The House of Eroju is a London based Leather Architectural Ironmongery and Leather Products Design firm with a provenance spanning almost 14 years established by brothers Keji and Tunde Eroju.

Born In Chelsea, South West London, Keji obtained a B.A (Hons) degree in Architecture in 1994 and worked briefly for an Architectural practice called Design Group 9 London, before partnering together with Tunde to set up the design house The House of Eroju Ltd.

Born in Chelsea, South West London, Tunde obtained an LL.B (Hons) degree in Law in 1994 and worked briefly for the solicitors firm Amoo-Gottfred solicitors in London before partnering with Keji to set up the practice.

The design firm combines both the design, manufacture and supply of high-end leather door handles with the provision of high quality craftsmanship in leather solutions; from leather walls, leather desks, leather handrails, lighting and other accessories.

Our portfolio includes Luxury Private Homes, Yachts, Luxury Hotels, Restaurants, Aviation and Royal Palaces.

The skills and expertise of our designers have enabled us carry on our commitment to our tradition of quality craftsmanship and luxury.

Our London studios combines the design of both high quality craftsmanship and high-tech precision engineered processes. Our use of leathers is second to none from the hand-picking of skins, hand-cutting of skins, hand-stitching techniques to the hands-on attention of an individual craftsperson. Each piece is instilled with passion and pride incorporating years of experience.

Below are just some of the reasons why you might want to make our products a piece of your property.

Craft skills
At the House of Eroju, artisanal skills and expertise are kept very much alive. Our leather products are hand-woven, hand-covered and hand-stitched. These skills often rely on traditional tools and only a few British houses can claim to have such level of craftsmanship.

All House of Eroju products are made from the highest quality of flawless skins by expert tanners. At the cutting stage each skin is subjected to quality testing to ensure absolute precision. Our leathers use natural tanning products and vegetable dyes. This process on our natural tanned products is the only form of protection we use in creating leather with exceptional lustre and richness of colour.

We favour waxed linen twisted thread over plastic and nylons to allow a long-lasting protection from the elements and wear. Hand-stitching methods incorporate double-lock stitching techniques and every stitch is knotted to prevent running. Where maching stitching is used the same techniques as one hand-sown are applied.

Stainless steel
Our pull handles use high-grade 316 stainless steel designed to conceal a strength and durability suited to the most arduous of environments.

We would like to thank all the following contributors to our new website.

Adam Randall

Philip Vile

Remi Abudu