Rebecca’s exquisite hand-embroidered and hand-block printed home accessories use a mix of exquisite antique and vintage textiles combined with traditionally woven, dyed and printed West African fabrics. Rebecca’s years of experience as a textile designer enhances her creation of beautifully embroidered and embellished cushions, bed throws, accessories and commissioned textiles. Working closely with clients and interior designers, Rebecca personally creates finely crafted pieces of functional textile art for the interior and is delighted to work on bespoke commissions.
Teasel's own collection of pure new wool fabrics in soft country tweeds, chevrons, herringbones, stripes and plains comes in variety of warm, earthy, natural colours. The range is ideal for both stylish country chic or contemporary urban interiors. Teasel fabrics are sold by the metre and hand-woven in England. Their furniture collection includes classic and contemporary hand-built and made to order sofas, armchairs, occasional chairs, dining chairs, stools, ottomans, cubes, headboards, bean bags and throws.
Dora Fabrics' mission is to provide beautiful, handmade natural fabrics made in a manner kind to the environment, using natural dyes, water-based inks and pure, natural linen. Created in her studio in the South Downs by pattern-maker and printer Sarah Burns, natural dyes are harvested locally and graphic patterns are inspired by the Downs, ancient tracks and villages nearby. You can also contact Dora Fabrics if you would like to commission a bespoke design; and view the website for dates and details of workshops in pattern making, natural dying and other fascinating subjects.
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.
Rachel Winham delivers unique and timeless interior design including bespoke joinery, furniture, lighting and commissioned artwork, tailored to client, environment and budget. Providing a complete service that incorporates professional presentations, estimates, project management and installation, the results are beautiful and luxurious interiors featuring classic, refined, sophisticated design. Their own 'Design Works' service offers an interior design scheme focused on competitive fees and speed of installation in a choice of three styles: Contemporary, Eclectic or Classic - ideal for property developers, investors and private clients.
With over 26 years in the industry Nicole Salvesen and Mary Graham founded Salvesen Graham in 2013. The practice brings a fresh interpretation to traditional and classical interiors underpinned by the use of colour, texture and pattern; mixing antiques with modern design resulting in elegant, welcoming and richly layered rooms. Working closely with the client, Salvesen Graham specialise in providing a personalised and professional approach. Salvesen Graham has worked on a variety of private and commercial projects within the UK and abroad from hotels and houses to private members clubs.
PaperBoy do what they do because their aim is to make something beautiful for children. So they make wallpapers and fabrics which are very well-crafted, good quality, thoughtful and with personality - even, you might say, a sense of humour. Wallpaper and fabric for children of all ages with a sense of style and an appreciation of the unexpected. Beautiful design for the youngsters in your life. Wallpaper and fabric designs mix traditional childrens' themes with a beautiful English twist to create a lively and vibrant interior to complement grown-up style.
Nicholas Engert has developed the concept of Fourth Dimension Lighting to emphasise the importance that light plays in interior design, architecture and landscape design. He aims for lighting that is discreet, glare-free and layered to produce different effects and moods whilst recognising the importance that shadows and daylight play in the overall design. Nicholas Engert will work on one room or an entire house and will incorporate control systems for dimming and scene setting if required. Based in Berkshire the company carries out commissions in London and southern England working for both private clients, designers and builders.
Known for its eclectic mix of decorative antiques, textiles, folk art, Mid-Century design and garden antiques, this fair is known in the antiques trade as an excellent source of fresh to the market stock – hence the large queues around the building on opening day. See their website for a free ticket.
London Interior Shutters is a family business which has many years of experience in designing and installing plantation shutters and prides itself on its customer service and competitive prices. They provide an extensive choices of styles, from tier on tier shutters to unusually shaped shutters (as well as solid ‘Victorian’ shutters), in a wide variety of colours and materials. All their products come with a three year guarantee and they supply free temporary blinds with every order.
100 specialist dealers, showcasing over 30,000 individual pieces will create a shopping destination for three days of buying, learning and inspirational discovery. From traditional and vintage to mid century and contemporary, all items at the fair are stringently vetted for authenticity and quality giving buyers every confidence in their choice.
