I am delighted to share with you some more beautiful pieces from the Hunter & Rose debut collection of upholstered furniture, launched in 2015 from their Kent showroom.
The whole collection is available online exclusively from their site, and included a wonderful range of eclectic pieces from all over Europe, loosely drawn together by the theme of natural history.
Hunter & Rose, also on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Haus Love and Haus Love Interiors, a shop and interior design studio in Indianapolis is a gorgeously airy and stylish spot with some of my favourite product designers in evidence – just look at their Serge Mouille lights – and some fantastic projects in their portfolio.
Heidi and Megan have put together a fantastic collection, and I love finding out about such great design destinations in cities like Indianapolis which are so new to me.
Haus Love Interiors
5901 N College Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Find them on Facebook here.
It’s very exciting for us when we see what our fabrics end up doing after we send them out to clients, and we are particularly happy to be working with Hunter & Rose, an interiors shop based in Sevenoaks in Kent, where director Michael Wakeling curates a collection of vintage, antique and sometimes downright strange – but always beautiful – furniture, objects and gifts.
It is a pleasure to be a part of his debut collection of furniture, and he sent us a little preview of what he has been up to… We can’t wait to see the full collection!
Follow Hunter and Rose on Facebook – their new site will be launching later this month.
We are delighted to announce that we are now represented in southern California by Kristen Buckingham and her lovely team in Los Angeles.
Kristen Buckingham’s beautiful showroom is brimming with elegant and eclectic design, and we can’t wait to see our range exhibited alongside her own furniture collection, which you can see here on Dering Hall. I particularly love the dramatic Laurent Etagere and the Derby Sofa, shown below.
If you are in California and would like to use our printed linen in one of your projects, please get in touch with Stefani Stein at Kristen Buckingham by calling (310) 855-1180.
912 North La Cienega Boulevard
We are lucky enough to work with some beautiful showrooms around the world, and we’ll try to introduce you to as many as we can here, but this week we were lucky enough to supply a wonderful brand new showroom right from the very outset, which meant that we got some lovely pictures of their launch party.
Red House Textiles has been founded by Nick Crocker, an Inchbald-trained architectural interior designer. He spotted a stunning restored stable space in the village of Ufford, his new home in Suffolk, and has launched a beautifully edited textiles collection there, punctuated with cushions, candles and spectacular trimmings.
The launch party was a great success, with lovely feedback, and we delighted to see that Tradescant & Son’s prints were the stars of the show! We look forward to working with him extensively in the coming year.
Red House Textiles
Red House Stables, The Red House, High Street, Ufford, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 6EL
We are lucky enough to be represented in New York by Studio Four NYC, an inspirational showroom that showcases an extraordinary range of textile designers. It is exciting for us to encounter new (to us!) design studios, especially in an overseas market, and it is especially intriguing to see who we sit alongside in the various showrooms that carry Tradescant & Son.
Like many such showrooms in the US, Studio Four NYC is a trade-only showroom, which means that it caters exclusively for interior designers. As well as a wide range of niche textiles and wall coverings, they carry a wonderful selection of floor coverings.
Directors Kate Reynolds and Stacy Waggoner are both positive and inspiring, and if you find yourself in New York, you should definitely get in touch with them for an appointment in their huge new showroom in central Manhattan.
View our profile at Studio Four NYC here.
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