Adam Carpets have been manufacturing carpets for over 80 years. The brand has become synonomous for its high quality products, its innovation and its vast colourbank. Adam carpets are proud of the fact that every single carpet, in every single range they offer is manufactured at their premises in Kidderminster.View Supplier
Alternative Flooring is an award-winning lifestyle brand that brings high-quality, design-led textures, pattern and colour to carpet, rugs and runners. It has collaborated with some of the best designers to create original patterned carpets, including Ashley Hicks, Margo Selby, Ben Pentreath and Ella Doran.
Alternative are also about texture. From wool with the deep pile luxury of undyed Barefoot carpet to the extensive naturals collections of seagrass, sisal, jute and coir.View Supplier
Discover the Andrew Martin extensive archive of globally inspired fabric design, their fabric range has something for every look, style and budget. From vibrant, colourful carpet stripes and kilims, bold animal cotton prints, glamorous curtain silks, luxurious upholstery weaves and plain everyday velvets and linens, the collection has something for everybody.View Supplier
Over the years, Anna French’s business has been driven by her determination to remain bold and original. From the vibrant designs she began producing at art school in the 1960s to the big, brilliant wallpaper and fabrics that make up her collections, Anna’s style is always evolving. Her courageous use of colour and flair for the dramatic remain unchanged.
Thibaut acquired the assets of Anna French in 2007 and continue her long tradition for uniquely designed fabrics and wallcoverings with new and innovative products that are timeless.View Supplier
Art of the Loom was born out of a need to dedicate a brand to pure, natural fibre fabrics. They hope by using only; wool, linen, cotton and viscose in their ranges that people who buy their products can appreciate the luxurious feel and genuine textures of mother nature’s fibres carefully woven into both traditional and contemporary fabrics.
Whether you are looking for a pretty little ticking stripe, a classic linen union floral print or a robust woollen plaid Art of the Loom are passionate about their obligation to be the best they can be.View Supplier
Axminster Carpets is a name that has been synonymous with carpet luxury and craftsmanship for over 250 years. They are Britain’s oldest, arguably best known and most prestigious carpet designer and manufacturer. Their high quality carpets can be found in royal palaces, the best hotels, sports stadiums and private houses.View Supplier
Benjamin Thornber & Sons are based a stone’s throw away from Holmes Mill at Deanfield Works, in the heart of the Riibble Valley, where beautiful UK woven fabrics are designed and distributed to discerning customers worldwide.
The weaving expertise has been passed down through the generations from Benjamin Thornber who started the business in 1815. Throughout the generations, ancestors have all contributed their skill and craft to create a great and innovative textile company, as well as wonderful interior and apparel textile cloths.View Supplier
Blendworth’s philosophy is that originality within distinctive design and colour is key; being aware of trends but not focusing on them. Their in-house works of art complement re-interpreted archive treasures, creating the perfect juxtaposition and harmony between heritage and innovation. Collections are created to enchant season after season, telling stories with their imagery and inspiration, created by an in-house design team.View Supplier
The Bradley Collection aims to create the world’s finest curtain poles. This firm has always been about thoughtful design, attention to detail, superb functionality and impeccable product quality.
Rapport Interiors can offer a choice of over 200 colours and finishes through their colour selector service.
The Bradley Collection customer service includes bespoke bending for bay curtain poles, double curtain rods across design styles and bracket solutions for any window.View Supplier
Brintons have been manufacturing carpets since 1783. Brintons carpets are practical and hardwearing, as well as beautiful.
They develop their designs and colours in their own studios and control the manufacturing process from start to finish. They spin and dye yarn to stringent quality standards, mixing wool with nylon to create their ‘80/20’ blend of 80% wool and 20% nylon, a carpet that is soft yet strong.
