Psychedelic: the geometric designs in these luxurious ‘A rrow’ and ‘Zig Zag’ wool and wool & linen blend throws from Calzeat’s ‘Rainbow’ Collection bring living spaces to life.
Pull Shapes: Moody Monday’s contemporary ‘Dance’, ‘Modulate’ and ‘Gems on the Beach’ hand-printed cushions are made from the highest quality 100% cotton satin giving them a luxurious soft feel.
These ‘Formica’ and ‘Horse’ 100% cashmere blankets from ROAM are from a capsule collection designed by Robert Gillan, Director of Knowledge Exchange at Edinburgh College of Art. Inspired by traditional mark making and vintage children’s books from the 50s and 60s, Robert combines mono-prints, lino-cuts, personal drawings and off-set printing techniques with a strong colour palette. The results? Amazing.
Grassroots: this ‘Teasels Seedhead’ cushion from Marram Studio is printed on natural linen and is available with a non-allergenic hollow fibre pad.
Woven ‘Feathers’ and ‘Canage’ design 50x50 cushions from Bespoke Atelier.
The Plan’s ‘Kansei’ modular seating is from an extended range designed by Stuart McDonnell. It features ‘Strata’ fabric in ‘Granite’ which is designed by Marion Whitelaw and woven in Scotland.
Linen has strong roots in Scottish history and high quality woven fabric like this from Scalpay Linen remains a staple in interiors around the world. ‘M erian Palm’ superwide wallpaper from Timorous Beasties.
The Scottish textiles interiors industry has never been stronger with our quality fabrics made to demanding standards, our luxury furnishings and custom designs are treasured the world over. Here’s a snapshot of what’s available from Scotland.
superior sophistication Planes, trains and automobiles; luxury hotels, restaurants and bars; TV, film and stage, as well as in the most discerning homes around the world – you can find Scottish textiles everywhere.
In Scotland, we’re all about quality craftsmanship. First and foremost, designers and manufacturers shoot for the stars, and simply won’t compromise. After all, we have been producing renowned products for centuries. What’s more, our companies offer an expertise in supplying a product which performs – a critical requirement for many interiors projects. And we are an exemplar when it comes to complex contract design – from conception to delivery. Add to this ever-developing colourways, and designs available from leather to lace and you‘d be hard pushed not to find what you need – whether you knew what that was or not!
These cushions from Bluebellgray’s ‘Blossom’ Collection, inspired by founder Fi Douglas’ travels to Japan, feature fresh floral summer blooms with Eastern influence. Fi’s original artwork is hand-painted in Glasgow then digitally printed before being stitched with Scottish woven backing cloth and stuffed with Scottish luxury feather pads.
Many quality, sought after fabrics for the interiors market are produced in Scotland, like Harris Tweed, lace and wovens to name a few. This two-tone ‘Prado Jacquard Woven Damask’ in gold tan is based on a 16th century Italian renaissance wallpaper design and brings a touch of timeless elegance to upholstery.
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These 100% British and Shetland wool rugs from Turnberry Rug Works reflect the colours and feel of the Isle of Lewis.
These bright cushions from Morag Macpherson are digitally printed onto pure linen with a cotton canvas back and stuffed with duck feathers for extra snugness.
Contemporary Celtic: ‘Blue Lorenzo’ embroidered cushions from Holland & Sherry.
Make a splash: these ‘Omni Splatt’ and ‘Grand Blotch Damask’ cushions from Timorous Beasties are bold as well as beautiful.
Nikki McWilliams’ comfy ‘Chocolate Teacake’ cushion is now available in Dark Chocolate...but must remember: they’re not for eating.
Bute Fabrics creates its Tweed from tonal nep fabrics, which is perfect for brightening upholstery or curtains. It has been used alongside Bute’s ‘Ramshead’ fabrics in this award-winning ‘Lilly Pond’ miniature chair by Ina Jones.
Fine ‘M adalyn’ lace from MYB Textiles is perfect for making blinds a sta tement.
Anna Macneil’s Harris Tweed ‘Celtic Thistle’ and ‘Moor and Machair’ floral cushions take inspiration from the flora that grows in abundance on the moorland and machair lands of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
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This contemporary wallpaper design from Moody Monday’s ‘The Secret Music’ Collection is inspired by the parts of an old double keyboard organ and adds a touch of maestro sophistication to any living space.
products Print designer Louise Kirby has just launched her ‘Hallyburton Collection’ which includes designs like this ‘Tree Rings’ print, inspired by the changing seasons of a Perthshire country estate, and can be applied to ceramics as well as fabrics.
Bring print designs to the table with this ‘M int & Rust’ gilded cup and saucer from Dana Finnigan’s ‘Triangles’ Collection.