Extended Brand Library at F&P Interiors

With over 20 years of experience in the industry, F&P Interiors has established relationships with numerous design houses - both big and small. Our Extended Brand Library features some of the smaller and more specialist brands that we work with, primarily for our Interior Design services.

You can use the "Enquire Now" button under each brand to request prices and samples or get in touch with our team to book an appointment in our showroom or for an online design consultation.

Alice Sergeant TextilesAlice Sergeant Textiles

Alice Sergeant

Having spent the last 20 years of her career in fashion design developing colour stories and prints for fashion companies, Alice’s designs capture novel details and exotic motifs that are greatly influenced by her Lebanese heritage.

Having spent time honing her personal aesthetic, sharpening her skills, and gathering enough life and travel experience to create something truly unique, this collection of hand screen printed fabrics and wallcoverings work wonderfully together in the home.

Alternative FlooringAlternative Flooring

Alternative Flooring

Introducing gorgeous colours, textures and patterns into the home, Alternative Flooring will change the way you feel about your floors. Offering carpet, rugs and runners that are ultimately about you; your style, your space, your imagination, your vision.

Craftspeople with a conscience, their carpets are ethically sourced and climate-friendly, with a tree planted in their burgeoning ‘Alternative Forest’ for every sample ordered.

Acres Farm FendersAcres Farm Fenders

Acres Farm Fenders

Acres Farm have been making Club Fenders for nearly 40 years. Produced in their workshop at Acres Farm, Berkshire, by their skilled craftsmen and women, using modern equipment paired with the highest tradition of British workmanship.

They offer an enormous range of styles and finishes as well as a broad choice of leathers and fabrics so that you can create a piece that is unique to you and your home.

Anta ScotlandAnta Scotland


Crafted with care in Scotland, ANTA has always been a family affair. Co-founders Annie and Lachlan Stewart soon realised they shared the same design philosophy, preferring to work with natural materials wherever possible.

ANTA creates beautiful home furnishings, textiles and stoneware that take their inspiration from the Scottish landscape and seasons. Their dedication to craft and ethical production ensures that these traditional skills aren’t lost, and everything created is produced with genuine passion and joy, from their family to yours.

B&B ItaliaB&B Italia

B&B Italia

Established in 1966 as the result of the entrepreneurial vision of Piero Ambrogio Busnelli, B&B Italia has become a world leader in furniture design.

Building its success on the ability to represent contemporary culture through design, its constant seeking to respond to changes in taste and living needs means their pieces are iconic, timeless, and set every interior apart.

Blithfield & CompanyBlithfield & Company

Blithfield & Company

A boutique British textile house known for its beautiful, printed textiles and wallpapers. Blithfield designs are inspired by an extensive archive of documents accumulated over three decades of collecting. Artisanal techniques, meticulous attention to detail and an exacting eye for colour and design are in the brand DNA.

Never dictated by trends or sales figures, the collection is the result of a unique vision that perfectly fuses vintage inspiration with contemporary verve, an alchemy of craft and vision – truly timeless design.

Claremont Furnishing FabricClaremont Furnishing Fabric


Founded in 1931 as a wholesaler of specialist textiles and trimmings to the interior design and decoration industry emerging in London, Claremont has since then engaged a number of small European textile manufacturers to weave on commission their unique and specialised archive.

The company has never promoted itself but has gained a loyal following purely through word of mouth, and indeed supplies the top decorators in Great Britain.

C+C MilanoC+C Milano

C+C Milano

Offering a bespoke collection of innovative textiles, handmade by Italian artisans, C&C Milano stands for cousins Piero and Emanuele Castellini; a family well established in Milan. 

Building a name for itself as a leader on the fabric market and in the interior decoration scene, C&C Milano encourages the use of natural fabrics such as linen, cashmere, wool, and silk in creating outstanding personalized design solutions.

Cameron FullerCameron Fuller

Cameron Fuller

One of the UK's finest manufacturing companies, Cameron Fuller design and make luxurious curtain poles and tracks to homes across the country.

