Lewis & Wood

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 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 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.