Northcroft Fabrics This firm produces traditional upholstery fabrics, from silks and damasks to velvets. Available from Redloh House Fabrics. The vibrant designs are inspired by patterns and motifs collected on her travels, whether it be an ancient bronze Roman doorhandle, a detail from a rooftop in Amalfi, or an insignia spotted in Marrakesh set against saffron silk. Our ultimate edit of textile brands.
Also offers a broad selection of trimmings and tiebacks. Joss Graham This West London shop is a fabulous source of textiles from around the world. Look out for the bins full of amazing offcuts. Ian Sanderson Established in the 1960s, this Newbury-based family-run business excels at timeless checks, plaids and stripes.
The attractive range of homeware includes cushions, bedding, rugs and blankets.
Kirsten Hecktermann This Suffolk-based textile designer produces velvets and linens that are hand-dyed or hand-painted in a broad spectrum of muted colours. Korla Cotton and linen are presented in striking geometric prints and painterly washes. Plus, look out for her wooden spoons, which are made by hand in Kenya. It can also reproduce historic fabrics; in the past, it has worked with stately homes to help recreate Tudor designs for the New York Metropolitan Opera.
Nya Nordiska This German manufacturer wows with graphic plaids, sporty pleats and botanical patterns in a wide range of materials. Dovecote Studios This galleried Edinburgh studio, housed in a renovated Victorian swimming-pool hall, is a great place to watch tapestry-weavers at work.
Fermoie Hand-drawn patterns and classic stripes in superb colours. Kvadrat This Danish brand works with world-class designers such as Patricia Urquiola and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to produce deluxe textiles using advanced techniques. Colefax and Fowler Established in the 1930s, this British brand remains the longest standing interior design firm in the UK.
The designers also take commissions. Facebook Twitter Mail Instagram Search for: Greenwich Peninsula. Luma The linens, silks and wools that this company uses are environmentally friendly and produced in an ethical way its supplier in India is an official Fairtrade partner with Oxfam and Greenpeace.
Expect to find kilim rugs, dhurries and embroidered cotton quilts alongside a fantastic array of artwork and other accessories. She uses these to create everything from embroidered cushions to curtains and wall panels.
Like what you see? It sells a staggering selection of materials, including patterns by designer brands, plus all of the trimmings.
Its flagship store on the Fulham Road houses its decorating brands Colefax and Fowler, Jane Churchill, Manuel Canovas and Larsen, and is a treasure trove of fabrics and wallpapers. Kirkby Design High-performance, large-scale geometric weaves and sophisticated plains available in soft neutrals and fabulous brights.