Christopher Farr Cloth Beyond Fabric17th January 2021
Christopher Farr Cloth was launched in 2000 by Michal Silver with partners Christopher Farr and Matthew Bourne. They have since broadened from fabrics to wallpapers and trimmings.
Christopher Farr has developed a reputation for high quality designs for interiors. Their exciting colour combinations and use of pattern has inspired many homes and businesses.
Christopher Farr Cloth's creativity is drawn from both past archival work by 20th century artists and current artists and designers they work with. The demand for their products continues to grow and this is in no small part thanks to their outstanding collaborations. This includes famed designers such as Kit Kemp and Neisha Crosland whose styles line-up wonderfully with the signature Christopher Farr look.
The brand release new designs as part of their existing collections. These are simply split between the type of materials and who they worked with. Take a closer look at these ranges.
Christopher Farr Cloth Collections
Christopher Farr Fabrics and Wallpapers
These woven fabric designs have been produced in European artisanal mills. They're ideal for adding texture to any interior.
Many of Christopher Farr's most popular patterns can be found on wallpapers. There's also raffia and vinyl designs for modern spaces.
These, often colourful, fabrics have been hand or screen printed in the UK. There's also plenty of alternatives for fans of muted tones.
Practical can also be stylish with these outdoor and performance fabrics. They're highly durable making them perfect for upholstery.
Decorative trims have been created to complete home furnishings and curtains in a range of complementing colours and patterns.
Christopher Farr Collaborations
The Creative Director of Firmdale Hotels, Kit Kemp, is known for using a surprising mix of colours and pattern. This translates wonderfully into the Christopher Farr colour palette.
Neisha Crosland is both a designer and author and she is all about oversized graphic patterns done in style. They're the ideal way to create a statement in interiors.
This artist's style starts and ends with weaving. Her craftsmanship and mathematical ingenuity transforms into stunning textiles that are inspired by rich histories.
A ceramic artist whose lovely, soft illustrations have been adapted for screen-printed linen fabric and wallpaper patterns.
These designs have been chosen from the archive of French artist, Raoul Dufy. There's big bold prints and geometrics.
These designers believe in timeless style and functionality with versatile geometric patterns and stripes.
A contemporary artist and designer who works with natural materials that convert wonderfully into prints and wallpaper.
These lively printed linen materials were designed in the 1970s and include many crowd favourites among their numbers.
Our Favourite Christopher Farr Fabric and Wallpaper Designs
This alternative stripe fabric is a bestseller at F&P. It's also available as an outdoor fabric.
Carnival Fabric continues to be a hit year in and year out as an exuberant large-scale floral fabric.
This luxurious embroidered fabric adds stripes of colour to interiors whilst being effortlessly modern.
A colourful large kilim design, this wallpaper is the perfect backdrop to build pattern and colour around.
Embracing Colour: Pink and Orange Decorating Ideas
Fleurs Etoilees Bedroom
This unconventional colour combination is a favourite of Christopher Cloth and us at F&P Interiors. Get inspired by these interior design ideas.
This blue and green hotel room, designed by Kit Kemp, combines some of Christopher Farr's most popular fabrics. Here's how to get the look.