A cotton/linen blend, this William Morris Fabric has made up perfectly with interlining and pinch pleats. Mounted on Oak coloured, corded Metropoles, with Spear finials. The tiny touch of red in the curtains, ties in with the two armchairs. The fabric is called bramble in pale blue. Finished with plaited tie backs.
A set of dining room chairs, have a new lease of life with a change of fabric, from Voyage.
A new colour scheme for these upholstered dining room chairs using Romo’s Rocco fabric, really soft but with a linen look slub. Multi shades for a fun feel and new padding to give greater support. Very sophisticated with a touch of fun for this elegant room.
Gorgeous fabric. Hana by Villa Nova. Terracottas are very much back in and this demonstrates how stunning they can be.
A pair of beautifully made silk lampshades. With James Hare Orissa Silk in Pearl and Zambezi trim from Troynorth. Made for a very discerning customer.
This beautiful fabric looks like rain running down a window. Fabric from Romo Leander Topaz. Made into a roman blind, mounted in the recess and pulled up tightly to maximise light.
A lovely shaped pelmet, with glass bobble fringe and a deep braid to finish the top. We have dropped the sides to frame the window and give it a lambrequin feel. Very sophisticated for a downstairs cloakroom.
Gorgeous. Harlequin’s Anais in Powder Blue and Pewter. Shaped pelmets and curtains with coordinating cushions. With a buttoned footstool designed to fit the space perfectly.
Sophisticated cushions and footstool match, with bespoke measurements. This deep buttoned footstool has been made from scratch to complement the customers new scheme. The fabric is a distressed velvet from Harlequin. With legs stained to match the clients wooden mirror surround.
Postelia by Harlequin. A simple 3” pencil heading and ivory lining works well with this busy pattern. The subtle natural colours bring out the tones in the room, with a soft grey/blur adds a dash of colour.
Stunning fabric from a new collection by Prestigious. Karaz Very Berry.
Made with eyelets on clients own poles.
A very contemporary looking room, with heaps of style. Curtains mounted on silver, uncorded Metropoles with designer finials. The centre curtain in Romo Tiami grey/seal, the side Curtains in Prestigious Helius Sterling. With matching scatter cushions to complete the look.
Hall curtains with a touch of elegance. Adding this contrast to the lower half of the curtain, adds character and style. The main fabric is Harlequin Chaconia brass/ink, with Villa Nova Geneva for the contrast.
Eyelet curtains made from the Harlequin Zapara collection. Yasuni Emerald/zest. A striking design in fresh colours, coordinates perfectly with the deep blue colour on the wall of this bedroom. Blackout lined to minimise light.
These Georgian windows on a ground floor needed a set of simple and clean roman blinds, with opaque underside blinds to let in natural light but obscure the view from outside in. The neutral colours work well with any room design.
A selection of beautiful fabrics used for other windows throughout the house...
Using a bright geometric patterned material that matched the rich paintwork, these custom made cushions have created new comfortable seating areas and tied the look together.
A listed house in the Doomsday book carefully renovated with the addition of curtains following both modern and traditional designs, enhancing the wooden features.
Our client had a beautiful church style decorative window that needed to be dressed. We used a double pleat on bright flowery patterned curtain using a track, and then a light willowy patterned fabric puddled, for the simpler apex window.
Chelvey Church is a protected building so we had to work within limitations to give it the drapes that it needed. We worked with a ironmonger who adapted the original ironwork to make a rod to work!
Our lovely clients Rachel and Andy needed soft furnishings throughout the whole house. They chose a traditional style in keeping with the architecture, including styles such as swag and tails, pelmets, fabric tiebacks, tartan patterns, and plenty of window seats. The looks subtly change throughout each room but with consistency.
We undertook a project for a client in Backwell who looking to give her entire home a fabric refresh. We worked on the bedrooms, kitchen, sitting room, and bathroom. Here are the results:
A Roman blind to match the curtains, cushions, wallpaper and bed valance. Fabric by Harlequin.
A pair of horizontally striped blinds to coordinate with these red leather chairs and matching curtains.
Bright, patterned Roman blinds for two adjoining bedrooms, adding character and colour. The colours complement each other, whilst the designs are quite different. The first fabric is Etta by Villa Nova and the second is Taimi by Scion.