Notting Hill Showroom 20 All Saints Road, London W11 1HG
020 3039 3322
Fulham Showroom 160 Wandsworth Bridge Road, London SW6 2UH
020 7384 0426
Islington Showroom 69 Cross Street, London N1 2BB
020 7704 6594
Outlet Shelton Lodge, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG23 5JJ
Prêt à Vivre is a specialised retailer with four showrooms, offering made to measure curtains and blinds in London from an extensive range of fabrics. They can work from your own measurements or provide a measuring and installation services. They are experts in supplying cost effective solutions for all window types including traditional sash, bay and dormer windows, bi-folding doors & large glazed areas, modern apartments with floor to ceiling windows, as well as electric tracks for curtains and electric blinds which can be controlled by remote or integrated into any home automation system. They are committed to offering an efficient and personalised service from start to finish, on projects from single rooms and small apartments to entire houses.
3 Bridge Street, Witney, Oxfordshire OX28 1BY
A hub for British craftsmanship, Derwent House Living brings together some of the finest makers of furniture, upholstery, hand-printed, hand-blocked, embroidered and woven fabrics and hand-crafted accessories, from art, basketry and cushions to unique pottery, lamps and glass. It is a destination for all who are searching for something distinctive for their homes. Apart from the range on offer, there's an interior design advisory service, re-upholstery, furniture renovation, curtain making and bespoke commissions. There's also a selection of reclaimed, upcycled, vintage and antique furniture and one-off, difficult to source, unusual ornaments and interior accessories.
Worlds End Studio, 132-134 Lots Road, London SW10 0RJ
The Design Archives range includes seven distinct patterned and plain collections offering a range of colours from bold and vibrant oranges and yellows, through to a subtle pastel palette, in a selection of quality linen, wool and cotton base cloths, all of which are produced in the UK and are ideal for upholstery and curtains. The brand new “Shala” collection is a stunning addition to the brands' portfolio, with a classic French toile, a botanically inspired chinoiserie and detailed floral Indian design. The showroom is based in Lots Road, Chelsea and welcomes visitors to browse the collections by appointment.
9 Langton Street, London SW10 0JL
020 7384 2975
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, delicate weaves and geometrics. All are hand-blocked, digital or screen-printed on cottons, linens and velvet 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.
By appointment: 285 New King's Road, London SW6 4RD
020 7371 9255
A wide selection of dupion and silk damasks and jacquards. Pictured: paper-backed wallpaper – most silks can be paper backed – this supplier is based in the UK and the majority of fabrics are in stock with over 50 types of silk to choose from. The supplier has also shown a headboard in matching jacquard silk. Find an extensive range of upholstery fabrics: chenilles, weaves, crewels and tapestries. Also, flame-proofed textiles in cotton trevira, linen, hessian, faux suede, moleskin, voile and muslin. House Couturier specialises in bespoke hand-finished curtains, blinds and soft furnishings. Trade and retail welcome. Samples available upon request.
By appointment only, Mulberry House, Northchapel, Petworth, West Sussex GU28 9HP
+44 (0)77 1032 2558
Porcupine Rocks' interiors collection exclusively showcases inspiring and unique fabrics from South Africa, chosen for their bold colours, eclectic patterns and creative histories. Design Director Paula Goodburn is a fourth-generation South African and with an innate love for colour and layered pattern she has discovered a number of very talented textile designers, all based in her mother country. Each fabric is designed and printed in South Africa and brings something different to the British textiles scene. With sustainability at the forefront of its studio dynamic, Porcupine Rocks' designers always work with 100% natural fibres; cottons, linens and hemps are each sustainably and locally sourced. Bespoke commissions and collaborations are available, including oversized headboards, multi-panelled sofas, lampshades, curtains and eye-catching ottomans.
Head Office: Chalfont House, Oxford Road, Denham UB9 4DX
020 3457 5862
Showroom: 118-119 First Floor, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, London SW10 0XE
020 3903 3700
The home of iconic British brands, Style Library's 280 sq.m. state of the art showroom in Chelsea Harbour displays a diverse range of home and interior design products under one roof: fabrics, wallpapers, bedlinen, rugs and paints. Zoffany, Harlequin, Sanderson, Morris & Co, Scion, Anthology, Clarke & Clarke and Walter G are the companies under the Style Library umbrella, providing colour, texture, craftsmanship and great design. You'll find a myriad of printed, plain and woven fabrics for curtains, blinds, upholstery and cushions.
421 Design Centre East, Chelsea Harbour, London SW10 0XE
020 7352 9977
Tissus d'Helene is a haven for textile and wallpaper designers from England, France, Italy, Belgium and America, whose belief is to maintain the highest standards in their craft. There are many prints, some traditional and others more modern, inspired by French Ottoman Persian and Indian design. There are others such as China Seas and Alan Campbell whose timeless geometric designs from the 70s and later are still printed to order. There are beautiful linen weaves and velvets as well as Venetian prints and Italian and English silks, appliqué and embroidery. Since many of these textiles are printed, woven or embroidered to order, a lot of custom work is undertaken.