Based in Honiton, Devon, their poles are made on-site in their workshop and can be fully customised to perfectly suit your home. Offering a wide range of standard colours and finishes in both metal and wood, they also offer an extensive selection of finials, brackets, and accessories to complete the look.

Carl Hansen & SønCarl Hansen & Søn

Carl Hansen & Søn

Timeless beauty, comfort, craftsmanship, and sustainability are so deeply ingrained in every piece of furniture that Carl Hansen & Søn makes.

A third-generation family-run Danish business with a strong focus on preserving Scandinavian design, their outstanding craftsmanship brings visionary design concepts to life.

Chelsea TextilesChelsea Textiles

Chelsea Textiles

After identifying the need for perfect recreations of antique fabrics to complement traditional interiors, Mona Perlhagen set about producing hand-embroidered fabrics of the same quality as those of the 17th and 18th centuries.

While firmly rooted in the past, pieces are carefully adapted to complement the more understated interiors of the modern day. With a commitment to authentic detail and a fresh approach, Chelsea Textiles continue to take traditional fabrics in an exciting new direction.

Clementine OliverClementine Oliver

Clementine Oliver

High end natural fabrics for the most luxurious interior projects, Clementine Oliver works with artisan weavers, here in the UK and in Italy, to create a classic mix of luxurious wools, linens, and velvets in fantastic, usable colours.

Having worked with fabrics since the late 1990’s during her time at Osborne & Little, Andrew Martin and others, Liz Harris challenges the ever-changing market by offering a timeless and classic range of fabrics with a fresh modern and easy approach.

Corston Architectural DetailCorston Architectural Detail

Corston Architectural Detail

“Handles will match switches, and latches will match hooks,” Corston Architectural are a team of creative designers and engineers that share a vision to create hand-finished switches and sockets, hardware and lighting that are made to last.

Focusing on creating timeless designs that’ll feel at home in any home, from a contemporary new build to a listed Georgian townhouse, their reassuring weightiness, and perfect proportions they aim to bring this high-quality feel to every touchpoint in your home.

Cremins MoiselleCremins Moiselle

Cremins Moiselle

Established in 1983 by Gerard Cremins and Louis Moiselle, Cremins Moiselle is a family based business that have earned the reputation of being Ireland’s premier supplier of high-end fabrics, wallcoverings and carpets.

Each Cremins Moiselle collection represents the perfect union of aesthetic and quality, hand-selected to meet the requirements of our clients who value superior quality and sophisticated taste.

Décors BarbaresDécors Barbares

Décors Barbares

High-end, romantic and folkloric printed textiles by Nathalie Farman-Farma, whose ‘Silk Road aesthetic’ is inspired by the decorative history of Iran, Russia and Central Asia. Raised in France but living in London, Décors Barbares produces fresh and colourful fabrics with a 19th-century feel.

With an attention to the mixture of colour and pattern that speaks to those open to juxtapositions of style, designs are screen-printed in France with the highest level of craftsmanship and collections include a range of borders to expand decorative possibilities.

Divine SavagesDivine Savages

Divine Savages

With successful careers in fashion and design, Divine Savages was founded in 2017 by husbands Jamie Watkins and Tom Kennedy.

Determined to nurture passions for daring design and a braver choice of pattern and colour, their exquisitely crafted wallpapers and fabrics and glamorous home accessories celebrate both the divine and the savage in us all.

Fleurons d'HeleneFleurons d'Helene

Fleurons d'Helene

Taking its genesis from a lifelong passion for fabrics, Helen Cormack, founder of Tissus d’Hélène creates designs inspired by her private compilation of old European documents dating from 1800s to 1820s.

Enchanting florals, geometric prints, delicate chintzes, and handsome stripes each reinforce the timeless appeal of her beautiful and expansive body of work.

George SpencerGeorge Spencer

George Spencer Designs

With a very British heritage stretching back nearly 80 years, George Spencer Designs' hallmark style is timeless, luxurious and sophisticated.

Producing exclusive collections of fabrics, hand-blocked wallpapers and trimmings for both traditional and contemporary interiors, their designs are seen on the walls and furniture of beautiful homes all over the world.

