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.
Claire Gaudion designs contemporary rugs and fabrics for modern interiors, innovating with colour, pattern and texture. Their design studio also provides a custom design service for rugs. Claire Gaudion’s contemporary rugs and textiles offer a variety of intricately crafted patterns, weaves and textures, each with a unique story, steeped in tradition in both their design and manufacture. Rugs are produced in collaboration with Momo Rugs, members of Care and Fair, an industry initiative of the European carpet trade.
Copper & Silk's tailor-made custom lampshade service is fast, reliable and now available online. Quality is second to none. Custom shades are purchased regularly by top interior designers to furnish the most beautiful properties in the world. With over 70,000 possible combinations of fabric, size, shape and finish in the range, there is something suitable for any setting. Copper & Silk also sell their stylish and well-priced range of silk douppion, linen and satin fabrics by the metre, ideal for curtains, light upholstery and cushions.
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.
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.
Classic French florals and Oriental inspired designs are Kate’s signature looks, all printed on pure linen in England, along with a small collection of beautiful plains, velvets and cottons, complementing the wider range of patterned and striped linens. Sold by the metre or made up into cushions and lampshades and more. Also handmade floral wallpapers printed in England, to accompany the Kate Forman fabric range.
Distinctive and individual, Kirsten's work is a combination of modern and antique textiles (silks, linens, felts, velvets), many of them hand-dyed and embellished with her own unique style of embroidery, put together to create cushions, wall hangings and other soft furnishings. She also takes on special commissions. Plus wonderful wooden and bone spoons, hand-carved in Kenya, as well as Swahili print clothing made to her designs using traditional prints.
Melina Blaxland-Horne's exquisite, statement lampshades and cushions in bold and interesting texture, colour and pattern with contrast backing. Stunning Ikats and Irish linen in a choice of 45 colours. Plus lampstands produced in any finish to clients' requirements. There are currently three ranges: Ikat, Notting Hill and Monochrome - all hand-made in England with exceptional attention to every detail.
Nushka has a wonderful selection of cushions including 'Indigo Blue' cushions woven in Central America, overstitched Indian 'Kantha' cushions and a range from Lindell & Co (pictured) in pure New Zealand wool. There's also an original range of lighting in finishes including bronze, copper and patinated terracotta, Beni Ourain sheep wool rugs from the Atlas Mountains Berber tribes, tribal art, antique saris, vintage textiles and more.