Trends For Spring/Summer 2019

Trend 1: Botanical Prints

Botanical prints and hues are growing stronger and stronger for 2019.

Eden from Clarke and Clarke brings hand drawn elements to life with a fusion of the ‘English country garden’ and ornate damasks. The collection brims vitality and colour with wild ferns, rambling leafy trails and bejewelled dragonfly prints dancing on a dual-purpose linen blend quality.


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Trend 5: Modern Craft

Celebrating the beauty of craftsmanship, embracing natural wood, textural weave and the imperfect sculptural forms of rattan and wicker. Drawing on the beauty of imperfect finishes, this trend is about making natural materials look effortlessly stylish.

The colour palette is primarily neutral, with shades of putty and stone adorning walls. This creates a calm backdrop to accentuate natural materials of statement rattan and skilfully woven wicker, along with accents of colour.

Natural fabrics that look as good aged as they do brand new. A perfect choice for modern family living, where everyday wear and tear will simply add to the authentic feel and natural beauty of this look.

Key colours: Pale greys, oatmeal neutrals, charcoal black and oxidised red

Key materials: Earthenware, wool, wicker and rattan


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Trend 4: Luxe Revival

Luxe best describes fabrics and furniture pieces that ooze a touch of decadence. Warm tones of copper and brass, along with zinc and pewter can instantly add elegance or rustic charm to an interior. They can be used in both a traditional and modern environment to different effect.

Minimalist lightning, and furniture with decorative Art Deco rounded shapes as well as luxury materials such as brass, marble and velvet all combine beautifully to create great decorative details.

Key colours: Dusty rose, ochre and burnished gold

Key materials: Velvet, marble, brass and detailed/smoked glass


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Trend 3: Global Nomad

Celebrating globally-inspired patterns this trend welcomes the fusion of decorative Ikats, paisleys and intricate Indian block prints. Combining rich tones and rugged textures symbolising authentic, handcrafted styles of this nomadic trend.

Lots of hand-dyed textiles in rich earthy pigments and hand-thrown pottery. Think tassels, pom poms and macrame detailing on everything from cushions to wall art.

Key colours: Ochre, umber and spiced red

Key materials: Earthenware, woven textiles and rope


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Trend 2: Nordic

A modern move on from the ever-popular Scandi look which always creates a big impact. Perfect for creating effortlessly stylish decor using different textures layered up, creating an inviting hibernating space. New elements for this season are influenced by global inspired patterns and colours.

Gentle muted colour palettes of accessories and furniture lend a softer edge influenced by the Scandinavian way of life.

Key colours: Lavender, sage, blush pink and canvas white

Key materials: Buff leather, Earthenware and Ash/Bleached wood

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Trend 1: Woodland

For this Autumn the look is dominated by intense hues of berries, bark and bramble. Inspired by ancient woodlands, native wildlife and rare and beautiful plants. Capturing the shift in seasons, as the colours of the landscape changes. This truly autumnal trend is all about hibernating and creating a cosy environment in which to do so. Another key element is layering up chunky knits and wool throws.

Key colours: Russet, Plum and Damson

Key materials: Woollen chunky knits, rustic country linens and hewn wood

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Fabric collections from Romo


Gardenia - Prints and Embroideries
Alfred John Wise (1908-1985) was part of the last generation of important botanical artists before the introduction of colour photography. With private access to Alfred’s extensive archive of exquisite, hand drawn sketches and paintings, Romo have created Gardenia, a charming collection of fabrics that wonderfully embody his passion for botanical illustrations. Perfectly harmonised with one another and remaining true to Alfred’s original drawings, these beautiful prints and fine embroideries honour the artistry and complexity behind the skill of botanical illustration.

Orton - Decorative Weaves
Small scale geometrics and statement stripes form this easy to use, utterly versatile collection. Creating a stylish living space, Orton features a range of tailored designs in a selection of timeless colours alongside new combinations of cool neutrals and contemporary tones for alluring modernity. A mix of linen, cotton and viscose blends form unique textural structures creating contrast in appearance and touch.

Osumi - Washable Textured Cotton
Wonderfully soft and tactile, this contemporary cotton plain features a subtle melange effect and interesting texture. In a palette ranging from chalky tones and easy to use neutrals, to serene shades of deep teal and navy blue, Osumi is suitable for both upholstery and drapes.

Istra - Wide-Width Linens
A versatile collection of wide-width, pure linens that offer a soft handle and effortless fluidity. With a subdued palette of calm neutrals and subtle, chalky shades, Istra inspires a tranquil interior setting that creates a relaxed, airy atmosphere.

Forenza Cotton Velvet
A classic cotton velvet woven with a fine combed cotton yarn; Forenza’s updated palette sees an extended range of neutrals sit amongst trend inspired blues and greens and warmer tones of spicy reds. Luxurious and versatile with a stain repellent finish, Forenza is suitable for upholstery and drapes.

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Morris Pure North Wallpapers

Inspired by William Morris’s Nordic adventures, Pure Morris North includes a range of stunning fauna inspired wallpapers which capture the essence of the Icelandic landscape. Luxurious and high quality, this collection of historic patterns is accented with subtle watercolour tones and elegant metallic highlights.