Guy GoodfellowGuy Goodfellow

Guy Goodfellow

Antique documents, reimagined design classics and commissioned work from new designers are the sources of inspiration behind this timeless brand.

Guy's comprehensive knowledge of architecture and interiors has been acquired through personal interest, a natural talent for sketching and his training as an architect, designs have been developed through their close relationships which have been established with their printers and weavers across the UK.

Hazleton HouseHazleton House

Hazleton House

Hazelton House is home to a beautiful and rare collection of hand block printed fabrics. Using the highest quality base cloths and production techniques, they produce historical designs that are carefully combined with contemporary colouration and interpretation.

As custodians of this traditional technique, Hazelton House celebrates the beauty of block prints, which lies in their imperfections. Having assembled an impressive collection of originals ranging from the 1830-1920s, to this day blocks carved over a century ago are still used to craft timeless luxury.

Howe LondonHowe London

Howe London

Hazelton House is home to a beautiful and rare collection of hand block printed fabrics. Using the highest quality base cloths and production techniques, they produce historical designs that are carefully combined with contemporary colouration and interpretation.

As custodians of this traditional technique, Hazelton House celebrates the beauty of block prints, which lies in their imperfections. Having assembled an impressive collection of originals ranging from the 1830-1920s, to this day blocks carved over a century ago are still used to craft timeless luxury.

Honor AddingtonHonor Addington

Honor Addington

Born and raised in Devon, Honor Addington creates hand illustrated wallpapers that are printed in the UK. 

Long obsessed with wallpaper, the company is the fruition of many hours spent studying, practising and learning from some of Honor's favourite designers. Typically suiting those who want to bring a freshness and a bit of nature back into their homes, each design is lovingly made to bring uniqueness into any room.

House of HackneyHouse of Hackney

House of Hackney

Built upon the foundations of creativity with purpose, House of Hackney create unique and inspiring fabrics and wallpapers that stand the test of time. Inspired by traditional British print houses, their vision is modern maximalism with an injection of quintessential English nostalgia.

Proudly certified as a BCorp for meeting the highest standards of social and environmental impact, their opulent velvets, luxury printed linens and cherished embroidered designs often come in matching wallpapers for maximum impact.



Based in the foothills of the Scottish Highlands, Caroline Inchyra has created a range of unique and timeless fabrics and accessories. From the original archive inspired linens first released in 2012, the Inchyra range has grown to include pure Scottish wools alongside co-ordinating accessories. 

What started as an obsession with finding a way to recreate old linens, both in look and feel, has resulted in a collection which is admired for its subtle colour palette and fine quality cloths. 

Imogen HeathImogen Heath

Imogen Heath

Imogen Heath is a British designer committed to celebrating pattern, colour and beautifully crafted textiles for interiors. Adopting a curious and experimental approach to her craft, drawing inspiration both from her delight of the outdoors and architecture.

Heath’s commitment to British-made design & craftsmanship extends her collection of embroidered linens, which are all produced by hand in the UK. Above all, she hopes to use her passion for her craft to produce textiles that can be enjoyed for generations to come.

James MaloneJames Malone

James Malone

Natural fibers such as linen, wool and bamboo are ever present in James Malones' unconventional prints. With collections including structured jacquards, sophisticated woven plains and voiles with a touch of fantasy, he also produces wallpapers inspired by his textile designs.

Originally from London, James arrived in Málaga at the age of 19 and by chance, discovered his passion for textile design. Since then, he has not ceased to feed his spirit with the contrast and curiosity of someone who lives to capture the essence of his surroundings.

Johnstons of ElginJohnstons of Elgin

Johnstons of Elgin

Best known for producing luxury lambswool and cashmere throws, wool upholstery fabric and colourful tweeds, this Scottish institution have been proudly producing beautiful textiles for over two centuries. Passing between only two owning families during that time, Johnstons of Elgin has maintained the same underpinning values throughout its unique history.

Initially designed as a form of camouflage, they created their first Tweed in 1846 and almost 180 years later, they continue to draw new ideas from their long-established textile roots, transforming archive patterns into contemporary pieces.

