All fabrics are available for upholstery, curtains and blind commissions as well as separately by the metre.
Lewis & Wood is a British supplier of beautiful and unusual fabrics from Mediterranean and French 18th century influenced designs to those inspired by collections at the V&A and the arts and crafts movement. Made in heavy Scottish linens and silk Sptialfield weavers these fabrics offer a wonderful range of delicate floral designs.
James Hare was established in 1865 and is still a family run business. They specialise in silk production and are one of the world leaders in luxury fabric for both the interiors world and the fashion industry. Their extensive collections offer a stunning array of silks and now other upholstery and curtain fabrics, with particularly beautiful braids which can lift a piece to the next level.
Based on the Isle of Bute, the mill was founded in 1947 by the 5th Marquess of Bute with the sole purpose of providing employment opportunities for service people returning home from the Second World War. Bute Fabrics produces some of the most technically advanced woollen fabrics in the industry and use the island’s natural colours, textures and patterns in their designs making them bold, bright and contemporary.
This luxury interior design house is based in Hackney, London, offers traditionally woven fabrics printed in England using materials of the finest quality. From sumptuous British velvets, cotton-linens and jacquards, they use contemporary patterns inspired by nature and with a nod to William Morris, balancing design with eco friendly
Ian Mankin, British weavers of designer furnishing fabrics, was founded in 1983 and is renowned for new and stylish interpretations of natural and organic fabrics in a simple yet timeless palette of colours. It is famous for ticking designs which are all woven at their weaving mill in Burnley, Lancashire.
At Coromandel, their completely hand stitched embroidered fabrics are made with designs which reflect crewels early English heritage. From Tudor & Jacobean times these fabrics reference historic motifs from tapestries of the 16th / 17th centuries and paintings of the Renaissance. They produce authentic fabrics full of character and made using traditional artisan methods.
Christopher Farr Cloth was created by Michal Silver with partners Christopher Farr and Matthew Bourne. Cloth’s creative direction has been underpinned by a commitment to the finest materials, traditional craftsmanship. They collaborate with designers worldwide and the collection is produced by a very selective group of craftsmen. All designs are hand- and screen-printed at a family owned printer in the U.K. The woven textiles are produced in European artisanal mills