We work with like-minded artists, designers and makers to produce all our fabrics. Our collections include styles suitable for indoor and outdoor use, featuring handprinted linens and woven fabrics that can be used for curtains, upholstery, walling, and commercial interior projects.
Frieda has a timeless woven construction; the ideal plain weave is presented in complimentary tones to those of the collection. In addition, its cotton to linen ratio makes it the perfect weight for curtains or upholstery.
Hanging 1925 is inspired by a work called ‘Wall Hanging’, created in 1925 by Albers. As the most prominent artist in the school of textiles, Albers was well known for using geometric abstraction in her weavings. The new colourways stay true to Albers’ vision and unique narrative when using colours together. The design focuses on the original work’s weave construction and rich texture.
Kit Kemp has an individual and original approach to designing her fabrics and trims collection. Her use of colour and attention to detail celebrates craft and captures the imagination. Kit treasures her working relationship with Michal Silver at Christopher Farr Cloth in making her design ideas a reality. Kit Kemp MBE has forged an internationally-acclaimed reputation for her unique hotel interiors as Founder and Creative Director of Firmdale Hotels and a design practice, Kit Kemp Design Studio. In addition, the studio has a thriving textile, fragrance and homewares business. Furthermore, Kemp has authored several best-selling design books and is a champion of British art, craft and sculpture.
Little Weed, a true gem of a weave, offers a contemporary twist on traditional designs. Its interplay of geometric shapes and intricate details evokes a sense of modernity, making it a versatile choice for both classic and contemporary interiors. Kemp’s thoughtful insight into Little Weed reflects its versatility, “this is a great upholstery fabric. It can be used on both sides to different effect. It is neat and lyrical and fun. It will look so different in a contemporary or traditional setting. It can achieve a lot in a small repeat and it looks like a Little Weed.”