A carefully curated collection of beautifully printed fabrics and wallpapers from a group of highly talented artisan designers who work on their collections 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. Each collections has been chosen for its own creative stories. Several of the designers have separate wallpaper collections and a selection of the fabric designs can be printed as wallpapers on request. Designers develop their collections in their own time rather than routinely launching new collections each Spring and Autumn.
Consultants for the historic interior, they can date or research and finally reproduce or custom colour old documents. Specialists in hand printing period designs from c.1690, their traditional wallpapers recreate the feel of a Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian or later interior. Contemporary colouring brings many designs right up to date. Suppliers of the unique Marthe Armitage wallpapers and fabrics. Visit by appointment.
Lewis & Wood was established 25 years ago by Stephen Lewis and interior designer Joanna Wood. The company is famous for its signature Wide-Width Wallpapers. Recent launches include the ambitious V&A archive-inspired 'Spitalfields Collection', which offers a contemporary interpretation of artwork from the Huguenot period, the launch of the first student Wide-Width Wallpaper design competition, and the success of two tree-inspired designs, Beech and Bosky by artist Alexander Hamilton. Lewis & Wood is also renowned for its range of metallic versions of many papers, plus a ‘bespoke’ service offering custom printing of scale and colour.
The home of six 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 and Anthology are the companies under the Style Library umbrella, providing colour, texture, craftsmanship and great design. There's everything from archive-inspired Morris & Co. wallpapers to contemporary Zoffany textured vinyls, Harlequin statement designs, panels and more.
Established in 1886 Thibaut is America’s oldest continuously operating wallpaper firm. Known for a fresh, inspiring colour palette with classic style, Thibaut offers a huge range of designs, ranging from historic reproductions (from French Provincial and British Colonial to Oriental and American Traditional) to damasks, stripes, grasscloths, toile, chinoiserie, tropical and novelty patterns.
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. The selection, from over 40 companies, includes prints, linen weaves, velvets, silks, appliqué and embroidery. A lot of custom colouring work is undertaken. Plus grasscloth wallcoverings from Tyler Hall, custom-printed wallpapers and rugs from Galbraith & Paul and a selection of historic tapestries from the National Trust and the V&A, printed onto paper or linen.
Wallpaperdirect is part of the Brewers group, a family run business established in 1904, with over 150 branches in the UK. They offer over 14,000 different wallpapers, wall art and murals as well as co-ordinating bedding, fabric and interior accessories. They can also provide advice on all aspects of wallpaper decoration. Their website has an easy search facility: search by brand (Harlequin, Scion, Sanderson, Cole & Son, Designers Guild, Osborne & Little together with their house brand Albany and exclusives ranges from Layla Faye and Kerry Caffyn to name a few) or by colour, design and style. You can then view your selected wallpapers on the wall in a room setting to give you a perfect idea of scale and design; free samples are also available.