Housed in a former 19th century mill in Italy's Como province, state-of-the-art jacquard looms produce most of the rich and renowned fabrics by Rubelli and Armani/Casa. They also supply the fabrics required for major projects at Milan’s La Scala and the Teatro La Fenice in Venice. These phenomenal fabrics are woven from natural and synthetic fibres, and include a non-flammable range for the contract sector.
One size does not fit all; for beauty is always in the eye of the beholder. That said, who doesn't enjoy style, taste and innovation? Our collections are comprehensive, with an extraordinary range united by respect for classicism, an eye for the cutting edge, and an unparalleled level of quality. A passion for luxury and an unwavering commitment to beauty are woven into everything we do.
Giorgio Armani's living dream of a warm, harmonious, highly comfortable and sophisticated haven has made this Italian company a world leader in luxury furnishings. It's safe to say, Armani/Casa is now a byword for elegance and style. Precious metals, sophisticated finishes and immaculate detail lie at the root of the aesthetic philosophy that demands every product to be perfectly integrated into its new setting.
Swathed in restraint and delicacy befitting of the great French brands of interior design, Casamance prints its designs with a beauty that crosses fashion and the ages. The brand elevates contemporary interiors and adds warmth to the most authentic atmosphere. By moving away from repetitive, imitative trends, it accepts the challenge to reinvent tomorrow's classics in a range of glorious fabrics for modern living.
The Misia brand takes its inspiration from the freedom and avant-garde movement of the beginning of the last century, joyful, creative, daring, glamorous and refined and reinterprets this mood in a resolutely modern way. Misia is member of the Casamance group. With over forty years of experience, and an influence that is now international, the group has established itself as a major player in the manufacture and retail of fabrics, wallpapers and wall coverings; providing a new vision of French interior decoration and elegance“
The Dominique Kieffer collection by Rubelli is born from the coming together of two very different worlds. On the one hand, we have the magic of Rubelli, with its sense of savoir-faire well-rooted in the past. On the other, we have the contemporary, colourful, eclectic and unconventional world of Paola Navone. Woven together, The Dominique Kieffer collection offers bold fabrics infused with grace and flare.
With a forty-year history at the forefront of the luxury home furnishings industry, Donghia represents American design at its best. And the company's design profile continues to evolve. Those looking to create a personal interior statement will find their fabrics and wallcoverings here. All products within the collection are designed to complement and enhance each other in any décor -- classic, contemporary, or an eclectic mix.
NOBILIS, from the Latin word Nobile, meaning 'distinguished' and 'in excellent taste', was the name Frenchman Adolphe Halard chose for his new boutique in 1928. Surrounded by renowned painters such as Suzanna Fontan, Halard began designing fabric and wallpaper collections that expressed the emotions of contemporary artists. And so the Nobilis spirit was born. Today, Nobilis' quality and upscale finishes are in constant demand around the globe.
Quality. Exclusivity. Service. These are the bywords of decorative lighting manufacturers Heathfield & Co. Product development is built around the very best of British design and manufactured in the UK. They're in demand, and work with some of the world’s leading interior designers on their most prestigious projects around the globe -- from the finest luxury hotels to some of the standout residential properties being built today.
Founded in Florence in 1961, Gross Furnishing Textiles joined the Italian textile editor's elite in 1973. Since then, Gross' philosophy has focused on achieving top quality through advanced textile technologies combined with classic Italian textile tradition. All designs, manufactured exclusively for Gross, draw inspiration from the most refined classical realisations, but now reinterpreted in a contemporary style to satisfy all the needs and trends of today.
The pre-industrial world is a Paradise Lost. For twenty-five years, the American company Iksel has painstakingly restored patterns without forfeiting their patina. Artists on computers make millions of aesthetic decisions to get the right result. Textiles can be customised to fit any given space or colour scheme. Clients buy our prints because they recognise the difference between Art and Decoration -- and the value of both in their lives.
MYB Textiles are producers of renowned madras and Nottingham lace for the luxury interiors market. With an international reputation built on specialist skills and the traditions prevalent in its products, maintaining niche know-how is of paramount importance. This Scottish company's proud heritage, dating back to 1900, is therefore rooted in exquisite craftsmanship coupled with technological innovation -- a combination that has rendered theirs the last remaining mill in the area.
James Hare is home to the very best in furnishing and fabrics from around the world. Since 1865, the Hare family has specialised in the distribution of luxurious materials, namely curtains and soft furnishing fabrics, silk wallpapers, and fashion designer silks. Many of our silk fabrics are designed and manufactured exclusively for James Hare with the aim of bringing you only the finest in British design and quality.
Textile designer Titley and Marr believe the quality and feel of their printed and woven fabrics lie at the heart of their business. Plus, their extensive knowledge of European weaving and printing factories leads to many a collaboration on bespoke products for specific projects, such as one-off wallpapers or fabrics printed in a design tailored to a brand, or highly-technical contract projects in one-off colours.
The name Moon is synonymous with wool interior fabrics; no other brand specialises in wool and brings out its luxury and natural benefits in quite the same way. With a reputation for consistent quality and innovative design, our unique collections for domestic furnishings, and range of fabrics specified for contract use, can be found everywhere from traditional British retailers to the White House.
"Studioart is a young italian company created from the creative intuition of Nadia and Gianfranco Dalle Mese that is deeply rooted in a long tradition of leather processing, when, in 1967, Giuseppe Dalle Mese founded the tannery of origin: a company that throughout the years has turned from craftsmanship-based reality into an industrial group, and that is now considered an excellence of the international tanning district.
Fascinating manufacturing, eco-friendly processes, and original stylistic combinations of refined leathers are some of the outstanding features of Studioart, a varied product range designed to decorate spaces and interiors with a personalized and unrivalled luxury.”
Ever since Schumacher was founded in 1889, this family-owned interior design company has been synonymous with style, taste and innovation. The vibrant collections are comprehensive and offer an extraordinary range that is united by a respect for classicism, an eye for the cutting edge, and an unparalleled level of quality. A passion for luxury and an unwavering commitment to beauty are woven into everything produced by Schumacher.
Bohinc Studio’s ability to create work of everlasting beauty is rooted in Lara Bohinc’s familiarity with industrial processes, and an obsession with deconstruction and reconfiguration of pure geometric form. While retaining respect for the traditional principles of her craft, she fuses modernism with functionality to achieve contemporary elegance. Employing the finest materials, Bohinc Studio’s signature style becomes a mix of contradictions: bold yet light, graphic yet fluid, angular yet feminine.
Founded in 1964, clear forms and fewer essentials have made many of Nya Nordiska’s distinct designs into timeless classics. Scandinavian influences trace back to the apprenticeships and travel years of German founder Heinz Röntgen, who coined the company’s design philosophy: “Absolutely contemporary, ultimately timeless”. This guiding principle is consistently reinterpreted as design influences from across the world are added to the typically Scandinavian colours and forms. Many of the fabrics have been rewarded with international prizes for their outstanding design, functionality, innovation and quality.