Julian ChichesterJulian Chichester

Julian Chichester

Taking classical shapes from the 19th & 20th Century, then adding his own unique twist; Julian Chichester is primarily an individualist, a tastemaker, rather than a follower.

Transforming motifs and creating the unexpected by adding contemporary finishes and unusual detailing, his furniture is strong enough to hold its own in any interior. From bed frames to bookcases, armchairs to sofas, each item is exquisitely designed and beautifully crafted to produce timeless heirlooms of the future.

Lake AugustLake August

Lake August

Transforming spaces and sparking the imagination, designer Alexis Hartman is captured by the natural world, primarily the landscapes of her native California, that surround her. 

Patterns are translated from her paintings and hand-carved blocks into a collection of designs that are rooted in the legacy of true craftsmanship. Dedicated to the continuous exploration of natural materials and traditional techniques, their linen comes from a five-generation family-owned Belgian manufacturer and all wallpapers are printed using water-based inks, on responsibly-sourced paper.

Lisa Fine TextilesLisa Fine Textiles

Lisa Fine Textiles

Founded by Mississippi-born Lisa Fine, this exciting designer produces hand printed motifs influenced by her far reaching travels. Featuring both exotic and traditional prints in vibrant and romantic colours that feel both worldly and timeless, designs sit beautifully in both period and modern homes.

Made by the ForgeMade by the Forge

Made by the Forge

Husband and wife duo Richard and Juliet founded Made by the Forge out of a passion for world-class ironwork. Today, a 13-strong team crafting wrought iron home products of exceptional quality, each is forged by hand in Suffolk, quality checked and guaranteed to last a lifetime.

Maison Henry BertrandMaison Henry Bertrand

Maison Henry Bertrand

Founded in 1885, this family-run silk merchant provides a wide range of responsibly sourced silk, silk-blends, and luxury fabrics. Whilst maintaining strong connections with their weavers in France as well as mills in the UK and Italy, their cloths are customisable and can be tailored to meet your requirements.

Malabar InteriorsMalabar Interiors

Malabar Interiors

Ethically made, hand loomed fabrics, for over 30 years, Malabar Interiors have been the leader in handloom fabrics for the high-end furnishing trade. Founded by Peter Sterck in 1986, he journeyed to a remote village in the southwest of India to meet the weavers and became enamoured at the slowness of life, the poetry of hand weaving and the depth of colour that surrounded him.

When England was awash in muted greys and dusty colours, Malabar expanded their colour range from 12 into 99 rich and varied hues. And thus, and a company, and a reputation for colour, quality and charm was born.



A Finnish lifestyle design company renowned for its original prints and colours, their vast selection of iconic motifs are printed in Helsinki and loved the world over. Including cottons, sateen, linens, and coated fabrics, let their creativity spark your imagination!

Namay SamayNamay Samay

Namay Samay

A superlative in the Bhutanese language, Namay Samay literally means “beyond sky and beyond earth”. Producer of fabrics that possess a character and warmth reminiscent of old textiles, Namay Samay's origins are in the traditional weaving heritage of the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan.

With their techniques and aesthetic influences having expanded over time, they draw upon historical designs from around the world to make something interesting and relevant.

Nicole FabreNicole Fabre

Nicole Fabre

With a passion for French Antique Textiles dating from the late part of the 17th Century to the early 19th Century, founder Nicole Fabre is a leading authority in antique toiles, indiennes and woven French fabrics.



A fresh voice in the traditional world of home decor, Ottoline is a London-based Dutch design house founded by Ottoline de Vries. Regularly featured in interiors magazines such as House & Garden, The World of Interiors, AD and Homes & Gardens, she has collaborated with various interior designers, artisans and brands for who she has opened up her ever growing treasure box of patterns, wallpaper and fabrics.

Penny MorrisonPenny Morrison

Penny Morrison

Over the last 40 years, Penny Morrison has become one of the leading names in the world of interiors, both in the United Kingdom and internationally. Their colourful range of fabrics, wallpapers and home accessories embodies their playful and spontaneous spirit and inspires combinations to create surprising balances and cohesive interiors.

