Anthropologie celebrates innovation, creativity and good design. Their look combines artfulness with vintage quirky. The lifestyle shops offer clothing, shoes, bags, jewellery and the latest in home design: furniture, beds and bedding, tableware, bathroom and interior accessories including cabinet knobs, rugs, candles, curtains, lighting, wallpaper, books and garden ornaments - from pots to tents. There's a great selection of 14 wallpapers drawn from renderings and with a hand-screened look.
Blithfield is an elegant collection of home furnishing fabrics and wallpapers, founded in 1997 by Anne Dubbs and Liz Downing. The collection is known for its extensive range of beautifully colored printed and woven designs, the majority of which are based on archival documents. Blithfield’s lovely designs are at home in both contemporary and traditional settings. The Blithfield collection includes Peggy Angus’s designs. Peggy Angus, 1904-1993, was a notable English artist and teacher, who created tile and wallpaper designs in the mid 20th century.
Bruce Fine Papers is a family-run business established in 1994, and is a leading manufacturer of traditional quality-made block-printed wallpapers. They have supplied schemes to both English Heritage and the National Trust . All their products are based on historically accurate water-based mediums, making them suitable for both the historic restoration market and for use in modern schemes. All their paper is produced to order in the UK, and can be created to bespoke colour specifications. They can produce wallpaper from any fragment for restoration work. In addition to printing their collections they also manufacture for a number of high-end design companies.
Completing the Colefax and Fowler fabric collections is a beautiful series of decorative and textured wallpapers, distinguished by refined colours.
Consultants for the historic interior, they can date or research and finally reproduce or custom colour old documents. Specialists in hand printing period designs from c.1690, their traditional wallpapers recreate the feel of a Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian or later interior. Contemporary colouring brings many designs right up to date. Suppliers of the unique Marthe Armitage wallpapers and fabrics. Visit by appointment.
Luxurious wallcoverings including gold leaf, silver leaf and metallic finishes for residential and commercial applications. Silk wallpapers, metallic weaves, metal and wood are amongst the types available. Custom designed and printed wallpaper and fabrics for residential and commercial clients. Contact by email for details. By appointment.
Pretty floral linens inspired by 19th c French designs, sold by the metre or made up into cushions, bed throws, waste paper bins, door stops, covered filing boxes, lampshades and more. New to the collection - natural plain linens, stonewashed hemp, velvets and 'Next Generation' cottons in floral, ikat or candy stripes. Also handmade floral wallpapers, printed in England, to complement the Kate Forman fabric range.
Lewis & Wood was established 25 years ago by Stephen Lewis and interior designer Joanna Wood. The company is famous for its signature Wide-Width Wallpapers. Recent launches include the ambitious V&A archive-inspired 'Spitalfields Collection', which offers a contemporary interpretation of artwork from the Huguenot period, the launch of the first student Wide-Width Wallpaper design competition, and the success of two tree-inspired designs, Beech and Bosky by artist Alexander Hamilton. Lewis & Wood is also renowned for its range of metallic versions of many papers, plus a ‘bespoke’ service offering custom printing of scale and colour.
Little Greene specialises in a range of historically-inspired wallpapers with designs drawn from the archives of English Heritage. There's also an Oriental collection influenced by Japanese kimono designs, and their latest range of eight historic designs from the 1950s archives at Manchester's Whitworth Art Gallery, originally commissioned by the wallpaper printer John Line & Sons. Little Greene also distribute Sandberg fabrics and wallpapers. Available online, or by mail, phone or via distributors worldwide.
Min Hogg, who edited The World of Interiors magazine for 20 years, has channelled her love of pattern into designing a collection of wallpaper and fabrics. The pretty Seaweed Collection is printed in the UK on top-quality papers, linens, cottons and velvets. Any design can be printed in your own colours, and the scale of any pattern can be increased or decreased. Delivery is normally within 4 weeks.
'Carnation' is adapted from an antique Ottoman textile. Richly coloured to create a dramatic effect, it is printed to replicate the weave and texture of the material, so when it is hung on the wall it creates the look of fabric. This is just one of the unique designs in the Ornamenta collection.
Soane Britain wallpapers are printed exclusively in a British workshop. The expert makers employ traditional methods, such as block printing, perfected over generations, to create fine quality wallpapers. Age-old patterns are studied and their compositions and colours sensitively reworked to create new, distinctive designs. Soane's wallpapers are fresh and contemporary yet retain a sense of their exotic heritage. Each one tells a story.