Watts of Westminster fabrics have a rich archive of designs that span over a period of 600 years of fabric history. Founded in 1874 by three architects, the company's history is long and when combined with their innovation and heritage their aim is to design the present out of the continued reinvention of the past. Their past covers everything from picturesque medieval tapestries to delicate 18th century silk brocatelle’s, and glorious 19th Gothic Revival damasks. Fabrics include the sumptuous Arabesque cut velvet, an exquisite, flowing design, taken from a House of Lords wallcovering, and Wollaton, with its beautiful reinterpretation of an ancient palmette motif.
These luxurious fabrics are available from stock but also in a range of bespoke colours to suit any high-end interior design projects. A bespoke service means Watts of Westminster can tailor their designs to suit your brief, so explore the Watts of Westminster fabric design library and order online or call us if you have a custom requirement.