We deal with leading and internationally accredited suppliers who are well established within the interior design field. Our collections are sourced to provide an extensive choice of innovative designs. Whether a simple look or a dramatic change is required, our versatile ranges are sure to please even the most discerning of clients.
A brief history of some of our suppliers.
Founded by Arthur Sanderson in 1860, Sanderson is an internationally renowned brand. Its quintessentially English fabrics and wall covering collections offer classic, inspirational products, design innovation and exceptional quality.
Having been granted a Royal Warrant in 1923, Sanderson still supplies to HM Queen Elizabeth II and British Royal Palaces.
Harlequin is the premier destination for inspirational designs, textures and delicious colours. An eclectic fusion of classic mixed with contemporary, flamboyant married with elegant; Harlequins range of fabrics and wall coverings offer a dazzling spectrum of products.
William Morris, artist, philosopher and political theorist, was one of the most outstanding and influential designers of the Arts & Crafts Movement and through his company, founded in 1861, has produced some of the most fashionable and exciting textiles and wallpapers of his era.
Troynorth is a family run business established in 1977. They specialise in top quality trimmings, tiebacks and accessories. A wide selection of products is offered with a vast choice of design styles from traditional to the exotic.
Since 1951, Luxaflex is a world leader in the design and manufacture of superb window coverings for the home or workplace. Featuring products that provide solutions for everyday practical needs.
Luxaflex has exactly the designs, colours and textures needed to complement your personal style.
Jacaranda take pride in being different. Above all the company provides carpets, rugs and runners using ethically and environmentally sound production practices without compromise to quality design or style.
Many of their products are handmade not mass produced. The floor coverings are woven on traditional wooden looms that require no electricity or are knotted by hand. Thus, each finished piece retains a quirkiness or stunning irregularity to make it unique.
Van Besouw Carpets
Pallu & Lake