Chelsea Pianos

Chelsea Pianos
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Chelsea London was founded on the famous King's Road, in the heart of Chelsea. We inherit our style from the swinging sixties and with the buzz and excitement that the area still exudes today we have created a whole new concept. Chelsea London is not just a musical instrument; it is a style statement. Whether you want a traditional look, or a modern colour to complement the theme or design of a special room, we are here to help you.

Chelsea London offers instruments at the most competitive prices in the UK. Our pianos offer fantastic value for money and marry the best in design, tone and reliability, to bring a unique playing experience to beginners and professionals alike.


You can order online safe in the knowledge that we will provide you with the highest level of attention - after all, our management has been in the musical instrument business for a quarter of a century.


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  • 251 Kings Road
    Chelsea, London
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