Woven in the UK, Noah Plain is a multipurpose plain light-coloured linen weave with great durability. It is the perfect companion to the busier animal designs of the Holly Frean and Expedition collections. A versatile and practical key player in any interiors scheme.
This is the lead fabric design of the Holly Frean collection. Lions, tigers, zebras and even dodo's feature in this enchanting safari scene. The design was painted by hand by British artist Holly Frean and digitally printed onto linen.
This stunning bear repeat motif is the pièce de resistance of the Holly Frean Collection. In rich, midnight blue and composed of 100% cotton, Theatre combines quirky artistry with smart luxury. Let yourself be drawn into their magical mystery.
Kerala is a simple ikat design, displaying haphazard spots of white against an organic pink hued background. This ethnic inspired motif is a fresh and simple print perfect for bringing a splash of colour and pattern into your home. Combine with prints such as Kyoto or Kasbah for a textured, multi layered look.
Kyoto is a playful zig zag design made up of dappled circles lining up to form organic flowing trails across the length of the fabric. In two tone rustic white and soft dusky pink this cascading design is relaxed and unobtrusive, and perfect for layering with similar tones and prints.
Inspired by abstract shapes and symbols seen across many traditional fabrics, Kasbah is a delicate constellation of geometric motifs, intermittently scattered across a rustic orange background. This eclectic design allows for a subtle introduction of pattern into your interiors, leave the design to shine alone or layer up with prints such as Kongo or Kyoto for a multi-layered, relaxed look.
In snowy grey and off-white tones, the geometric motif and haphazard stripes of Indus resemble fabrics hand woven by communities that inhabit the Indus River basin. Printed onto a rustic linen blend the cool and calming tones and large print will help to create a calming and cosy space in your home.
Inspired by 15th and 16th century tapestries, Friendly Folk shows bushy tailed creatures peering amongst hedgerows, blooming trees and rolling English hills. With a rich sense of folklore and the lyricism of rural land, Friendly Folk is made contemporary with a vibrant orange motif. A linen blend fabric, great for upholstery, curtains and cushions.
An exceptionally soft chenille with a two-tone herringbone in golden sand and cream. Summit mixes a classic, sophisticated design with a casual and slubby weave, recreating the natural charm of Portofino as well as its illustrious following.
Kingdom is a beautifully detailed animal design print fabric that will take you on a virtual safari. Woven and printed in the UK, we recommend pairing this fabric with our coordinating ticking stripe, Savannah, or bold kilim print, Glacier, for a stylish, contemporary scheme.
Inspired by the ornate architecture of the town's cathedral, Ostuni is an elegant batik style print in a sun soaked Celadon hue.
This versatile fabric is printed in the UK and designed in collaboration with renowned interior designer Sophie Paterson. We suggest pairing Ostuni with Fasano or Apulia to bring some rustic Mediterranean grandeur to your home.
Just like it's namesake, this interlocking geometric print flows continuously. Bordered by a lush green stripe imitating the fertile vegetation that surrounds the river. Printed onto a linen blend herringbone weave, combine this fabric with other prints form the Hindu Kush range for a truly maximalist effect.
In watery blue tones, the curved zig zag and dappled stripes of Babylon bring to mind glacial streams as they trickle down from the peaks of the Hindu Kush mountains. Capturing the peace and tranquility found in these isolated landscapes this robust and durable linen mix fabric is perfect for cushions, curtains and upholstery.
Captured in these irregular stripes are the ridges and folds of Europe's highest summit; Mount Elbrus. Reminiscent of the mountain's volcanic past, the fiery orange and yellow stripes are complimented by a cool blue tone, given a dappled effect by the herringbone weave. Let Elbrus multi take centre stage, or pair with other bold prints from the Hindu Kush range for a truly maximalist effect.