Kensington Chesterfield Loveseat RM-211

The Kensington Chesterfield Tufted Loveseat

From 2,299.00 USD

This charming Chesterfield Loveseat is a centerpiece worth investing in.
Cuir Vintage Rose & Moore

Top grain Leather R&M

Our top grain leather is made from the very top layer of the grain, where the fibers are the most dense, making it the most durable and water-resistant. The dyes are gently massaged into the leather by hand and allowed to dry to ensure a beautifully toned patina. It will look more and more beautiful with use.


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We provide free curbside delivery for all our items within the 48 contiguous states (except to a few remote areas and zip codes that require a delivery surcharge). Standard deliveries are made to your front door (if the destination is an apartment or multi-unit building, the order will be delivered to the front door of the building, but not to your apartment door).

Room of choice delivery is available on a per-quote basis, please contact us prior to ordering with the items you are interested in and your shipping address to obtain a shipping quote.

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Kensington Chesterfield Loveseat RM-211
Kensington Tufted Loveseat
Back of the Kensington Chesterfield Loveseat
Armrest of the Kensington Chesterfield Loveseat

The Kensington Chesterfield Tufted Loveseat

The Chesterfield Loveseat sofa from Rose & Moore will enrich your interior with its characteristic British vintage touch. This historic sofa born in the 18th century became in the course of time a vintage, pop and rock icon. The Chesterfield sofa may have its roots in 18th-century design, but it has been adapted and evolved to work in even the most contemporary of spaces.  A touch of classic in a modern space looks fresh and intriguing.

The Kensington Chesterfield  is 24” wider than this two-seater version which makes the Loveseat perfect for smaller spaces or bedrooms. It is the essence of everything it means to be a legendary Chesterfield from wide diamond tufts to brass nailhead trim, a sloped back and rolling plush arms; it is a thing of beauty you will never tire of. The Kensington is different to the Original Chesterfield in the number of tufts, its dimensions and its extremely practical wheeled feet.

With two thick, padded, welcoming cushions made of 100% top-grain authentic leather, the Chesterfield sofa offers the very best in comfort. A Chesterfield is a centrepiece worth investing in and at Rose & Moore our master artisans pay attention to every detail so you get the best quality product in both look and comfort.



  • Two-seater perfect for smaller spaces or bedrooms
  • Original Chesterfield timeless design
  • Luxury at your fingertips with only top-grain leather  
  • Four wheeled feet for easy mobility
  • Original elevated rolled arms and sloped back
  • Hand-riveted, firm and durable tufting on back and arms



  • Width: 70.1"
  • Depth: 38.6"
  • Height: 29.1"
  • Interior seat width: 45.7"
  • Seat depth: 24.8"
  • Seat height: 19.3"
  • Leg height: 4.7"
  • Seat cushion height: 7"
  • Weight: 141 lbs

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The History of the Chesterfield Sofa

The Chesterfield Sofa is way more than a fine piece of furniture; it is a chunk of history.

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, acknowledged to be the most authoritative record of the English language, the word Chesterfield was already in use in the 1800s to describe a type of tufted leather couch. Theories abound as to its origins, but history suggests that it was Lord Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield (1694-1773), who first commissioned a sofa with soft leather upholstery, deep buttoning, tufted patterns and low back and seat base. Besides being an admired politician and writer close to Voltaire, the Earl was also a well-known trendsetter. Rumor has it that he would have entrusted the manufacturing of the sofa to a local craftsman with the requirement that an aristocrat shall sit comfortably without creasing his clothing. The craftsman created the diamond tufting by threading through the leather and securing the ends of the thread by a button.

With the expansion of the British Empire it rapidly spread and met success in the colonies, becoming the emblematic incarnation of British style. Honoring royal palaces, eminent work places, hotels, restaurants, and other Gentlemen’s Clubs; in turns a vintage, retro, pop and rock icon, the Chesterfield Sofa remains the height of sophistication.