Major Fabric Companies

 8A High Street, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 1DS

 01531 632083

 info@tinsmiths.co.uk

 www.tinsmiths.co.uk

Tinsmiths are delighted to announce its own 2019 Fabric Collection to complement their affordable traditional woven cotton tickings, striped, checked and patterned natural fabrics, the majority of which are made in the UK & Europe - plus a huge choice of 100% linen fabrics in a variety of weights and colours. Their range includes lining fabrics, curtain poles and haberdashery so you can start curtain-making with all the sundries you need for the job. If you would like Tinsmiths to make curtains for you there's a dedicated website explaining the ordering process with a great gallery of examples. Tinsmiths’ upholstery fabrics are all tested for durability and include wool plaids, herringbones and heavyweight linens for traditional fixed upholstery and for loose covers. Tinsmiths’ Ledbury shop hold stock and provide a free on-line sampling service to make sure the customer gets exactly what they require.  

 261 Fulham Road, London SW3 6HY

 020-7352 5594

 showroom@beaumontandfletcher.com

 www.beaumontandfletcher.com

Unusual and rare fabrics of the highest quality: fine weaves, velvets and silks, beautiful prints. Unique hand-embroidered fabrics of exceptional intricacy.

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 07808 001988

 enquiries@clothandclover.co.uk

 www.clothandclover.co.uk

Cloth & Clover’s designer Tania McIvor looks to the past when designing her fabric range, in particular to antique printed textiles and traditional arts and crafts. The fabrics have a rustic prettiness and are evocative of the faded comfort of historic country house interiors. Keen to support British craftsmanship, Cloth & Clover’s designs are printed in England on a Scottish linen base cloth.

 Retail showroom: 110 Fulham Road, London SW3 6HU

 020 7244 7427


 Trade showroom: G2 Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, London SW10 0XE

 020 7351 0666


 www.colefax.com

Tradition and timeless elegance define the essentially English brand. A collection characterised by subtle colours and sophisticated designs, using advanced printing and weaving techniques. Featured alongside renowned Colefax classic florals, is an extensive range of striking silk and linen embroideries, luxurious velvets and weaves.

 Worlds End Studio, 132-134 Lots Road, London SW10 0RJ

 020-7349 7018

 info@thedesignarchives.com

 www.thedesignarchives.com

The Design Archives is the brainchild of Sharon Crowson whose family business, Crowson Fabrics, established in 1978, became one of the world’s leading producers, designers and suppliers of home furnishings. Sharon has taken on the huge archive of designs curated by her father and has created a series of fabric collections, bringing to life some of the archive’s most beautiful designs. There are five distinctive collections, which which offer a range of colours from bold and vibrant oranges and yellows through to a subtler pastel palette, in a range of quality linen, wool and cotton base cloths, all of which are produced in the UK.

 9 Langton Street, London SW10 0JL

 020 7384 2975

 tiffany@pennymorrison.com

 www.thefabriccollective.com

A carefully curated collection of beautifully printed fabrics from a group of highly talented artisan designers, who work on their fabrics with huge artistic input and love. Each designer creates their own very individual designs: delightful florals naïve etchings, Turkish and Indian inspired motifs, muted abstracts and delicate weaves.  All are hand- blocked or screen-printed on natural fabrics. The collections have been chosen for their own creative stories; an eclectic mix that weaves together to create a cohesive mix.  Designers develop their collections in their own time rather than routinely launching new collections each Spring and Autumn.

 Colefax and Fowler, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, London, , SW10 0XE

 020 7351 0666


 Colefax and Fowler, 110 Fulham Road, London, , SW3 6HU

 020 7244 7427


 www.janechurchill.com

Jane Churchill designs present a young, fashionable outlook on English style. Fabric collections include a colourful series of designs and textiles and delightful patterns for nurseries and playrooms. A recent addition to the Jane Churchill’s signature collection is the contemporary fabric line ‘Atmosphere’. This exciting new range of fabrics offers a palette of neutrals and metallics appearing across velvets, weaves and jacquards in luxurious graphics and abstract embroideries.

 Sutton Manor Farm, Bishops Sutton, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 0AA

 01962 732244

 kate@kateforman.co.uk

 www.kateforman.co.uk

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.

 Colefax and Fowler, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, London, , SW10 0XE

 020 7351 0666


 Colefax and Fowler, 110 Fulham Road, London, , SW3 6HU

 020 7244 7427


 www.larsenfabrics.com

Larsen’s distinctive eye-catching designs integrate historic hand-woven and contemporary weaving methods to create textured fabrics with an authentic graphic touch. Enduring textile traditions are observed in pure geometric patterns, cutting-edge embroideries, luxurious weaves and stunning sheers using the finest linen and silk. Larsen is resolutely contemporary showing supreme sophistication by merging beautiful yarns and colours with timeless design.

 Woodchester Mill, North Woodchester, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 5NN

 01453 878517

 office@lewisandwood.co.uk


 London showroom 105-106 Design Centre East, Chelsea Harbour, London, , SW10 0XF

 020 7751 4554

 office@lewisandwood.co.uk


 www.lewisandwood.co.uk

Lewis & Wood was established 25 years ago by Stephen Lewis and interior designer Joanna Wood. The company is renowned for it’s bold botanical and floral designs, Toile de Jouy, a stunning range of colourful printed velvets, plain linen, taffetas and merino wool. Recent launches include the V&A archive-inspired ‘Spitalfields Collection’ which offers a contemporary interpretation of 17th century Huguenot artists work as fabric and wallpaper, the ‘Eastern Promise’ linen collection which was inspired by the magnificent textiles and ceramics of the Middle East and Central Asia, and a new collaboration with textile collector Susan Deliss to produce ‘Batik’ - an exotic weave in 10 jewel colourways.