tables, beds and bookcases.

No corners have been cut at Notation Furniture where furniture is manufactured to the highest standards, using only the best quality materials. Rest assured, that each item of furniture comes with a full manufacturer’s warranty. It’s also worthwhile noting that prices include delivery to to mainland UK addresses. So there’ll be no nasty surprises at the checkout.

Browse the site by range (wood type and finish) or by room. The interface is clean and uncluttered making it very easy to look at the product pages, where you can view images (and enlarge) and in some cases, within in a room setting, which is good for getting an idea of size. If you want to share your find with a friend, click on the link and you can send an email direct.


The painted furniture, found under Opus White, adds a touch of Scandi chic with a comprehensive selection including beds, bookcases, TV cabinets, display and storage cabinets, dining tables and chairs and occasional tables. The range is made to order and thus expect a delivery time of between eight and ten weeks from date of order.

Once you’ve placed your order, the customer services team contact you to arrange a delivery date and they are of course on hand to answer any questions you may have, prior to ordering.

April 2013