We take a look at the wallpapers from the Queen's Square collection from Morris & Co. Morris & Co teamed up with renowned interior designer Ben Pentreath to create the Queen's Square Collections of fabric and wallpaper. We take a look at the wallpapers, although many of the papers are also available as fabrics too. The collection of 18 wallpapers takes its name from the road that housed the first Morris & Co. factory and showroom. Each of the wallpapers in this collection have been reimagined and reworked from original Morris & Co. wallpapers. The result is a stunning collection of wallpapers which are instantly recognisable as Morris designs but which have a distinctly contemporary update through the use of striking colour combinations.
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We take a look at Harlequin's Colour 1 collection of fabrics. The Colour 1 collection was released as one of three complimentary collections totalling an impressive 58 wallpapers and 78 fabrics. The fabrics are split between the Colour 1 collection and Empower Plains collection, whilst the sister collection of wallpapers can be found in the Colour collection. To make it easier for you to find complimentary patterns and fabrics across the collections they are split across four themes: Rewild, Renew, Retreat, and Reflect. Each of the themes feature complimentary colour palletes as well as picking up on a design inspiration, making them the perfect choice for your next interior design project.
Harlequin's Book of Little Treasures is a wonderfully charming collection of fabrics and wallpapers perfect for children's bedrooms. In this blog we take a look at the fabrics which is made up of a mix of playful prints and weaves. The bright colours are sure to brighten up any room and the designs are sure to inspire and delight in equal measure. Whether you are looking to complete the look with a perfect accessory or just starting out building a design the collection is sure to inspire.
Nina Campbell's Sping 2021 collection for Osborne & Little was 18 months in the making and saw the launch of three mini-collections Larkana, Parvani and Baroda collections. All three colletions feature Nina's signature palette as well as introducing some new colour combinations. Each collection compliments the other creating great versatility. In this blog we take a look at the Larkana fabrics, a collection of versatile collection of small-scale weave designs for upholstery.
The Minakari collection of wallpapers and fabrics by Designers Guild is a celebration of Indian printing techniques and the result is a fabulous collection of 8 floral wallpapers, each available in a number of colourways. The collection features a variety of printing techniques and styles so there is a wallpaper for every room. Choose from large scale flowers and vibrant colours to gentle damasks. The variety of printing techniques also adds a variety of textured finishes, including a classic focked finish as well as textured contemporary surface prints.
The Sanderson One Sixty Collection of wallpapers and fabrics is a look back at some of the best selling and most iconic textiles and papers from their 160 years of history. Founded in 1860 and famous for their luxurious floral prints inspired by traditional English and French wallpaper design Sanderson still supply fabrics, paints and wallpapers to the British Royal Palaces. The brand is synonymous with luxury and quality and this collection doesn't disappoint featuring beautiful classic designs as well as some new colourways. We take a look at some of our favourite fabrics and wallpapers from the collection.
An in depth look at the Tokyo Blue Wallcoverings, a collaboration between Arte and Moooi.
An in depth look at Cole and Son's Historic Royal Palaces, Great Masters wallpaper collection.