We can make cushions in any size and fabric of your choice. These ones are made in a luxurious Romo fabric.
Our window display shows what can be achieved with Earthborn’s wonderful paints and how this upcycling of furniture can complement Scion’s fresh and colourful fabrics and wallpapers.
On show is Scion’s new Lohko collection. We can also show you Scion’s other collections as well as the collection from many other brands including Prestigious and Harlequin.
The Prestigious Secret Garden collection. Bright and cheerful, Secret Garden is a series of embroidered designs for curtains and accessories where multi-coloured ferns, floral trails, concentric discs and a simple trellis stand proud in zesty shades on linen-effect grounds.
We sell Earthborn Paints online and in store. Please visit us to see the range of colours available and discuss the vast benefits of using these fab paints.
Curtains and blinds we made to measure and fitted at a Farmhouse style new-build home at Whitley Willows near Lepton, West Yorkshire.
We provided the curtains and blinds in most of the rooms of this beautiful home on the Whitley Willows development.
More photos of our work here can be found on our Houzz page.
The Prestigious Rocco collection. Upholstery-weight chenilles bring an exciting new dimension to modern interiors. In a suite of vibrant colourways, the range comprises bold, tessellated concepts offset by a mesmerising geometric key, a sumptuous striated coordinate and a tactile weave.
The Prestigious Pickle collection is a medley, which is sure to get the family talking round the kitchen table. Cotton prints depicting vintage labels, dinky flowers and a fruity patchwork team with retro coordinates, and the entire Pickle collection can be enhanced by an optional PVC finish.
The Prestigious Iona collection with its digitally-printed watercolour leaves, stylised flowers and freehand brushstrokes, expresses artistic flair on a soft chenille suitable for drapes and domestic upholstery. A duo of upholstery jacquards completes the line-up, which is interpreted in lovely painterly palettes.