Pukka PrintPukka Print

Pukka Print

Pukka Print was founded by Juliet Cornell in 2011, following a lifelong love affair with interiors, textiles and prints. Indian botanicals, flowers and foliage merge with an English colour palette to create a very Anglo-Indian feel and look, designs all combine an innate understanding of English decoration and style with a passion for genuine 16th and 17th century prints originating from India.

Philip JefferiesPhilip Jefferies

Philip Jefferies

Phillip Jeffries is a family business founded with just ten grass cloths in a garage over 40 years ago. From those humble beginnings, they have no emerged as one of the world leaders in wall coverings, they transform houses into dream homes and elevate commercial spaces into luxury experiences.

Robert KimeRobert Kime

Robert Kime

While Robert Kime would describe himself as an Antiques dealer who decorates, his deep love for antiques, houses, and people has transformed into a collection of antiques, rugs, fabrics, wallpapers, furniture, and lighting. Embodying his passion for travel, antique dealing, and creating a beautiful and broad range of designs, the company places a strong emphasis on the experiential.

Rose UniackeRose Uniacke

Rose Uniacke

Rose Uniacke is an interior designer and a designer of furniture and lighting. Combining the old and the new, her designs reflect her personal aesthetic: her predilection for light, air and space; her pursuit of both simplicity and refinement; her emphasis not only on restraint but also on softness; and the importance she attaches to materials and to texture.

Salvesen GrahamSalvesen Graham

Salvesen Graham

Established in London by founders Mary Graham and Nicole Salvesen, who together have over 25 years in the industry, Salvesen Graham offers a comprehensive collection of reimagined, historic patterns, timeless prints, quintessentially British wallpapers, and handcrafted accessories. With a sensitivity to the past and present, pieces are designed to compliment and create relevant additions to your interiors.



With an uncompromising commitment to British manufacturing, Soane’s mission is to design and make enduring and life-enhancing furniture, lighting, fabrics, and wallpapers through collaborations with a network of some of the best craftspeople in Britain.

Every single piece is made in Britain, using a network of workshops that excel in traditional crafts. The evolving collections include entirely new designs as well as pieces inspired by antique originals that look wonderful in modern day homes.

Susan DellisSusan Dellis

Susan Deliss

Richly inspired by many fruitful trips to Aleppo, Cairo, Genoa, Naples, Damascus, and Fez, it was only question of time before Susan decided to leave her career in finance and turn a lifelong passion for textiles into a commitment to craftmanship.

Working closely with highly specialist workshops, principally in England, Susan Deliss is dedicated to creating beautiful fabrics, wallpapers, and decorative home accessories, inspired by her travels and the antiques she has collected along the way.

St JudesSt Judes

St Judes

Founded by Simon and Angie Lewin, St Jude’s collaborates with an eclectic range of artists to create and print unique fabrics, cushion covers and wallpapers.

A small but thriving business that has the pleasure of working with a number of artists, makers and printers including Mark Hearld, Ed Kluz and Emily Sutton. It appears that some wonderful and unexpected things can happen when a talented individuals meet the spirit that is fostered at St. Jude’s



Kate Teyssier’s furnishing fabrics reflect her experienced understanding of design and colour. A celebration of her unique character Kate works closely with family run heritage printing and weaving mills, developing techniques to produce her individual textiles.

Using her own archive of several thousand textiles, ledgers, documents, paper designs and books, Kate has created a beautiful and unique range of textiles to suit any elegant interior.

The Bradley CollectionThe Bradley Collection

The Bradley Collection

Luxurious bespoke poles & tracks, The Bradley Collection offers maximum choice and flexibility when it comes to window dressing. With an unrivalled palette of over 100 colour and coat options, each can be tailored to the project and created to order.

The Limehouse Lamp CompanyThe Limehouse Lamp Company

The Limehouse Lamp Company

Founded in 1971, The Limehouse Lamp Company started by faithfully restoring and replicating original antique and period lighting. Fast forward to today, and their range has grown to the large collection of indoor and outdoor period lighting they produce today.

