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 selection of quilt and duvet sets plus cushions, throws and bolsters with the iconic Anthropologie look.
Cushions made from their range of hand-embroidered fabrics: birds, butterflies, bugs, vines & leaves and other quirky themes. Plus cushions and accessories made from vintage textiles in patchwork or flag designs. Framed, ready for hanging, destination posters, many from the old London Routemaster buses, are new to the range.
Chelsea Textiles was formed in 1992 to faithfully recreate antique textiles, cushions and furnishing accessories. They pride themselves on meticulous research and use of authentic materials and colours, great attention to detail and hand-crafting. The collection includes cushions in wool needlepoint hand-made to 18th and 19th century designs. Plus embroidered cushions with animal, botanical, floral and vine motifs as well as contemporary patterns and a new range of Ottoman-inspired designs by Alidad.
Crescent Upholstery creates stunning furniture to the highest standards - chairs, sofas, chaises longues, footstools, screens and cushions, in beautiful fabrics from leading suppliers, including William Morris, Sanderson and GP & J Baker. They can arrange delivery anywhere in the U.K. A lifetime of experience and skill is lavished on each piece, from the smallest footstool to their classic winged armchair.
de Le Cuona is acclaimed for its luxurious linen, wool paisley and textured cloths such as silk velvet and rich corduroy, that all work together to accomplish a look of relaxed luxury and understated glamour. These fabrics are available in the Classic and Bespoke cushion collection. The Classic Cushions are popular with interior designers and give the finishing touch to interior schemes. Materials range from linen, velvet, wool and leather with details covering buttons and buckles, linen and leather flange to timeless self-piping. de Le Cuona has flagship showrooms in London, New York and Moscow as well as distributors worldwide.
Established in 1970 by Tricia Guild, Designers Guild designs and wholesales furnishing fabrics, wallcoverings, upholstery and bed and bath collections worldwide. They also have a stunning range of cushions in fabrics from The Royal Collection, William Yeoward, Howard Hodgkin, Christian LaCroix and Designers Guild's own collection. View the cushions online or in their flagship stores and showrooms.
Dora Fabrics' mission is to provide beautiful, handmade natural fabrics made in a manner kind to the environment, using natural dyes, water-based inks and pure, natural linen. Created in her studio in the South Downs by pattern-maker and printer Sarah Burns, natural dyes are harvested locally and graphic patterns are inspired by the Downs, ancient tracks and villages nearby. You can also contact Dora Fabrics if you would like to commission a bespoke design; and view the website for dates and details of workshops in pattern making, natural dying and other fascinating subjects.
Evitavonni's classic collection of cushions and throws is made in woven silk, wool, linen and natural blends in tones of subtle gold and elegant grey, navy and taupe. Throws coordinate with both their fabric and bed linen ranges and are woven in pure wool, silk and linen.
Unique felt rugs from the Mountains of Heaven. Felt's extensive collection of 100% wool rugs are traditionally hand made by the nomadic peoples of Kyrgyzstan, with magnificent symbolic patterns representing life in the mountains. From bold bright colours to subtle neutrals, they suit both traditional and contemporary interiors, whether on the floor or hung on the wall. Beautiful sofa and floor cushions also in stock. Special commissions accepted.
Fine Cell Work is a charity and social enterprise that runs rehabilitation projects in 30 British prisons by training prisoners in paid, skilled, creative needlework, undertaken in the long hours spent in their cells, to foster hope, discipline and self-belief. The work produced in prison includes stitching needlepoint and embroidered cushions, bags, wall hangings and patchwork quilts. Products are of a superb quality as prisoners are taught by experienced volunteers, including members of the Embroiderers and Quilters Guilds. They can also be commissioned to produce high quality bespoke pieces at competitive prices.
The soft furnishings company House Couturier specialises in bespoke hand finished curtains, blinds, cushions and all soft furnishings. They can make up in customers' own fabrics or from designer ranges in sumptuous silk, velvet, linen, cotton and many unique fabrics. There's an original selection of cushions which add glamour and originality to your interior scheme.
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.