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G Plan

G Plan sofas and chairs blend traditional aesthetics with modern sensibilities to create a perfect blend of style and comfort. G Plan's sofas are characterised by their clean lines, elegant designs, and generous proportions, making them the centrepiece of any living room


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G Plan EllisLarge Sofa
The Ellis suite combines clean, crisp lines with distinctive back cushion detailing. The Ellis suite embodies a modern, timeless style. Versatile by nature, available with modular options, you can build your own perfect combination creating a bespoke sofa for your space. Features: Handcrafted in the UK Soft, indulgent, premium foam arm pads offer the ultimate comfort Recliner options...
5
from £2038
G Plan EllisSmall Sofa
The Ellis suite combines clean, crisp lines with distinctive back cushion detailing. The Ellis suite embodies a modern, timeless style. Versatile by nature, available with modular options, you can build your own perfect combination creating a bespoke sofa for your space. Features: Handcrafted in the UK Soft, indulgent, premium foam arm pads offer the ultimate comfort Recliner options...
from £1941

G Plan Holmes - 3 Seat SofaG Plan Holmes - 3 Seat Sofa
G Plan Holmes3 Seat Sofa
The Holmes suite offers an elegant take on G Plan’s legendary comfort whilst also incorporating their classic design. Featuring a high back and a shorter seat for a more supportive upright sit. Stylish curves on the scroll arms, seat, and back cushions create soft lines to suit any space. Features: Handcrafted in the UK A choice of standard pieces and small scale pieces available...
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from £1976


G Plan RileyLarge Sofa
Riley embodies sophistication and with full, sumptuous seats provides unquestionable comfort. Stylish flared arm and back detailing provide contemporary design. Features: Handcrafted in the UK Soft, indulgent, premium foam arm pads offer the ultimate comfort Recliner options available across the range in a choice of manual or power motions All power recliner options come with touch...
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from £2107




G Plan Seattle2 Seat Sofa
The Seattle suite provides clean, straight lines and sleek arm details, adding contemporary elegance to any space. The crisp tailoring details, paired with full and sumptuous cushions provide a beautiful balance of style and comfort. Features: Handcrafted in the UK Soft, indulgent, premium foam arm pads offer the ultimate comfort Recliner options available across the range in a choice...
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from £2013

Frequently Asked Questions

G Plan sofas and chairs, crafted from high-quality timber and featuring comfortable padded seats and backrests, offer a sense of sophistication and refinement. From sofas to armchairs, G Plan chairs complement the brand's sofas helping you create a cohesive and inviting living space. Their commitment to quality craftsmanship is evident in every detail of its sofas and chairs. The brand meticulously selects high-quality timber, such as mahogany and oak, and employ traditional hand-finishing techniques to create furniture that is not only stylish but also durable and long-lasting.

Throughout its history, G Plan has continuously introduced innovative designs, adapting to changing trends while maintaining its signature style. The brand's sofas and chairs have graced homes worldwide, becoming timeless classics that embody the essence of British furniture design.

What does the name stand for?

The name "G Plan" has a fascinating and somewhat mysterious origin. It was not the brand's original name, which was E Gomme Ltd., named after Ebenezer Gomme, the founder of the company in 1898. The name was adopted in 1953, under the leadership of Donald Gomme, Ebenezer's grandson. There are two popular theories about the origin of the name. One theory suggests that it was a marketing ploy to make the brand sound more modern and streamlined, aligning with the post-war spirit of innovation and progress. The name could be seen as a fresh start for the company, shedding the association with its more traditional roots. Another theory suggests that the name may have been inspired by the brand's signature loose cushions, which could be easily rearranged and interchanged. These cushions were marketed as "G Plan's Adjustable Plan," and the name may have evolved from this phrase.

Regardless of its exact origin, the name "G Plan" has become synonymous with British furniture design, embodying the brand's commitment to quality craftsmanship, innovative designs, and enduring style. The name has stood the test of time, becoming a recognisable symbol of the brand's legacy.

What is G Plan Furniture made from?

G Plan furniture has been crafted from a variety of materials throughout its rich history, reflecting the evolving trends and preferences of the time. However, the brand has always adhered to a commitment to quality materials that ensure the durability and longevity of its furniture pieces.

In the early days, furniture was predominantly made from teak wood, a natural material known for its strength, stability, and resistance to moisture. Teak also possesses a warm, honey-coloured hue that lends itself to a variety of finishes. As G Plan embraced a more contemporary aesthetic in the post-war era, the use of solid mahogany and oakwood increased. These woods offered a darker, more sophisticated look, complementing the clean lines and geometric forms of the brand's designs. Mahogany and oak also possessed a rich grain pattern that added depth and visual interest to the furniture pieces.

In recent years, the company has incorporated a wider range of materials into its furniture designs, including veneers, laminates, and even metal accents. These materials offer a diverse range of finishes and textures, allowing G Plan to remain at the forefront of contemporary furniture design.

Throughout its history, G Plan has consistently prioritised the use of high-quality materials that ensure the durability and longevity of its furniture pieces. This commitment to quality has been a key factor in the brand's enduring success, making the brand a sought-after addition to homes worldwide.

Is all G Plan Furniture marked?

Yes, all the furniture is marked with a unique brand identification label. This label can be found on the back or underside of the furniture, and typically consists of the logo, the production year, and a serial number. The logo itself has evolved over time, but it has always been a stylised 'G' with the word 'Plan' below it. The production year is typically indicated by a three-digit number, such as '53' for furniture produced in 1953. The serial number is a unique identifier for the individual piece of furniture.

The label can be helpful in dating G Plan furniture, as well as in identifying authentic pieces from reproductions. However, it is important to note that not all of their furniture was branded, especially in the early years of the company's history. Some pieces may have only a small, embossed logo, or no markings at all.

Despite this, most G Plan furniture can be identified by its distinctive design features, such as its clean lines, elegant proportions, and use of high-quality materials. If you are unsure whether a piece of furniture is made by them, you can consult with an expert or search for similar pieces online to compare the design and markings.