Brintons specialise in woven carpets: Wilton, which is great for textured plains and Axminster, a process that allows the creation of breathtaking patterns.View Supplier
Brockway offer a collection of beautiful, plain, twist carpets in an array of bright and neutral colours or if you’re looking to add inviting texture, their loop pile carpets come in a variety of styles and finishes. A family run business, they believe strongly in British craftsmanship. Embedded in their workforce is the expertise of generations of carpet makers; the sons and daughters of previous staff carrying forward the skills and knowledge passed down through the years.View Supplier
Byron & Byron create and supply a variety of hand-crafted and traditionally finished curtain poles and accessories and was established in 1984. The ideology of Byron & Byron has been fundamental from the start; to have control over the whole process of the design. From conception, to prototypes, to the final manufacturing of each component.View Supplier
Cameron Fuller are a UK specialist manufacturing company based in Honiton, Devon. They design, make and supply metal and wooden curtain poles and curtain track to retailers, interior designers, contractors and curtain makers. They offer a wide range of standard colours and finishes in both the metal and wooden poles, and track plus an extensive selection of finials, brackets and accessories.View Supplier
Chatham Glyn Fabrics Ltd has been trading since 1980, bringing new life into curtains and soft furnishings. They are a leading brand in the home furnishings industry, their aim is to keep creating new sumptuous ranges with a reputation for quality that inspires glamour and inspiration.View Supplier
Claremont was founded in 1931 originally as a wholesaler of specialist textiles and trimmings to the interior design and decoration industry emerging in London. Since then, Claremont has engaged a number of small European textile manufacturers to weave on commission our unique and specialised archive. Claremont specialises in textiles which are woven by small manufacturers on old looms, therefore avoiding a mass-produced feel.View Supplier
Founded in 1999 by Lee & Emma Clarke, Clarke & Clarke has established itself as one of the global leaders in the home furnishings market. Clarke & Clarke has earned a reputation for providing innovative designs, exceptional quality and excellent value for money. Clarke & Clarke was acquired by Walker Greenbank plc in 2016, and is proud to join forces with the groups other brands; Zoffany, Sanderson, Morris & Co., Harlequin, Scion and Anthology.
Clarke & Clarke brings inspirational design from the catwalk to the home.View Supplier
Cole & Son was founded in 1875 by John Perry. Today, the Cole & Son archive consists of over 2,000 designs from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Cole & Son has provided wallpapers for many historic houses including Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament.
Their archive is on occasion the source of new designs within their collections. Designs are selected, adapted and coloured by their designers and printed by craftsmen to produce wallpapers faithful to the character of the original, yet contemporary in feel.View Supplier
Colefax & Fowler are a brand with a rich history in design and distribution of fabrics and wallpapers established in the twentieth century. They continue to launch classic and traditional designs perfect for this centuries interiors.View Supplier
Crucial Trading was founded by David and Janet Green in London. Set up to exclusively produce and sell only natural material floorcoverings. Crucial has over 100 different floorcoverings in their collection including award-winning ranges such as Mississippi and Fabulous and materials including Sisool. Crucial also have a hospitality range and offer bespoke rugs.View Supplier
Design Forum was first established in 2005 with a collection of simple silk and linen embroideries. They have taken inspiration from around the world, to create a range of unique designs, based on quality fabrics made of mostly natural fibres. Partnered with the very best mills in Europe and India, Design Forum has become established in the interior market place for inspiring designs and value for money.View Supplier
Established in 1970 by Tricia Guild, Designers Guild designs furnishing fabrics, wallcoverings, upholstery and bed and bath collections.
The Designers Guild philosophy is to combine creativity and innovation with the highest levels of quality: quality of design, product, service and people.View Supplier
Elanbach originates from the Elan Valley, Wales. Maintaining values of simplicity and originality their archive has grown extensively over the years, with renowned designers adding to the eclectic mix and their designs are available to be printed on a variety of base cloths and wallpaper.
Fibre Naturelle has developed its unique range of Fabrics in house since 1994. Fibre Naturelle’s passion is to supply exquisite innovative products which include Cotton, Crewel Work, Linen, Silk and durable upholstery fabrics
Fibre Naturelle offers a unique range of high-quality furnishing fabrics. The company uses a wide range of fabrics from chenilles, crewels, wools and cottons in various designs colours and textures.View Supplier
GP & J Baker, holder of the Royal Warrant since 1982, enjoys an international reputation for delivering magnificent fabrics, wallcoverings and trimmings exceptional in quality and creative innovation. Founded by two enterprising brothers in 1884, current collections which range from stunning translations of designs from its renowned archive, to sparkling signature prints, weaves and embroideries, ensure that GP & J Baker offers a unique and stylish approach to both traditional and contemporary interiors.View Supplier
Hallis Hudson has the same values it has always had – a family owned business dedicated to providing a professional and friendly service. The Hallis range is a “one stop shop” for all your window furnishing products.View Supplier
Hammer Carpoets have more than 80 years’ experience of developing flooring design solutions, to create mood, improve acoustics and lend warmth and identity to spaces of all kinds. Their carpets can be found all round the world in leading hotels, maritime fleets, offices, retail stores and of course homes. Their customer group is diverse and they pride themselves on deliverin flooring solutions that are both beautiful and durable.View Supplier
If you love high fashion, Harlequin will probably steal your heart. Expect to be wowed by fusions of delicious colours, innovative textures and catwalk-inspired design. The word Harlequin means ‘varied in colour or decoration’, which sums up their in-house studio’s eclectic design ethos perfectly. Alongside digital design technology, their designers love to get the paintbrushes out and experiment with watercolours, gouache, inks and more to create new effects and colour blends. The end results are looks that bend the rules and allow you to be as creative as you choose.View Supplier
Ian Mannkin produce beautiful interior fabrics designed and woven in the UK. They are committed to producing fabrics and furnishings of the highest possible quality, from 100% natural and organic fibres in timeless and elegant designs at their own weaving mill in Burnley, Lancashire.
