Bond's leather chair in SPECTRE
In SPECTRE, we get to take a look at James Bond's flat in London and in it we can see a Leather Chairs of Bath 'Amsterdam' leather chair.
The chair can be seen in the image of Bond's flat on top of this page. In the film, the chair is located in front of the window, and Bond sits on the chair when he talks to Moneypenny.
Owner of the company, Nick Loxton personally dealt with the studio set designers, including 5 time Academy Award nominee Anna Pinnock (who worked on SkyFall, Quantum of Solace and SPECTRE) to create the perfect chair for Bond. The 'Amsterdam' model was selected and a colour was decided upon (see image on the left for a picture of a chair with the same colour as Bond's chair).
The 'Bond' Amsterdam chair is available to order Leather Chairs of Bath £1495.
Amsterdam leather chair
Width: 895 mm (35")
Height: 840 mm (33")
Depth: 800 mm (31")
The address of the apartment is 1 Stanley Gardens (Bond's balcony looks out on Stanley Crescent) in Notting Hill.
Other items in Bond's apartment include the Royal Doulton Jack Bulldog statue, The Macallan 18 year old whisky, an Anglepoise Original 1227 desk lamp and a Sony flat screen tv, possibly the X900C model.
Thanks to Joseph Malott for the ID