Category: Fabrics

A flair of french chic interior design

Incorporate a flair of French chic interior design into your home. Paris the Mecca for fashion design and the home of the Houlés interior showroom. Replicate the Parisian interior style by draping the luxurious fabric around your home. The quality of the fabric is unmistakeable and I was over the moon to receive my selection of samples.

houles samples

From an eclectic colour range of weaves in the Capri range, to neutral shades in the Canna and Coco range. So inspired by the quality of the Capri range I have incorporated the fabric in nursing chaira number of pieces. Teaming the range with a complementing St Judes print fabric on the back of a nursing chair. Also creating a contemporary look by carver chaircombining contrasting green with a cheeky hint of pink on a carver chair.

However if a tweedy look is what you are looking for the Boston range has that covered.  A woven fabric with a tweed appearance, maintain a sense of tradition with contemporary colours.

Or the Fidji range, a plain fabric with the feel of velvet. For a truly luxurious feel opt for the Eden range of velvets. From vibrant colour choices to more neutral tones. The quality of the fabric is unmistakeable from the look and feel. The one danger in choosing this fabric for your next upholstery project, it could result in creating a piece of furniture you may never want to leave.

Welsh blankets woven with a thread of nostalgia

Recently visited the Melin Tregwynt Mill in Pembrokeshire and I was transported back to fond memories of my childhood. Of a wet winter evening cwtching up on a comfy chair, melin tregwynt wrapped in a welsh blanket, the smell of cawl warming on the stove. To memories of my grandmother’s house with rooms not complete without a welsh blanket or two. Memories that warm your heart.

melin tregwyntThe 100% wool fabric woven on site with a thread of nostalgia. The reworked classic designs incorporating new colours to bring the fabric up to date. With the addition of the more contemporary designs that would complement any home. The tactile quality of the doublecloth blankets creates an irresistible urge to feel the quality. You would be hard pressed to find someone who did not fall in love with one of their designs.

After a walk around the mill, seeing the work involved in the creations, further enhanced my love for the fabric. The history and quality of each piece is clearly melin tregwynt millvisible on all the products on display.

So with my rekindled love for the fabric, it seems destined for the fabric to be incorporated into some of my future pieces.  After all every home needs a hint of nostalgia.

British Abraham Moon fabric

Really excited to receive the diverse range of Moon fabric. The use of 100% wool creates a sense of warmth and comfort.

moon fabric


Abraham Moon fabric founded in 1837, one of the last remaining vertical woollen mills in Great Britain. With a reputation for quality and innovative design. Combining traditional principles with contemporary twists.

The Melton wools provide a range of colours that can be used to create a statement piece or complement other designs when used in combination. The colours range from neutrals through to vibrant colour palettes.

The Parquet pattern of striking combinations of teal, candy and rhubarb blended seamlessly into rich hues and warm neutrals. The end result is perfect for bold, contemporary interiors.

The Dale collection where the colour combinations have been inspired by the natural beauty and colour of the Yorkshire Dales. The collection is split over 2 volumes; ‘Spring’ creating subtle shades of apple, lime, raspberry and stone. ‘Autumn’ including richer combinations of damson, mulberry and walnut.

The Boutique collection, a supreme luxury fabric, woven from pure Merino Lambswool creating a naturally finer feel and softness. A contemporary collection with a mix of chalk stripes, sleek Prince of Wales checks, and stunning plaids. Luxurious colours, fuchsia and blue with striking charcoals and natural hues. Twenty first century designs fused with a touch of Savile Row tradition to bring contemporary living into every home.