This striking, embroidered ikat stripe is a useful coordinate, matching beautifully with featured Sanderson designs. Viscose threads add a subtle shimmer, contrasting with the dryness of the fabric’s cotton stripe.
Perfect for use throughout the home this beautifully detailed design shows the Pincushion Protea in all its glory. Embroidered in a viscose thread on a cotton ground a delicate shimmer highlights the colours and textures of the fabric’s flowers and leaves. Available in three colourways: Fuchsia Hay and Silver Mint
Taken from an archive document and with its classic chinoiserie appeal block printed pheasants flowers and leaves adorn this stylised Sanderson fabric. Available in three colourways: Chintz Navy and English Grey
An exciting discovery from the Sanderson archive (drawn by F.M.Barnett c.1961), this intricate design was immediately adopted and translated into this stunning embroidery with its bright array of tropical colours adorning a choice of base cloths.
Originally a wallpaper, this stylised fern design has been converted in to a contemporary fabric, with fine viscose embroidered yarns densely stitched to ensure the design retains its smart, clean and refined look.
A soft draping jacquard quality suitable for curtains and upholstery, this simply textured tree fern is silhouetted against a silky ground colour, offering elegant style and beautiful colour combinations whether used alone or in combination with The Glasshouse’s prints and wallpapers.
A popular botanical subject, Fernery is a beautifully painted design depicting a variety of fern species - printed on crisp 100% cotton, with the exception the Olive colourway which is printed on natural linen.
Mauritius - Adapted from an early 19th century French design, this bountiful, 100% cotton satin was originally painted with a soft watercolour technique and produced in antique colourways. Suitable for blinds and curtains, a wallpaper of the same name is also available.
Roslyn - William Turner, one of the most eminent designers of the 20th century, first produced Roslyn as a wallpaper in 1910, translating it into a printed fabric during the 1920s. Originally known as The Cleves, it was part of the Sanderson range until 1974 making it one of the company’s most enduring designs. This latest version has been engraved directly from the original fabric to retain its distinctive textures and effects.
Rowan Berry is produced in a striking contemporary colourway on a plush velvet. Multi is a joyful interpretation that contrasts beautifully against its white ground.
Very Rose and Peony - Adapted and enlarged from an original textile artwork, this archive inspired fabric is layered with the most dramatic of floral blooms. Choose from Multi’s clean, confident colours or the strong contemporary feel of Kingfisher/Rowan Berry and Wild Plum, printed on a luxurious velvet.
Etchings & Rose - Three rare and beautifully engraved prints from Mulhouse have been faithfully reproduced in this simple but effective design. China Blue is a lovely classic toile addition to this popular design.
Adding a vintage feel to any room, this linen-blend fabric design was taken from a 1937 archive document and is digitally printed to capture the array of colours, overprints and textures of the original block print. Ideal for large expanses of curtains and blinds.
Stapleton Park - Designed by Pat Etheridge and first launched in 1990 as part of the Sanderson Carlysle Collection, this large scale floral bouquet in a typically English style combines roses, cornflowers, foxgloves and hydrangeas with trailing stems and foliage. The Squirrel/Olive colourway is printed on a plush velvet and Navy/Olive on a smart, soft cotton.
Inspired by designs of early 19th century hand-painted Chinese wallpaper, this cotton-blend trailing fabric design shows peony blossoms and birds painted in soft watercolours and pastels. Fresh and inspiring, this design would look beautiful at large windows on curtains and blinds.
Delicate pen and ink botanical quality drawings are set against plain coloured backgrounds to create a stunning, graphic fabric design in bold colourways. Printed on linen union with a subtle glazed finish, a wallpaper of the same name is also available.
A myriad of flowers bloom from a single branch on this soft linen design featuring chrysanthemums, peonies, honeysuckle and berries. The distressed textures of the Indian Palampores from the 18th Century are conveyed through the printing technique and beguiling colourways.
Full bloom tulips and anenomes in ornate vases and floating petals in bowls are displayed on this 100% cotton fabric design, produced in lifelike colourways on neutral backgrounds. The design was influenced by the work of Royal Academician Elizabeth Blackadder, and is suitable for blinds and curtains.
A bold modern cotton-linen fabric design of magnificent magnolia blooms with the texture and tones of the flowers vividly reproduced in beguiling colourways. Subtle nuances of light and shade give the flowers a luminous waxy quality.
A perfect choice for curtains and upholstery, and a wallpaper of the same name is also available.
Classic botanical drawings of oversized narcissus have been given a contemporary twist in this linen-mix fabric design with the introduction of hints of metallic deep within the centre of the flower. A smart choice for curtains and upholstery.
A paradise garden inspired by miniature paintings of the first Persian Gardens features on this delightful fabric design. Painted in soft washes of colour to create a tranquil scene, invite a sense of calm into your home with this relaxing design.