About Tetrad

Forty five years ago Tetrad took the first steps towards becoming one of the UK’s finest upholstery businesses. Their expert craftsmanship and pride in their beautifully hand-crafted furniture, have elevated them to an industry leading position.

Based out of our factory in Lancashire, England, Tetrad use only the finest materials to give the best and most beautiful furniture possible.

All Tetrad sofas, chairs and stools are made to a terrifically high standard with hardwood frames which are built to last, coupled with a variety of suspension options and covered in high quality fabric or hide thus giving you both choice and fine quality.

Tetrad understand that your furniture is not just functional but also very much a central feature of your home, our team of designers work tirelessly to develop new designs and ranges which will suit all tastes and fit any home.


Tetrad & Harris Tweed

Heritage, style and comfort are all words which link Tetrad and the historical Harris Tweed.

Combining Tetrads signature expert craftsmanship with the hard wearing and prestigious Harris Tweed creates a collection which exudes quality and style whilst also typifying just what makes Britain great – that wonderful sense of heritage, quality and tradition. Hatfields are pleased to offer the wonderful combination of Tetrad and Harris Tweed in a NEW range of exquisite upholstery, now on show in-store.


A Brief History of Harris Tweed

From time immemorial, the inhabitants of the Outer Hebrides of Scotland have woven a beautiful and intricate cloth which the world knows simply as Harris Tweed. The islanders produce this luxury cloth entirely by hand and have long been known for the excellence of their weaving.

Over the decades Harris Tweed was embraced by the world. From royalty and landed gentry to Hollywood icons and the finest designers of couture; the fabric became a wardrobe staple, a must-have item for discerning customers across the globe.

This was further consolidated when the Harris Tweed Authority was created in 1993 by an Act of Parliament. Thus the definition of Harris Tweed became statutory and forever tied the cloth to the Islands.

Harris Tweed remains truly of its time, a cloth that rises above fad and fashion. As age-old skills are passed on from one generation to the next, the beloved cloth will always be made by local artisans in this, one of the most remote places in the world, to the same exacting standards and forever meeting the needs of customers across the world who seek a luxury fabric, longevity and value, style and timeless quality.

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