Trends: Sofas & Stuff bespoke range adds designer fabrics

posted on Monday, 11th November 2019 by Chris Jenkins

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The Bespoke Collection from Sofas & Stuff have added fabrics from leading designers to the company’s range of handmade beds, sofas and chairs.

GP & J Baker, Liberty London, Mulberry Home, Morris & Co and Designers Guild are just some of the designer fabrics that make up Sofas & Stuff new Bespoke Collection. There are hundreds of premium fabrics to choose from, each with their own distinctive style, colour palette and pattern to suit all interior design schemes.

These timeless fabrics can upholster any of the UK handmade sofas, beds and chairs. Designs can be fully tailored to any requirements with a choice of sizes, cushion fillings and legs. All fabrics are available across thirteen nationwide and London stores with the best designer names in textiles.

Sofas &Stuff  Ashdown 2.5 Seater Sofa In Morris & Co Willow Bough Weave Grey , From £1209

Sofas &Stuff A Petworth 3 Seater Sofa In Mulberry Flying Ducks & House Wool Wisp , From £1431

Liberty’s love of the unconventional is reflected in the reams of colourful, unfamiliar and alluring fabrics in patterns ranging from the quintessentially British meadow in full bloom to dark and broody offerings, rich in gothic, Victorian glamour, while Mulberry Home continues to draw inspiration from its English heritage while remaining a committed pioneer of fashionable trends. Each distinctive Mulberry Home collection has a different theme, introducing new ideas and colours whilst interpreting them with modern relevance.

The Designers Guild range incorporates collections from the likes of William Yeoward and Christian Lacroix. Influenced by 18th and 19th century antiques, William Yeoward fabrics are a patchwork of designs with clear connections to both the British Isles and more exotic locations. From the iconic Ikat prints to Cornish style marine stripes, the collection is both sophisticated and elegant.

From classic ticking to standout stripes and an extensive range of checks, this collection combines country cottage appeal and coastal cool with timeless, English elegance. The range has expanded to include a collection of wools adorned with jacquard, stripe and check designs as well as pretty embroidered cottons.

Sofas &Stuff Alwinton 4 Seater Sofa In Cameron Malard & Linwood Tropicana Navy From £1761

Sofas &Stuff Boxgrove Chair In Designers Guild Lambrusa Pimenton & Varese Moleskin , £2027

The Osborne and Little fabrics exude bright and bold colour ways, clashing patterns and chintzy prints. Their use of wild animals adds a whimsical and fun feel to their collections. Ranges by Nina Campbell and Matthew Williams feature a distinctive and instantly recognisable colour pallet paired with quality of design.

The renowned hand woven Harris Tweed wools are soft, warm and naturally stain resistant. Woven in the Outer Hebrides since the 1800’s, they’re made from pure virgin wool, dyed, spun and finished at the mills.

Linwood fabrics are often associated with traditional dobby and jacquard weaves, but the range also includes unique and sometimes eccentric contemporary designs.
Romo fabrics are renowned for their assorted library of classic and contemporary designs and versatile plains, offering a diverse style and timeless elegance enriched with a sophisticated colour palette.

Sofas &Stuff Brighton In Harris Tweed Salmon From £2032

Sofas &Stuff L Petworth 3 Seater Sofa In Mulberry Flying Ducks & House Wool Wisp , From £1431

Many Morris & Co fabric designs are full of hedgerow beauty with leafy greens sitting proudly alongside strawberry reds and inky blues. Rich tapestry designs are perfectly placed next to botanical prints on super soft cottons, combined with hunting scenes fit for any home.

Classic and feminine, the Sanderson fabrics feature quintessentially English country garden prints, plush plain weaves, traditional dobby designs and an expanse of floral designs.

Other Collections in the Bespoke range include GP & J Baker, Harlequin, Colefax and Fowler, Kirkby Design and Zoffany.

Chris Jenkins

Inside ID contributor Chris Jenkins is the Editor of Arts & Collections, and a freelance technology and industry journalist...

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