Industry News

Ulster’s hands-on approach

Ulster Carpets took a hands-on approach to support this year’s Wool Week. The Campaign for Wool’s annual event aims to champion and educate consumers about the benefits of wool, whilst showcasing innovative and contemporary wool products and raising awareness of wool as a planet-friendly fibre that biodegrades in the land and in the ocean. “While… Read More >

16 October 2019

Edmund Bell: Tribal African

Following on from Edmund Bell’s Nordic Simplicity blog, the fifth trend they explore in their Global Traveller series is Tribal African. Travelling and roving adventures are the influences behind the nomadic Tribal African trend. Clashing patterns with a global vibe, eclectic accessorizing, chunky textured fabrics and eclectic prints, mean that rich details of this trend can be… Read More >

10 October 2019

Edmund Bell: Nordic Simplicity

Following on from Edmund Bell’s Memphis Brights blog, the fourth trend they explore in their Global Traveller series is Nordic Simplicity. Nordic is the trend that keeps on giving. This popular look has eternal charm because it combines simplicity with comfort so seamlessly. Light, natural elements and an abundance of neutral colours typify the Nordic look. A harmonious blend of styles from… Read More >

3 October 2019

Larson-Juhl: Paper

Paper in the form of mountboard can play a key part in framed art and Larson-Juhl offers over 300 variations. The range is made up of an impressive variety of beautiful colours, a vast selection of textures and styles and a wide choice of properties that includes museum and conservation standard. This means you can… Read More >

2 October 2019

Morgan’s Sketching Exhibition

Morgan Furniture hosted a talk by pen & ink artist Luke Adam Hawker in its Clerkenwell showroom during London Design Festival. Specialising in intricate architectural and natural drawings on location, Luke spoke about his process and experience as an artist against a backdrop of open sketchbooks, inviting guests into his world of observing and capturing… Read More >

1 October 2019

Edmund Bell: Memphis Brights

Following on from Edmund Bell’s Raw Japanese blog, the third trend they explore in their Global Traveller series is Memphis Brights. Memphis design… love it or hate it! Memphis is a design movement that began in 1981 – while the name might make you think that it was born in Tennesse, it got it started in Milan, Italy. Designer Ettore Sottsass founded the… Read More >

25 September 2019

Bespoke by Evans’ Sublimatic Thermoprinting Technology

Manchester based textiles company, Bespoke by Evans invests in a new digital sublimation printer which uses heat to transfer dye onto flame retardant fabrics for use in the contract sector.  “With our new Italian-engineered printing technology, we not only achieve the highest quality print results, but we can also meet our customer demands in less… Read More >

10 September 2019