Campbell Marson London.
A history of wood since 1924.
I am immensely proud of my Campbell Marson heritage. My grandparents started the business in London back in 1924. They quickly saw an opening for quality wood flooring, and since then the company has been at the forefront of designer wooden flooring. The company has installed hardwood flooring into some of the most prestigious homes, hotels and royal palaces throughout the world, with a client list including The Tate Modern, The Lanesborough and Dorchester Hotels, Madame Tussaud’s, Christies Auctioneers, The Royal Ballet School, The Victoria and Albert Museum and many more. It really has been a great honour to have been involved with such wonderful places, and such high profile people.
With a history in wood going back over 90 years, and a passion and expertise that is unrivalled, the wooden floors are now made by Campbell Marson’s sister company Turgon, who continue the tradition of fine hand made floors, leaving Campbell Marson to continue manufacturing a range of some of the most exclusive wooden eyewear ever made.
Campbell Marson’s designers and cabinet makers have worked together to push the boundaries of engineering to the limits, in order to create the ultimate in fashion and style, by using some of the rarest and most exclusive wood on earth, sourced from around the globe, they have also created some of the most unusual designs ever seen in wood, resulting in an exclusive range of veneers created in their London workshops.
I hope you love the products as much as Campbell Marson love making them.