Founded in 1983 and Ian Mannkin are renowned for their new and stylish interpretations of natural and organic fabrics in a simple yet timeless palette of colours. Their collection is made up of signature stripes, checks and plains supported by additional collections of fabrics, wallpapers and accessories.View Supplier
Ian Sanderson has created a collection of woven and printed textiles, mostly manufactured in Europe. They believe the continual success of their company is in their ability to create an individual lifestyle look from our studio in West Berkshire.
Their design director Helen Sanderson uses her creative training and knowledge to discover patterns, textures and colourations which inspire her to produce original designs. Some of this may originate from old documents or just items she finds interesting, which she develops into a collection.View Supplier
The JAB ANSTOETZ Group is a family business that has stood for stylish living and been associated with precious fabrics since 1946. Their range of the renowned textile editor lays claim to being the most comprehensive in the trade and captivates with a unique variety of designs, qualities and colours.View Supplier
Jacaranda makes beautiful carpets and rugs, with an eye always on ethics and the environment. Their philosophy is one of quality with style, a love for handmade textures, natural colours and sustainable fibres.
We believe that wool makes great carpets. Sheep grow new fleeces every year making wool renewable, it’s recyclable too. Wool is soft and warm but hard-wearing and naturally fire retardant. Wool fibres are naturally coated in lanolin providing stain resistance.View Supplier
James Brindley Fabrics is a global brand with one aim, to create classic and contemporary collections that capture and inspire everyone whilst capturing changing styles and pricing. Their range includes some of the finest prints, embroideries, jacquards and plains.View Supplier
From humble beginnings in a Yorkshire cottage, back in 1865, they have gone on to position themselves as Britain’s leading silk specialist.
What does Laura have to say about James Hare? “I love James Hare! Their design team always come up with the most inspiring patterns in beautiful colourways. Their fabrics and trimmings are so versatile and can be used for anything from lampshades, to curtains and blinds to upholstery and cushions. We have a gorgeous curtain display in the showroom in various James Hare fabrics so you can see for yourself”.
Jane Churchill is renowned for beautiful florals and geometrics typically woven and embroidered. Offering a large range of both upholstery fabrics and drapery cloths, Jane Churchill’s colour palette is both rich and elegant.View Supplier
Jim Dickens fabrics are high value textiles rich in colour and texture, from sumptuous chenille fabrics, to large damask patterns and lovely contemporary stripes all suitable for curtains and often used on upholstery pieces.View Supplier
Karndean Designflooring brings the beauty of natural flooring to your home without the hassle. Floors with all the individuality of wood grain, the luminosity of marble and the subtle textures of limestone and slate, but much easier to install and look after.
Each plank and tile is carefully designed for authenticity. They don’t look uniform or manufactured, but convey all the great characteristics of natural materials. Colours are defined with variable shades and tones, just as they are in natural wood or stone.
Comfortable and practical, Karndean is softer, warmer to the touch, and easy to clean without the porous qualities of wood and some stones.View Supplier
Kersaint Cobb use the phrase “Walk the world with us” and with good reason.
Subtle shades and rich tones have been sourced from the finest producers across the world. From the softness and warmth of wool to the exciting textures of grass, jute, coir and sisal, their selection reflects the variety and beauty of the natural world in which we live.
Lewis & Wood designs have been described as bold, gentle, sophisticated, eccentric, traditional and innovative. Uniting them all is a sense of individuality, a quality that speaks of the carefully-crafted as opposed to the mass-produced.View Supplier
Linwood produce distinctive collections of fabrics and wallpapers. Their in-house design team draws its inspiration from textile archives, museums and the natural world to create contemporary and classic prints, weaves and wallpapers. Each collection is carefully crafted, and designs are still drawn and painted by hand.View Supplier
Little Greene is an independent, British manufacturer, committed to socially and environmentally responsible production of high quality paints and wallpapers.
