BRAND OF THE WEEK: Chess

This week we’ve added a great new selection of Chess collections. Although the collections are only available to buy online as custom made curtains or blinds, if you wish to buy the fabric separately, contact us!

BRAND OF THE WEEK: Ashley Wilde

During the past few weeks, we’ve added a wide range of brands including Romo, Villa Nova, Chess and Ashley Wilde. Whilst developing this brand on the site, we have added three of our favourite collections, and made them available for custom made goods such as Curtains and Roman Blinds. Ashley Wilde not only have a great selection of traditional and modern designs, they also offer some stunning children’s books:  

Morris & Co Revamp!

Willliam Morris (1834-1896) is known to be one of the most influential figures in the Arts and Crafts Movement.  The exceptionally famous designer was also renowned for his poetry, philosophy and political theories. During his later life, he was able to create a decorating company – starting out as Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co –  now best known as Morris & Co. ‘HAVE NOTHING IN YOUR HOUSES THAT YOU DO NOT KNOW TO BE USEFUL OR BELIEVE TO BE BEAUTIFUL.’

Roman Blinds: The Stylish and Affordable Choice

We’ve all done it; fallen in love with something that’s just a little too out of our price range to be called a ‘smart purchase’, searching everywhere for something similiar that will make less of an impact to our money banks but no, it’s never perfect. With so many fabrics and wallpapers to choose from, it shouldn’t be hard to find an affordable version of a fabric you like; maybe in a slightly different colour, pattern repeat or design size....

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Camengo!

Camengo is a trendy French editor of Fabrics and Wallpapers, made to suit a range of lifestyles. The collections Camengo offer, have a wide variety of prints, desings and compositions, ideal for inspiring you to create a very individual atmosphere.

Get the Gatsby Look!

The recent Great Gatsby film seems to have inspired the nation to get decorating; taking inspiration from the fabrics and wallpapers used in the film, to create an elegant and sophisticated 1920’s look.