Posts Tagged: Fabric

Sekers release Abisko and Copernicus fabrics

BCFA member Sekers have recently launched two new beautiful collections – Abisko and Copernicus. Within Abisko lays Dalarna & Falun, whilst Copernicus has two woven velvets Deneb & Vega. Design Insider would love for you to read on and learn more about these intricate fabrics! ABISKO – a collection of two subtle, shimmering fabrics suitable… Read More >

22 October 2018


2018 is a year of celebrations for BCFA member Gainsborough; it is the mill’s 115th anniversary, which they’ve marked with the launch of three ground-breaking collections. Gainsborough has designed, dyed and woven the finest interior fabrics in their dye house and weave shed in Sudbury, Suffolk, since 1903, only using natural yarns. That artisanal and… Read More >

18 October 2018

Mercure Edinburgh City – KAI

Kai’s fabric has been used in the elegant Mercure Edinburgh City Princes Street Hotel, which has undergone a locally inspired refurbishment to the public spaces, which includes the bar and restaurant. The BCFA member’s fabric used is part of the Como collection. The Mercure Edinburgh City Princes Street hotel is located in the city centre and is… Read More >

15 October 2018

Delve into cultures with Muraspec’s Amazonia

Motifs is a series of collections inspired by different cultural themes. Muraspec’s Amazonia collection is a set of enchanting patterns providing a glimpse into a rainbow of exotic creatures and rich vegetation; using the vibrant and lush rainforest flora and fauna as inspiration. Created in their Kent studio, Novos, Rio, Manos and Porto take us on a… Read More >

27 September 2018

Linwood’s new colourful Faroe range

BCFA member Linwood are a family business based in the South of England, offering both contemporary and classic designs that combine quality, beauty and practicality to fabrics and wallpapers. Linwood’s creative team have recently created a new fabric collection named Faroe, which offers inspiring colours for a designer’s project. Faroe has a timeless herringbone wool… Read More >

15 September 2018

Loomah’s Jagged Houndstooth – ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog!

Loomah, a BCFA member, are excited to announce the launch of their latest HOUNDSTOOTH collection.  Named after the jagged teeth of a dog, Houndstooth originates from the Scottish Lowlands where it was originally worn by sheepherders in the 19th Century. Most often associated with more conservative menswear, this distinctive geometric pattern characterised by its four-pointed… Read More >

14 September 2018

Edmund Bell’s Metallic Appreciation

Edmund Bell, a BCFA member, are known for many types of fabrics: blackout, dimout, sheet, woven, print and upholstery. As their leading fabrics hold many sumptuous and tactile properties, Design Insider would like to bring you an inside look in to one specific colour: metallic. It’s the small details that make the difference within the frame… Read More >

31 August 2018