Little Greene wallpapers are a beautiful complement to the company’s paint range. Each collection resurrects designs found in forgotten archives, employing specialist printing methods on the finest grade papers to give the wallpapers their sophisticated textures, elegant appearance, durability and longevity.View Supplier
Marton Mills Co Ltd is a traditional family owned weaving mill in the heart of West Yorkshire. They have a vast range of fabrics. Their fabrics are used in a wide range of applications throughout the clothing and furnishing industries.View Supplier
All of Moon’s luxury woollen furnishing fabrics are created at their fully vertical mill in Guiseley, Yorkshire. From here they control all production processes; dyeing and blending the raw wool fibres, spinning the mélange yarns, warping, weaving, and then finishing the fabrics. Founded in 1837 and with their roots in fashion, Moon’s have a reputation for consistent quality and innovative design.
Their unique ranges for both domestic furnishings and contract projects can be found everywhere from traditional British retailers to 5 star hotels, and even 10 Downing Street. The name Moon is now synonymous with wool interior fabrics.View Supplier
William Morris was one of the most outstanding and influential designers of the Arts and Crafts Movement and through his company, Morris & Co., he produced some of the most fashionable and exciting textiles and wallpapers of his era. His legacy continues today with Morris & Co. producing authentic versions of his original designs alongside new interpretations to create up to date fabrics and wallpapers with timeless appeal.View Supplier
Nina Campbell, a world-renowned interior designer, is known for her stylish interiors as well as for her collections of fabrics, wallpapers and accessories.
Nina’s designs are epitomised by luxury, practicality and a sense of wit. Integral to the Nina Campbell collections is a colour palette that has been developed with a decorator’s eye, and one that is constantly evolving so that new and existing designs work beautifully together.View Supplier
Luxury fabric and wallpaper designers Osborne & Little were founded in 1968. The company’s hand-printed wallpapers were inspired by everything from the designs of Aubrey Beardsley to the Brighton Pavilion and became known during the 1970s and 1980s for re-interpreting classic designs in new ways.
Cherishing its reputation for innovation and quality, Osborne & Little has grown into one of the great British brands. Its distinctive and appealing designs, across printed fabrics, weaves and trimmings have been at the heart of interior trends.View Supplier
Paint & Paper Library was founded over twenty years ago in London by interior designer David Oliver. They offer a pallette of 180 unique colours of paint. Their paint is manufactured to exceptionally high standards in the UK and has been officially accredited by the Royal British Institure of Architects.
Paint & Paper Library paints create a great balance of colour, mood and light in contemporary interiors. Their range comprises ‘Architectural Colours’ a range of stepped shades specifically designed to bring subtle depth to neutral schemes and ‘Original Colours’ inspired by historical, traditional and contemporary interiors.View Supplier
Penthouse Carpets are passionate about using only the finest raw materials to create carpets of exceptional quality. From sourcing premium yarns and natural jute backing, to the care they take throughout the manufacturing process with no less than a six stage quality checking process.
Since its foundation by Trevor Helliwell in 1988, Prestigious Textiles has earned an outstanding reputation for the originality and quality of its furnishing fabrics and wallpapers. New collections are developed all year round, with the company’s experienced design team constantly exploring fresh directions in concepts and colour.
Such a rolling creative programme ensures that the Prestigious portfolio stays both wide-ranging and trend-leading. Yet, after three decades, this family-run business also continues to demonstrate that quality and flair never go out of fashion.View Supplier
Romo is renowned for its assorted library of classic and contemporary designs and versatile plains, offering a diverse style and timeless elegance with a sophisticated colour palette.
Generations of experience and distinctive British design are the foundation of the Romo brand. Since establishing its own in-house design studio in the 1980s Romo has continued to grow and is now a market leader in designer fabrics.View Supplier
Although its range has always been diverse, Sanderson established a reputation for its floral furnishing fabrics as long ago as the 1930s. With its distinctive designs well known throughout the world, this combined equally with inspiration from nature, forms Sanderson’s iconic style.
The Sanderson look combines beautifully observed, hand-drawn designs that are elegant and easy to live with.
Scion was conceived for modern living and filled a gap in the market for fresh, individual and reasonably priced home products.
So alongside their existing fabric and wallpaper collections, they have also created two characters, Mr Fox and Spike.
Scion is proud to be a very British brand. Their designers work from a studio in Leicestershire and we only use factories they know well and trust for their commitments to the environment and sustainability.View Supplier
Specialising in classical printed and woven fabric, Scutt and Coles are passionate about creating elegant and timeless designs.
Silent Gliss curtain systems have two important roles, they enhance design whilst managing the light and heat entering a room. Silent Gliss curtain tracks are designed to have outstanding gliding properties, with a choice of systems that can accommodate the lightest to the heaviest of curtains. The wide range of tracks ensures there is a profile design and colour that will fit with any interior design scheme.View Supplier
STARK’s mission is to help create beautiful spaces by supplying beautiful and unique carpets and rugs of unparalleled quality to the international interior design community.