Handmade in their workshops in Sussex, every item is built, and hand finished by craftsmen who have over 100 years of combined experience making traditional lighting. Sold throughout the world to stately homes, castles, public houses, museums, films and even in the mystical world of Harry Potter at Universal Studios, they have lights to suit almost any period property.

The Dormy HouseThe Dormy House

The Dormy House

In the heart of Hampshire, this family run business has been making beautiful, bespoke British furniture with an enduring style for over 40 years. And their philosophy has remained the same throughout; designing and producing timeless pieces that you’ll love forever.

From desks and cabinets to beds and wardrobes, they invite you to become the designer so that each piece is customisable to every last detail, so that is perfectly fits your home.

Thorp of LondonThorp of London

Thorp of London

Screen printed fabrics and wallpapers, handcrafted in Norfolk, England, with a resolutely English decorative spirit. Thorp of London was founded in 1971 by Bernard Thorp, a passionate, avant-garde designer. Soon establishing itself as an expert in hand screen printing, they aimed to preserve the traditional technique and to further enhance luxury craftsmanship.

Also offers the possibility to customize and create your own design using a library of 95 drawings, a palette of 460 colours, and a range of 33 printing materials, their collections offer a myriad of materials and colours inspired by the English countryside.

Tori MurphyTori Murphy

Tori Murphy

Established in 2012, Tori Murphy is an English textile brand dedicated to creating thoughtful, timeless, and sustainable products for the modern family home.  Rooted in her commitment to English craftsmanship, fabric is woven in Lancashire, washed in the Yorkshire Dales, and made up to product in Nottingham.

Pared back, elegant, endlessly versatile, and eminently liveable, Tori Murphy fabrics are the essence of relaxed English style, comfort and tradition.

Trove by Studio DugganTrove by Studio Duggan

Trove by Studio Duggan

This newly launched home and lifestyle brand is designed and curated by the Interior Design firm Studio Duggan. The collection embodies Studio Duggan signature style; a nomadic, yet timeless sensibility with an emphasis on quality, craftsmanship and the never-ending search for the extraordinary.

Featuring a diverse range of headboards & beds, lighting, seating, bookcases and accessories, director Tiffany's eye for detail and the ability to marry the old with the new translates beautifully into her holistic approach to interior styling.

Ulster CarpetsUlster Carpets

Ulster Carpets

Ulster Carpets has managed to combine the core values of a family-owned business with the attributes of a major manufacturer. Established by founder, George Walter Wilson in 1938, they have been manufacturing in the UK and Ireland ever since.

To this day, they continue to pioneer the latest techniques in weaving and dyeing technology to enhance the quality of their carpets. Recognising that everyone has different tastes, they have an extensive range of designs to suit every style, from classic and contemporary to modern and retro.

Veere GrenneyVeere Grenney

Veere Grenney

Veere Grenney has been at the forefront of the International interior design industry for over 30 years. A master of contrasts, marrying the humble with the grand, the very well received fabric, wallpaper and furniture collection is ideal for those looking to create timeless, elegant interiors with a touch of modern sophistication.

Volga LinenVolga Linen


A luxury British brand synonymous with creativity and craft, Volga Linen produces heirloom-quality, pure linens for the bedroom, table, and bathroom. Richly hued plain weaves, storied prints and refreshing stripes, their collection is a repository of inspiration for those who value craftsmanship and longevity. 

Naturally sustainable, their fabrics have been produced by artisans in central and eastern Europe for almost three decades, by those who celebrate and wholeheartedly embrace the endless versatility it allows.

Warris VianniWarris Vianni

Warris Vianni

A London-based textiles company specialising in fabrics for interiors, Warris Vianni & Co. are produced using hand-spun yarns and hand-dyeing techniques before weaving them on simple wooden looms.

These traditional methods impart a distinct, and deeply satisfying character to the fabrics that complement a collection of home furnishing textiles including cushions and throws.



Whiteworks offers a characterful collection of vintage and contemporary designs including fabrics, wallpapers, lighting, vases, curiosities, furniture and works of art.

Launched in 2017, the marrying of Susanna White’s creative skills to John White’s practical experience has resulted in a stunning collection of hand-blocked, screen and machine-printed papers, linens, silks, velvets, and weaves.

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