With a history of French design and craftsmanship at its core, The French Bedroom Company was established in 2006 to provide decorative furniture and luxurious beds plus complementary lighting and accessories. Specialising in French style beds and superb mattresses, the range includes bedlinen, tables, chests, armoires, seating, mirrors, screens, lighting and a particularly great selection of chandeliers. Furniture is mainly in solid timber, hand-finished with a seven stage process drawn from original methods of French and Italian craftsmen. The collections span vintage chic to contemporary design.
For over 22 years The London Shutter Company has been supplying and fitting custom made shutters. Stylish and contemporary, shutters provide warmth, privacy and light control and are available in a variety of styles for different types of window shapes: cafe, tier on tier, full height, solid panel. The London Shutter Company's range comes in a choice of over 40 paint colours and wood stains.
Suppliers of made-to-order upholstery, all inspired by mid-century Italian and French design. Each piece is skilfully handcrafted in the UK using both traditional and modern practices. Their aim is to create beautifully sculpted pieces that reflect the glamour of the 1950s and are timeless to suit any contemporary interior. The collection can be seen at their West London showroom by appointment. The lead time for made-to-order pieces is 6-8 weeks with a selection of fabrics from which to choose under their guidance. They also have a small selection of twentieth century antique mirrors, lighting, occasional furniture and decorative pieces.
Bisque’s mission is to offer beautiful but practical radiators in the most appealing colours, shapes and sizes. From timeless classics to the latest in energy efficiency designs, their radiators can be found in a wide variety of locations from The Shard to Highgrove House. In addition to a significant stock range, they also offer a bespoke service which includes made-to measure sizes, tailored curved and angled radiators and a unique colour matching service. Their long-established experience and reputation means that they can provide the perfect radiators for your project.
Whiteworks in collaboration with Hamilton Weston Wallpapers are delighted to introduce the JET Collection of Wallpapers. The inspiration for the collection is a recently discovered portfolio of wonderful hand drawn sketch designs from the 1930s and 40s produced by the eccentric and talented Joan Evelyn Thomson, who as well as living an extraordinary life was also the grandmother of Whiteworks founder, Susanna White. The freshness and energy of her original designs resonates well in a contemporary context. The wallpapers are digitally printed on high quality paper to retain the detail and originality of the artwork in original document colours as well as other colourways.
For the past 25 years Puur have been perfecting a range of seamless polished concrete and poured resin flooring and staircases, available in tones from pure white to pastel shades and vibrant colours. Puur resin floors are perfect for bathrooms and wetrooms and can be used for outdoors as well as interiors. Polished concrete and resin floors are ideal for residential and commercial applications. There are three core products in their seamless flooring range: Puur PSR (polished concrete overlay), Puur Poured Resin and Puur Microcrete. Their floors are featured in award-winning homes and businesses including Nike Covent Garden and Virgin GameZone, Manchester Airport; see Puur Floors in 23 London locations.
Larusi has long been a mecca for high-quality antique and bespoke Berber rugs and Anatolian kilims as well as colourful rag pieces. The company has also just launched a new collection of finely woven Merino throws and bedcovers and a gorgeous range of pre-washed bed, bath and table linens in subtle colours.
Maitland & Poate is a family-run business. Driven by a passion for stunning tiles and interiors, they travelled throughout Andalucia in Southern Spain, determined to find the highest quality handmade tiles, reclaimed from properties throughout Spain. The batches can vary slightly – this is what gives them their special character and charm. The company also supplies new encaustic cement tiles in stunning designs, handmade using the original techniques from Valencia and Cordoba. Plus eco friendly lime paints made in Sweden.
The Winter Art & Antiques Fair showcases 120 of the world's leading specialist dealers. Taking place for seven days, the fair brings together an unrivalled choice of over 30,000 pieces. Loved by collectors, interior designers and those looking for exceptional pieces for stylish interiors, the fair offers the finest array of objects drawn from antiquity to the present day. Every item for sale is checked by a team of experts to ensure quality and authenticity.