Established by Arthur Stark and his wife Nadia in 1938, the foundation of STARK was always to provide the very best products to their clients.View Supplier
Swaffer fabrics have produced quality plains, weaves and charming floral fabrics for upholstery and soft furnishings since 1973. Originally known for its classic florals Swaffer’s is now being recognised for introducing new designs annually. Their recent collections build on their past reputation producing stylish traditional and contemporary floral prints jacquards and plains. The Swaffer product range is suitable for curtains, bedspreads, upholstery and loose covers in both domestic and contract applications.View Supplier
The Isle Mill combines the finest natural fibres with time-honoured techniques to design and weave distinctive fabrics. From classic paisleys, plaids and tweeds to contemporary textured plains, damasks and the finest sheers. Their collections are inspired by the natural splendour and breathtaking colours of the surrounding Scottish Highlands.View Supplier
Established in the early 1970’s Today Interiors initially imported specialist textile wallcoverings from high-end European mills. The company quickly gained a reputation for innovative retail and contract fabric and collections.
The Today Interiors product portfolio has been broadened in recent years to include plush high-performance velvet furnishing fabrics from Italy, weaves from Belgium, and designer wallpapers sourced in Europe and the United States.View Supplier
Trimont provide exceptional quality trimmings for all your furnishing needs, supplying a variety of customers, including interior decorators, specifiers, hotels, apartments, stately homes, residential properties, yachts, cruise liners, business boardrooms and vehicles.
They also cater for individual clients who require items for special projects.View Supplier
Troynorth are specialists in the supply of top quality trimmings, tie backs and accessories to the interior design and decoration trade.
Troynorth is a family run business based in beautiful Northumberland. Established 40 years ago by Jim & Carole Little, it began as suppliers to the upholstery trade. Son, Damon, and daughter, Rachel, joined the business 25 years ago and now own and run the company together.
The product portfolio has grown and evolved to cover all aspects of trimmings. Designed by Rachel, the collections are unique and inspiring.View Supplier
Victoria Carpets Ltd was founded in 1895 by George Anton and his two partners in Victoria Road, Kirkcaldy, Scotland. Fast forward to January 2013, Victoria Carpets was granted a Royal Warrant to Her Majesty The Queen.
Their Natureborn range is solely made in the UK and is 100% wool or wool mix. A sustainable and durable carpet. Their Easicare range is also made in the UK and is 100% polypropylene, a synthetic fibre which gives a softer feel. These carpets are great for busy families as they are stain resistant and bleach cleanable.View Supplier
Voyage are passionate about fabric and design. Their vision is to create and enhance the beautiful home with a fresh, artistic feel that is unique in look and represents a contemporary, country lifestyle.
Using their state of the art in-house print facility they utilise British woven cotton, linen and wools to translate their artwork into fabrics.
All of their textile designs are layered with the finest weaves, velvet, silks, embroidery and sheers from around the world.
Warwick Fabrics are creators of exclusive furnishing fabrics for domestic and commercial interiors. Their ranges are suitable for upholstery and drapery. Warwick fabrics are regularly selected by furniture manufacturers for their lines, and as such you may be sitting on one of our fabrics without even realising it!
They have been supplying fabrics to the interior designers like Rapport for 30 years, winning the Queens Award for Export Achievement in 1993.View Supplier
Westex Flooring origins are firmly planted in sheep farming and the textile heartland of West Yorkshire. Westex was originally founded by a master dyer who wanted to offer a wider range of colour and quality within carpet manufacture. They still draw on and develop that legacy today, weaving luxury and durability into our carpets by utilising the best blend of wools, spinning techniques, dyeing and tufting processes. Every style and every colour is designed in-house at their dedicated manufacturing sites in West Yorkshire, ensuring excellence at every step for your carpet.View Supplier
XyloFlooring has been distributing wood flooring since it was launched in the UK market in 1999. It offers a wide collection of long-lasting quality wood flooring, bringing new collections to the market every year.
The company specialises in high-quality engineered wood flooring (click or tongue and groove system) with a variety of colour and grade options, a multi- layer 18-21mm structural wood flooring, and a commercially rated vinyl and laminate flooring range that both feature the world renowned Vallinge 2G click system.View Supplier
In their own words “If your world is driven by a desire to fuse luxury with art, you’ll undoubtedly find a kindred spirit in Zoffany”.
Unique, captivating and sophisticated, Zoffany is the brand for those that seek craftsmanship and artistic integrity. Fabrics, wallpapers, furniture and accessories make up their range.View Supplier