We supply the following wallpapers through our Muswell Hill store. For further information or to place orders please phone our store 0208 444 3031 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
From the outset Clarissa’s designs were botanical in their nature, beginning with hand-printed scarves and evening wraps in luxurious silk, velvet and cashmere. Her work later evolved into simple items of clothing, using luxurious fabrics. The hallmarks of Clarissa’s work are her use of colour and natural imagery in conjunction with beautiful fabrics.
COLE AND SON
Today, the Cole & Son archive consists of approximately 1,800 block print designs, 350 screen print designs and a huge quantity of original drawings and wallpapers, representing all the styles from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Amongst these are some of the most important historic wallpaper designs in the world. Coles is now the prime source for entirely authentic period wallpapers printed by the original method and has provided wallpapers for many historic houses, including Buckingham Palace and the White House.
The magnificent archive is the major source of all Cole’s new collections. Designs are carefully selected, adapted and coloured by the Design Studio and printed by craftsmen to produce wallpapers faithful to the character of the original document yet contemporary in feel. Currently the company is working on wallpaper collections with top international designers David Easton, Tom Dixon and the archive of iconic Italian artist Piero Fornasetti as well as the Royal Oak Foundation of America, affiliate of the National Trust.
Established in 1970 Designers Guild is one of the foremost international home and lifestyle companies designing and manufacturing furnishing fabrics, wall coverings, bed & bath, furniture, fragrance and home accessories.
Designers Guild offers a broad range of luxury furnishing fabrics and wall coverings for both the domestic and contract sectors as well as furniture, bed and bath and home accessories.
Their Essentials collections of over 1,000 plains and textures are designed to work in all schemes and are available in every possible shade from smart neutrals, warm naturals, cool whites and soft vanilla tones to brighter signature colours and vibrant jewel highlights.
Their beautiful new Spring 2009 collections of fabrics and wall coverings reflect the quintessential Englishness of the country house and its garden and are imbued with a gentle floral tradition, set against a lively graphic style reminiscent of a bygone age. In addition Manhattan Prints offer a dynamic and contemporary new look designed to appeal to the young at heart of all ages.
FARROW AND BALL
Wallpapers of Great Distinction and Beauty
A small team of skilled craftsmen produces a range of wallpaper which knows no equal. Unlike all other wallpapers which invariably use industrial printer’s inks, Farrow & Ball wallpapers are made using the company’s own environmentally friendly paints, producing papers with a remarkable sensuous texture and delicacy of appearance yet also hard-wearing and washable. There are fourteen wallpaper collections ranging from stripes and striés to block printed patterns, and over 700 colourways to choose from. With colours drawn from the Farrow & Ball paint palette, the colour co-ordination from paint to paper and paper to paint is excellent.
Made using our environmentally friendly water based paints, all papers are manufactured by them, using traditional techniques. Their patterns are block printed and the stripes and striés trough printed.
You can view all 25 designs and 700 colour ways online and order complimentary A4 samples which will be sent to you by return. Alternatively, you can order a swatch book of your chosen collection.
They are the only company continuing to manufacture a full range of traditional and modern paint finishes of the highest quality, in colours which are world renowned for their unrivalled depth.
More than 90% of Farrow & Ball paint range is eco-friendly reflecting their strong commitment to the environment. The same is true of the wallpaper, nobody else uses real paints and traditional printing methods to create eco-friendly papers of such exceptional texture and beauty.
THE LITTLE GREENE PAINT COMPANY
The paper used in our wallpapers comes from FSC or PEFC certificated sustainable forests; so for every tree used another four are planted. The pigments used to print them are completely non-toxic and our excellent wallpaper paste contains no solvent.
Working closely with English Heritage their palette of true period paint colours takes in all the key periods of interior design from early Georgian to the 1950s. Some of the colours are iconic and some are timeless classics. All are totally authentic and work with Little Greene’s contemporary colours to provide the Colours of England collection which is easy to use and a pleasure to live with. The London Wallpapers collection of nine unique designs and 47 colour ways has been inspired by historical documents in the English Heritage archive. Stunning flocks, sophisticated prints and use of vivid colours and metallic finishes bring the archive to life for the 21st Century.
OSBORNE AND LITTLE
(inc Nina Campbell & Lorca)
A Collection of the finest fabric and wallpaper designs from Osborne and Little. Exquisite designer fabrics, wallpaper, upholstery, furniture, trimmings are also available.
Osborne and Little
Since it was established in 1860, Sanderson has been creating classic, timeless and inspirational fabrics and wall coverings and is internationally recognised as being synonymous with quality product and beautiful style for the home. Well known and loved for its traditional, English-inspired designs, Sanderson also offers bold, contemporary and innovative designs ideal for the modern interior. Sanderson’s' product portfolio includes printed and woven furnishing fabrics, wall coverings, paint and an array of other items for the home.
From its exclusive beginnings supplying historic wall coverings for private commissions to its current standing as an internationally renowned fabric and wallpaper house, Zoffany retains its commitment to the principles of quality, elegance and heritage. With its extensive range of wallpapers, fabrics, trimmings, paint, carpets and furniture, Zoffany continues to create fresh and innovative designs that offer a beautiful and sophisticated aesthetic for both contemporary and classic interiors.
ROMO markets thousands of furnishing fabrics including classic and contemporary prints, damasks, silks, jacquards, chenilles, velvets and an extensive selection of plains and semi-plains. The company's reputation for offering a variety of excellent designs and qualities is built on two important factors; exclusive designs from its experienced and committed design team and a close working-relationship with carefully chosen, expert weavers and printers.
Bold, original design and deep convictions about the strength of family have defined Anna French’s life. From the vibrant geometric designs she began producing at art school in the 1960s to the big, brilliant wallpapers that make up her collection, “Glamour,” Anna’s style is always evolving. Her courageous use of colour and flair for the dramatic remain unchanged.
The Cotswold countryside is the setting for Vanessa Arbuthnott’s life and it hugely influences the look of her fabrics. The developing fashion in interior design is towards simple patterns, which reflect a basic and rustic way of living, and she has been hugely fortunate that this mirrors her life and, thus, her designs. Gentle colours are her signature and included buttercup, limestone, clay, damson, duck egg, stone, raspberry, mushroom, cornflower, straw and lettuce. The fabrics are perfect for loose covers for chairs and sofas, upholstery, curtains and blinds, bed heads, valances, cushions and tablecloths. The fabrics are produced in the UK and are printed on Linen Union and 100% cotton and some designs are available on oilcloth, wallpaper and floor rugs. They are moving towards using only organic cotton in order to protect the cotton pickers from harmful pesticides. They are constantly trying to find ‘greener’ ways to run their business.