Capturing the tenacity of dramatic landscapes reaching to soft misty shores, the delicate watercolour tones of Pure Morris North meet with the gentle mica finishes and metallic highlights of the collection’s 10 stunning fauna inspired wallpapers.

A neutral colour palette including White Clover, Stormy Grey and Faded Sea Pink observe the essence of William Morris’s Icelandic adventures and his passion for a country that he held so dear.

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New rug collections

New Rug collections from Sanderson, Harlequin, Villa Nova and Romo.

Add a burst of colour, statement patterns or subtle tones, to update your living room, bedroom or hallway. We have a variety of fashionable rug designs that ‘s the perfect accompaniment when styling your interior.

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Beside the seaside, beside the sea...

Bring the coast into your home with these nautical but nice fabrics and wallpapers… 

Studio G ‘Land and Sea’ fabric
This collection is influenced by the open heathland and sweeping coastline of Suffolk and Norfolk. Charming coastal scenes and marine motifs are accompanied by birdlife, hedgerow and nature inspired designs. 

Sanderson ‘Seagulls’ wallpaper
Inspired by a printed fabric from the archive, ‘Seagulls’ features flocks the sea bird painted in three fresh and tranquil colours. Perfect for those of you who feel most at home by the sea.

Sanderson ‘Sail Away’ fabric and wallpaper
A whimsical scene of sailing boats gliding across the horizon. The dry brush painterly feel of the 1950s wallpaper, from which the fabric took inspiration, has been replicated with great care. Coastal fun for family rooms and informal living rooms.

Prestigious Textiles ‘Beachcomber’ fabric
Inspired by a shoreline stroll, Beachcomber comprises a medley of maritime themes, with birds and sea life joined by sailing boats and seaside scenes. In a quirky hand-drawn style, all are in warm colourways on 100% cotton.

Studio G ‘Countryside’ fabric
Countryside is a charming collection made up nature inspired watercolour prints, digitally printed onto rustic linens. These versatile and durable prints are suitable for window treatments such as curtains and roman blinds, as well as country cottage upholstery.

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Decorating with cushions

The perfect way of giving a room an instant makeover is to add scatter cushions, or to complete the final touch to your interior (we can make these through our made to measure service). Here are some tips on how to achieve the wow factor.

1. Colour
Adding brightly coloured cushions is a quick way of transforming a room. Linking up with other soft furnishings or accessories, such as a pair of curtains or a piece of art, will pull the whole room together in harmony. Choose colours wisely as certain colours can dictate the mood of a room. Blues and greens are calming and relaxing, perfect for bedrooms, while oranges and reds are warm and more suitable for social spaces.

2. Textures and patterns
Play around with different textures and patterns to break up colour blocks. Mix velvet, fur, ruffles, suede, sequins and tassles to add a new dimension. Your personal style will determine how brave you are when it comes to mixing patterns. Ease yourself in gently by using similar colour palettes and limit yourself to two print schemes, polka dots and florals for example. Cushions with alternative prints on either sides is a good way to mix things up.

3. Location
There are plenty of places to display cushions - sofas, chairs, beds, footstools, window seats and even on the floor. A few large cushions are suited on sofas and chairs, while on a bed you would have several smaller cushions.

4. Shapes
A selection of different shaped cushions can make a sofa less regimented and more inviting. Try teaming up different shapes together, rectangular, circle and square, for impact.

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Curtains or Blinds?

It’s an interesting dilemma when you need to choose curtains or blinds.

If you have a room with numerous windows having a mixture of curtains and blinds can be the best solution rather than having all curtains or all blinds. Hang soft, warm, luxuriant curtains in large windows or French doors where they have room to breathe, then hang blinds in the smaller less accessible windows. It’s finding the right visual balance.

The other advantage of having two window treatments, is that you can use more than one pattern. For example, maybe stripes or spots on the blinds and a larger scale pattern for the curtains. Having both will create a more cosy feel to the room.

If you have radiators under windows try an interlined roman blind and curtains. You can drop the blind when the radiator is on and draw the curtains when the radiator is turned off. We can make all your curtains and blinds to your specifications, exactly as you’d like them.

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Photographs courtesy of Prestigious Textiles


Villa Nova Renzo Wallcoverings


Introducing a new wallcovering collection from Villa Nova, Renzo. Taking inspiration from time-worn surfaces and geometric surfaces found in architecture, Renzo Wallcoverings features uncomplicated patterns that capture an urban, modern simplicity combined with contemporary raw textures, edgy exposed concrete and polished plaster in dramatic, industrial inspired shades.

Photographs courtesy of Villa Nova


The Aylin range, by Villa Nova, is a fusion of clean lines, natural pattern and tactile textures. Jacquard weaves that depict cotton ball tufts and a simple silhouette of leaves sit with patterned weaves inspired by traditional Mexican ceramics giving the collection an eclectic, rustic and handcrafted aesthetic. This is balanced by a simple woven stripe that adds a classic element. These weaves are suitable for a variety of uses from upholstery, drapes and blinds to cushions. Further details can be found on the

Photographs courtesy of Villa Nova