Well-known for their four-poster beds, Beaudesert now manufacture a range of fabrics based on antique archive designs, including figurative prints and historic Toile de Jouys. Their hand-prints are made in England and are available on linen, cotton or silk background cloths.
Unusual and rare fabrics of the highest quality: fine weaves, velvets and silks, beautiful prints. Unique hand-embroidered fabrics of exceptional intricacy.
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.
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 fabric collection includes embroidered sprigs, flora, fauna, and vines as well as prints, checks and co-ordinating trimmings.
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.
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.
de Le Cuona is acclaimed for its luxurious textiles most notably the extensive collection of linen, wool paisley, cashmere sheers and textured cloths such as velvet and corduroy that all work together to accomplish a look of relaxed luxury. There is a classic cushions range and a bespoke service. As well as the palette, it’s the finish that gives these fabrics something special. Bernie de Le Cuona’s passion for, ‘strong colours and textures of Africa, but mixed with a quintessentially English lifestyle’ has created her distinct aesthetic. 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 distribute fabrics, wallcoverings and accessories by The Royal Collection, Ralph Lauren Home, William Yeoward and Christian LaCroix. View the full range of Designers Guild' fabrics and wallpapers online or at their flagship stores and leading interior design and decorator showrooms.
Evitavonni unveils two tightly edited fabric collections each year, in Spring and Autumn. Each fabric exhibits the exceptional beauty, craftsmanship and quality that you would expect of a couture design house. Produced by specialist weavers around the world and focused on natural fibres such as wool, linen and silk, Evitavonni’s fabrics combine luxurious textures, intricate embroidery, warm colour schemes and subtle sheens, to create a relaxed yet refined ambience.
Renowned interior designer Guy Goodfellow's original fabric and wallpaper collection was created in collaboration with textile designer Jaine McCormack. The range of prints, weaves, embroideries and wallpapers is manufactured by specialist weavers and printers in the U.K. and embroiderers in India. Designs in the collection are drawn from commissioned work, one-off vintage pieces from around the world and design classics reinterpreted for contemporary interiors. Working closely with interior designers, the Guy Goodfellow Collection can provide bespoke designs and colourways.
Ian Sanderson Fabrics has been designing and producing fabric for upholstery and soft furnishings since 1962. Their collections are inspired by modern day living with bold explorations into historical and traditional designs. Classic linens are featured alongside sumptuous velvets, and a solid core of plain and semi plain fabrics are complemented by an eclectic range of elaborate prints and weaves, ranging from contemporary geometrics to traditional tickings. Recent launches include the Bylina Collection, inspired by the opulence of Russian classics such as Dr Zhivago, and the Appleshaw Collection which has a strong French influence and comprises natural linens, wools, jute and embroidery in a palette of country colours.
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.