Dreaming of a far away land


We’re dreaming of traveling to exotic lands… taking the train, navigating by sea, maps we still get lost with, wandering the streets in a city we can’t speak the language of, and ordering cappuccino senza spuma with just the right amount of difficulty.



‘Compass’ by Unique Fabrics in Ocean and Antique colourways


Get lost in the Underground with ‘Mind the Gap’

by Linwood from Designers International


‘World’  by Hertex Fabrics for Designers International

‘London’ and ‘Trade Routes’ designed by Zoffany

‘Compass’ by Unique Fabrics in Ocean

Artisan Leather


Mankind has used animal hides since the Paleolithic age. It still looks and feels luxurious in contemporary interiors today.


Warwick Fabrics have just introduced the Thomas Maxwell Artisan Leathers to its extensive furnishing fabrics range. The leather is strong, with rich colour and beautiful grain that will be stunning in any interior space.

Thomas Maxwell Leathers are Bovine Cattle hides, of premium European selection, tanned and drum dyed in Italy. The range consists of ‘Le Monde’ lightly buffed, pigmented and embossed, ‘Lavelle’ lightly buffed and finished with oils and natural waxes and ‘London Club’ lightly buffed and finished with a vintage waxed pull up effect.

We have individual hangers for you take away, enjoy, and share with your clients.


Take a look at the gorgeous range of colour and texture!




Imagination and Happiness


Bring a playful pop of colour, a little bit of imagination, and a lot of happiness and delight to every child’s room!

We have some wonderful new additions to our children’s ranges from Harlequin, Unique Fabrics, and Jane Churchill for Atelier Textiles. These give a bright pop and a sparkle of life when paired with solid colour or textured fabrics such as the smooth velvets by James Dunlop.


We love the new kid’s collection ‘All About Me!’


Take a stroll down ‘Boutique Boulevard’ with Harlequin


Let the imagination wander with fairies, flowers, and beautiful embroidered butterflies!

‘Nursery Tales’ book from Atelier Textiles by Jane Churchill


Gorgeous ‘Velluti’ velvet from James Dunlop and ‘Sweet Hearts’ design by Harlequin


Bright and playful fabrics make great inspiration for bedtime stories,

counting and ‘I Spy’ games.


Everyone loves Thomas!

‘Nursery Tales’ book from Atelier Textiles by Jane Churchill


Make friends and play in Unique Fabrics ‘Enchanted Forest’


Have fun and add a sprinkle of colour with ‘Sum’,

‘Chocks Away’, and ‘Sail Away’ by Harlequin

Velvet Revolution

Velvet Revolution - Warwick Velvets

We had a wonderful afternoon hosting Velvet Revolution last Friday.


Velvet was first introduced to Baghdad during the rule of Harun al-Rashid by Kashmiri merchants. Traditionally made from silk and associated with nobility, in 1399, King Richard II of England directed in his will that his body should be clothed in velveto.
Velvet is a type of woven tufted fabric in which cut threads create a short dense pile, giving it a distinctive feel. The word ‘velvety’ is used as an adjective to mean “smooth like velvet.”


William Morris



This recent article from the The Times UK newspaper demonstrates the significance of William Morris’ work.
He’s definitely the ‘ man of the moment ‘ …with a comeback happening right now in fashion, and growing demand in Japan.

Click to Morris PDF

MORR 0613 - The Times 21.06.13 - Morris & Co article copy


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