The design style of Nicholas Haslam Ltd has evolved continually over the years; whilst initially grounded in the principles of English design, the arrival of Paolo Moschino has brought a continental flair to the company, which has resulted in a more international look. Since the creation of the House and Garden Top 100 Leading Interior Designers List, Nicholas Haslam Ltd has consistently been included, describing the company, as “this is a continental chic at its most accomplished”. In 2014 the company was included in ELLE Décor US ‘ s annual A-list of “Designers and Architects which we admire the most…talents who shape our world and consistently inspire our imagination.”
Neisha Crosland is a Royal College of Art trained textile designer. In 1994 she started her own textile company designing scarves and accessories, and has gone on to design fabrics, wallpapers, rugs, bed linen, tiles, fine china and stationery, also home and fashion accessories for Hankyu Department Stores in Japan. Her body of work has propelled her to the forefront of UK design, and in 2006 she was honoured with the title of Royal Designer for Industry (RDI). Sophisticated and unusual colour combinations, impeccable attention to balance and proportion, oversized graphics and symmetrical geometric motifs inspired by nature characterise her designs.
Mulberry Home features fabrics that defy time and transcend the whims of fashion with both wit and originality. The company draws inspiration from its English heritage whilst introducing new ideas and interpreting them with modern relevance.
William Morris (1834-1896), artist, philosopher and political theorist, was one of the most outstanding and influential designers of the Arts and Crafts Movement and through his company, Morris & Co., he produced some of the most fashionable and exciting textiles and wallpapers of his era.
His legacy continues today with Morris & Co. producing authentic versions of his original designs alongside new interpretations to create up to date fabrics and wallpapers with timeless appeal.
Lewis & Wood is a British supplier of beautiful and unusual fabrics and wallpapers. Established 20 years ago by Stephen Lewis and Joanna Wood it is highly regarded by interior decorators, contract clients and retail customers who appreciate the company’s commitment to producing original British fabrics and wallpapers. Famous for its signature ‘Character’ and ‘Sporting’ designs which are based on historic prints and engravings evoking the beauty and nature of the countryside, Lewis & Wood’s eclectic collections range from large scale floral prints to classic checks and stripes which all display a commitment to developing and supporting the best of British fabric and wallpaper design and manufacturing. Discovering and nurturing artistic talent from other applied arts such as engravers, ceramicists, muralists and decorative painters to create a series of stunning collections, is a unique characteristic of Lewis & Wood’s innovative approach to design.
Founded in 1823, Lee Jofa is the industry leader in high end furnishing fabrics and wallcoverings. The company specialises in style and luxury, and has been a leading source of fine fabrics for the discriminating interior designer for almost two centuries. As the contemporary brand of Lee Jofa, Groundworks has a foundation for innovative design and modern styling. Developed for both residential and contract design, Groundworks’ products represent the best of modern weaves, textures and prints. With an eye on fashion, luxury and overall quality, Groundworks is breaking ground for the future. Its current designer collections include David Hicks by Ashley Hicks, Kelly Wearstler and others.
Kravet Inc., established in 1918, is the industry leader in the trade home furnishings industry. The fifth generation family business distributes fabrics, wall coverings and trimmings. The family’s commitment to innovation has seen the company transform from a small fabric house to a global leader. Kravet Inc. represents brands and designers from all over the world including Lee Jofa, Groundworks and all high-end fabric houses that specialize in style, luxury and exceptional design.
Holland & Sherry has provided the world’s finest fabrics to the apparel industry for almost 200 years, evolving a unique tradition of luxury and quality into interiors. From its inception in 1836, when Stephen Holland & Frederick Sherry began as woolen merchants in London, Holland & Sherry has specialized in the finest wool and silk cloths. Having established a reputation for providing superior fabrics to the most prestigious tailors and luxury brands, Holland & Sherry later moved to Saville Row, where the apparel division remains a fixture today.
Taking inspiration from the traditional apparel fabrics, their line of textiles is suited to any aspect of a sumptuous interior, from upholstery or drapery to fine accessories. As weavers and merchants of the most desirable textiles available, Holland & Sherry’s collections of cashmere, silk velvets, natural linens, and fine wools have garnered international acclaim.
GP & J Baker was founded in 1884 by brothers George Percival and James Baker, the company has been producing beautiful prints, weaves and wallpapers for over 100 years. Today, in addition to developing its own style and unique handwriting, GP & J Baker continues to grow its reputation as one of the world’s innovators of fabric design.
Dare to be bold, innovative, and act as explorers in the field of furnishing fabrics and wallcoverings, this is Elitis’ philosophy. They design contemporary products that always have an edge on the latest techniques. Elitis’ in-house design department, is a hive of activity like that of an experimental laboratory, which traces the lines of research, diversity and innovative mixtures. Elitis searches relentlessly for new materials and textures and invents an emotional, visual and tactile language. In their laboratory of ideas, time is not meant to pass quickly, but to go with the flow of innovation. Present in over 100 countries, from the United Kingdom to Australia passing through Argentina and Russia, their fabrics, wallpapers and wall coverings travel through private residences, hotels, restaurants and commercial environments.