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Fine Fabrics 

We’re very proud of the exclusive trade accounts we have established with the world’s leading fabric houses and textile merchants. These relationships enable us to provide you with access to the most sought after fine fabrics and luxury textiles for the home. 

“Perhaps no furniture is more decorative and graceful than that of which draperies form a considerable part: the easy disposition of the folds of the curtains and the other hangings, the sweep of the lines composing their forms and the harmonious combinations of their colours [have] produced a charm that brought them into high repute.” 

“Perhaps no furniture is more decorative and graceful than that of which draperies form a considerable part: the easy disposition of the folds of the curtains and the other hangings, the sweep of the lines composing their forms and the harmonious combinations of their colours [have] produced a charm that brought them into high repute.” 

Ackermann’s “Repository of Arts” June 1816 

 Introducing Hazelton House 

Hazelton House is home to a range of beautiful and unique hand block printed fabrics. Using the highest quality base cloths and production techniques, the collection includes historical designs carefully combined with contemporary colouration and interpretation. To this day, wood blocks carved over a century ago are still used to produce these classic textiles.  

Colefax & Fowler 

Renowned for its classic English appeal, Colefax and Fowler fabrics and wallpapers have an elegance and subtlety that is admired the world over. 
A collection of evocative designs that interpret decorative history, culture and craft are at the centre of the latest Colefax and Fowler launch. Skilfully expressed through a variety of densely woven and printed cloths, intricate embroidery and hand finished detail in a richly coloured palette. 

Jean Monro at Turnell & Gigon 

Established in 1982 by Jean Monro, daughter of the 1920s Mrs Geraldine Monro. Jean decided to reproduce and market her favourite designs used by her mother over the years and Turnell & Gigon took up the reins in 1998. 
Jean Monro Ltd is renowned for producing traditional English prints from archive material, printed on the finest cloths and without compromise. Jean Monro is one of the very few companies still creating hand-block designs. 
Recently, Jean Monro incorporated the wonderful collection from Nicky Haslam Designs as well as Ramm, Son & Crocker. 
Jean Monro ltd, photographed by Jan Baldwin, styling by Katrin Cargill 

Bennison Fabrics 

Bennison is an English Company specialising in hand-printed fabrics based on 18th and 19th Century English and French textiles, originally discovered and reproduced by the late, renowned antique dealer and decorator, Geoffrey Bennison.  
Bennison are based in London and New York City with representatives in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, and San Francisco  
Photographed by Ken Sparkes 

Chelsea Textiles 

Chelsea Textiles was formed in 1990 to faithfully recreate antique textiles by hand, the originals of which are becoming vanishingly scarce. Over the past thirty years, Chelsea Textiles have not simply stayed rooted in their original mission, but have broadened their scope to include bedcovers, cushions and furniture. Similarly, they have extended their view of ‘antique’ to encompass vintage designs of the first half of the twentieth century, in both fabrics and furniture. 
Photographed by Luke White 


Jamb is a world leader in antique and rare fireplaces and reproduction furniture with an iconic showroom in the heart of London’s design district on the Pimlico Road. Jamb also produces its own collection of lights, chimneypieces, fire grates, marble urns and furniture. 
In the Pimlico showroom, mouth-wateringly beautiful and unique pieces stand alongside reproductions that are difficult to tell from the originals, as well as animal sculptures from the Wiltshire studio of Stephen Coade. The American designer Michael S Smith has chosen Jamb as the London base for his luxurious range of fabrics under both the Michael S Smith and Jasper brands. 
Jamb also has showrooms in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Palm Beach and Chicago. 

Soane Britain 

Established in 1997 Soane has an uncompromised commitment to British manufacturing, the integrity of that process underpinning all of Soane’s work which is exclusively made in Great Britain. Since the outset, Soane’s mission has been to design and make enduring and life-enhancing furniture, lighting, fabrics and wallpapers through collaborations with a network of some of the best craftspeople in Britain. 
The evolving collections include entirely new designs as well as pieces inspired by antique originals. Soane has showrooms in London and New York. 

Claremont Furnishings 

Claremont was founded in 1931 as a wholesaler of specialist textiles and trimmings to the interior decoration industry. Claremont represents the Italian textile house ‘Fortuny’ in the UK and also commissions its own designs from small mills and textile manufacturers in France. Claremont has a loyal following amongst the world’s top decorators and has showrooms in London, New York and Los Angeles. 

Pierre Frey 

Founded in 1935, Maison Pierre Frey creates, publishes and manufactures fabrics in an inventive and deeply eclectic spirit. It draws its inspiration from the art of distant ethnic groups as well as from the 18th century in France and contemporary art. The Pierre Frey collections combine materials and motifs in bold and unique colours. In recent years, Pierre Frey has expanded its offer to include new professions in which the House expresses all its creative power: wallpaper, custom carpets & rugs, furniture. 

Tissus d'Hélène 

is a boutique showroom specialising in artisanal fabrics and wallpapers from England, France, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, India, Africa and America. Helen Cormack, who started the company in 2006, has a passion for prints so you will find a beautiful and hugely diverse selection, most of which are hand-blocked or hand-screen printed.  


creates beautiful and original fabrics; from weaving, dying and inspirational first studio drawing to a unique take on traditional printing in their Wiltshire factory. Original thinking and unparalleled care imbue everything they do. 

GP & J Baker 

Today, GP & J Baker continues to grow its reputation as one of the world’s innovators of fabric design. The largest and most comprehensive showroom in Chelsea Harbour’s Design Centre showcases fabrics, wallcoverings, furniture and trimmings from GP & J Baker and its related brands, Threads and Baker Lifestyle, as well as Kravet, Lee Jofa, Brunschwig & Fils. 

De Le Cuona 

An adventurous spirit born out of Africa and a passion for discovery seeking out the best quality natural fibres and the finest artisans to work with. 
‘A love of linen and attention to detail first fired my desire to create beautiful fabrics’ 

Flora Soames 

Flora Soames is an interior decorator and fabric designer with a background in the furniture and art worlds. Flora launched her first fabric collection in 2019, driven by her passion for colour, texture and heritage in design. All of Flora’s exquisite fabrics and wallpapers are hand printed or hand woven in the UK. 


The Blithfield ethos is rooted in the belief that real luxury takes time, celebrating traditional craftsmanship, hand-coloured prints and carefully sourced ground cloths. The result: timeless, enduring design for your home. 

Hazelton House 

is home to a beautiful and rare collection of hand block printed fabrics. 

George Spencer Designs 

offer inspirational collections of woven fabrics, designed in-house and produced in the finest mills in England, Scotland, Europe and America. 

Guy Goodfellow 

Guy Goodfellow’s collection has evolved from bespoke fabric designs created for many of his interior projects over the past decade. 
Antique documents, reimagined design classics and commissioned work from new designers are the sources of inspiration behind this timeless collection. 

Lewis & Wood 

A British company designing and making world class fabrics and wallpapers from its Gloucestershire Mill. 

Robert Kime 

Robert Kime is one of the world’s most iconic decorators and his name is synonymous with English country house decorating. Robert Kime rose to eminence in the interior design profession via antique dealing, textile collecting and a passion for putting rooms together in a way that reflects a sense of place, comfort and suitability. Today, the Robert Kime collection brings together Robert's vast knowledge and personal document archive and his passion for travel, antique dealing, and decoration, to create a beautiful and broad range of exquisite fabrics, lighting, furniture and decorative accessories. The showroom is on Ebury Street, London, in the Pimlico Road design district. 

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