Fameed Khalique’s New Beautiful Blue Collection

Timeless and enduring classic blue can be found throughout the Fameed Khalique collections, from Lapis surfaces, ceramic tiles and eglomise panels to elegant embroideries, rich velvets and woven copper threat set in resin, the options are endless.

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Fameed Khalique is a world leader in supplying exquisite and unique surface materials to the interior design industry.

With twenty years’ experience of working in fashion and luxury leathers, Fameed is uniquely placed to identify and source innovative crafts and techniques from around the globe. His internationally renowned company specialises in working with designers and architects –and directly with the public –to provide leathers, textiles, stone, ceramics, embroidery and other unique and innovative surfaces for interior design projects, as well as offering entirely bespoke solutions.

Working across commercial, residential, hospitality, aviation and marine sectors, Fameed Khalique has built up an ever-expanding portfolio of its own collections, as well as establishing a network of skilled artisans and craftspeople around the globe to help deliver truly extraordinary interior schemes.

The Fameed Khalique showroom in Chelsea’s Furniture & Arts Building contains the world’s largest selection of luxury surface material samples found under one roof. Designers are free to peruse this extensive library of samples gaining inspiration and ideas. ‘The familiar lament among designers and architects is, “I never see anything new,”’ says Fameed. ‘Here, we create surfaces that inspire a genuine sense of wonder. We know we’ve done our job when we see.

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About Jess Mockler

Jess is the Marketing and Membership Executive at BCFA and Design Insider. She has a passion for design, marketing and events with a history of working closely with designers in the interior sector after finishing University in Event Management.
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