Soft and cosy, OVIS is a plain boucle that offers a mix of colourways to get creative in a space. Contemporary and inviting, OVIS is a richly textured, luxe fabric that is ideal for a warm, modern residential and trendy commercial interior.
Our co-ordinating wallpaper design, La Palma Wallpaper has been digitally printed onto a pre-embossed paper-based vinyl. The scale of the textile has been captured through printing onto a 68.5 cm wide roll. The faux linen emboss speaks to 1950s bark cloth prints and adds further dimension to this dramatic and playful tropical print. Each colourway of La Palma Wallpaper has been coloured to match the coordinating textile.
Our Grande Boucle textile is influenced by our current nostalgia for the 1970?s and as its name suggests is a weighty and dimensional boucle upholstery. Woven in Italy, in a mix of natural and synthetic fibres, Grande Boucle has been expertly finished creating a soft and luxurious handle and tailored finish. The light acyclic backing adds further weight and prevents movement on loose cushions. Grande Boucle has been coloured in three perfect neutrals and is part of our forthcoming Catherine Martin for Mokum collection inspired by her current film project.
Perfect for Sofa, Dining chairs and commercial upholstery.
La Palma features both banana and fan palms, rhythmically swaying in the tropical breeze. Digitally printed to capture the delicate layers of this hand painted design, the wide width 100% linen base cloth enhances the depth of texture of this luxury tropical textile. Created in six divine colours, La Palma’s palette ranges from romantic pastels, to fresh aqua’s and deep emeralds, made complete with a brooding sepia shade reminiscent of tropical flora during the golden hours of dawn and dusk.
Surround yourself in a tropical paradise all year round with this dramatic painterly design.
Cole & Son’s designers took inspiration for Chamber Angels from the unique, carousel style structure found on the ceiling of The Presence Chamber, which forms part of the King’s State Apartments at Kensington Palace. Originally designed by William Kent, one of the most influential names in early 18th century design, the celebratory style of the pattern is evocative of the essence of the room, being a place where the king entertained and received courtiers, ministers and foreign ambassadors. Dancing figures have been combined with delicate foliage and the ripened fruits, once found in the Kensington Palace Orangery, create a decoratively decadent design.
The grand baroque-style extension of Hampton Court Palace was commissioned by William III and Mary II towards the end of the 17th century to rival the great palaces of Europe. Opulence was at the heart of baroque design, with mirrors being a great luxury and a symbol of extreme wealth. King’s Argent is a reflection of this extravagant addition to the palace, a detailed series of silvered mirrored tiles covered in shadowy leaves and flower heads, its delicate etchings adding to the stately grandeur of Hampton Court’s ceremonial rooms.
At once sprawling and serene, Jasmine & Serin Symphony is a contemporary update of a graceful Arts and Crafts-style print. Depicting ethereal birds perched among trailing jasmine vines, its flora and fauna create a subtle ombré as the design fans in gentle arcs across the wall.
Presented in soft botanical shades of Rose & Racing Car Green on Dark Viridian; Yellow & Leaf Green on Dark Forest Green; Coral & Petrol on Ink; and Chartreuse & Olive Green on White.
Light, voluminous, summer’s day clouds are carried along by a gentle breeze in this beautifully delicate, ethereal design. Fresco Sky is an ode to Antonio Verrio’s great mural ceiling above the King’s Staircase at Hampton Court Palace.
Whilst this vast scene was designed in a classical style, featuring iconography associating King William III with Alexander the Great, Hercules, and Apollo, the Cole & Son hand has ensured that its timeless inspiration is kept airy and bright.
The Plaza Alfaro residence in Seville is said to have inspired the iconic balcony scene in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. With its wrought iron balustrades, sunshine yellow paintwork and blooming tropical flowers, Alfaro is a vibrant ode to Sevillian architecture in true-to-life tones of Canary Yellow & Petrol on Parchment; Ochre & Racing Car Green on Terracotta; and Dark Ochre & Forest Green on Duck Egg.
Talavera’s plentiful pots abundant in flowers and trailing plants can be found throughout Spain, with the traditional ceramics each painted with their own unique decoration.
The plaster-style grounds of Terracotta, Cerulean Sky, and Stone are reminiscent of Seville’s sun-soaked buildings with the pots presented in authentic tones of Rose & Spring Greens; Fuchsia & Forest Greens; and Magenta & Spring Greens.
Narina shares its name with the beautiful Narina Trogan Bird, native to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Derived from the detailed patterning found on many Ardmore bowls and vases, the Cole & Son design studio have created a soft watercoloured geometric design using the stylised feathers of the Narina Bird to produce a subtle yet unusual semi-plain wallpaper.
Offered in colourings including soft neutrals alongside a vibrant burnt orange, leaf green and moody charcoal, this beautiful paper can be used to complement other designs within the collection and can also be hung upside down for an equally striking effect.
The Savuti is one of Africa’s most loved and well known national parks where hoopoes and hornbills call and sing whilst baboon monkeys and chameleons sun themselves in flowering Coral Trees.
This wonderful African garden has been recreated as a wallpaper in seven colourful and distinctive colourings each offering a different look - a bright orange and charcoal with a monotone engraved feel – a duck egg and old stone with a more faded and antique illustrative tones, and a series of three brightly coloured more child-like colourings on grounds of cream, dark petrol and khaki.
The design of Ardmore Cameos is a very personal representation of a series of plates which were created originally as a wedding gift for a friend of Ardmore. With each animal portrait, including a rather haughty zebra and a quizzical leopard, set against a backdrop of softly drawn giraffe spots, this delightful cartouche wallpaper is offered in colourings of soft olive, grey, pale khaki and a striking black and white.
Khulu, meaning ‘most important’, is particularly apt for this grand design featuring classical vases entwined with leopards, parrots, lions and other African animals. This fabulous watercoloured motif pays tribute to these modern day collectable vessels which can be found in galleries and private collections around the world.
Printed to an impressive 68.5cm repeat, the design is offered in various colourways including soft pinks and oranges on pale cream, a host of China blues on ivory, vivid greens and charcoal on ivory and finally a dramatic petrol and emerald on midnight blue.
Singita, meaning Place of Miracles, is truly just that. This rich and fabulously patterned forest design has been painstakingly hand-painted using the decorative plant motifs and foliage which adorn the painted dishes and bowls created by the Ardmore artists. This rich tapestry-like paper with its glimpses of artist, Alex Sibande’s enigmatic animal travellers strolling through the undergrowth, will create a luxurious backdrop to any interior.
The charmingly designed Safari Dance features a trio of elephants dancing horizontally across the African plains. Intricately rendered, they are taken from a series of large decorated urns painted by Zinhle Nene which take pride of place in the Ardmore museum. Colourings are paired back in order to enhance the fine hand-drawn elements – charcoal and sand and stone provide a softly speckled backdrop to black and white, as well as soft mulberry, rust and cool chalky greys.
A velvet version of our beloved Peonia linen print. The hand painted flower laden peony branches and whimsical bumble bees have now been digitally printed onto a luxurious velvet base cloth. The pattern repeat has been reworked to suit upholstery requirements and unlike the drapery version is now a straight match. Peonia has been carefully custom coloured in three darkly romantic colorways and coordinates with our recently launched Vintage Deux plain velvet.