Together with British fabric house Fermoie, we’ve designed a capsule collection of upholstery, scatter cushions, and lampshades.
Based a short distance from one another in Wiltshire, we have a shared focus on designs that are easy to live with, and an unwavering dedication to providing a quality product and service.
Our Madeleine chair and Rupert stool have been reimagined in the Carskiey Stripe, which is inspired by archive textile designs, while the Matilda armchair and Milo stool are in Cove; a geometric pattern inspired by the movement of water. Both are 100% heavyweight linen fabrics.
Layered over a bed or sofa, these scatter cushions bring unique pattern and colour to interiors. Their textured linen covers come in a choice of two sizes and two fabrics – the Carskiey Stripe and geometric Cove.
Gathered lampshades made from Fermoie’s Popple and Wicker fabrics. Popple depicts ripples of waves, while Wicker is a honeycomb-like lattice pattern. Both are lightweight sheer linens that softly diffuse the light.
Behind the brand
Founded by the same duo behind Farrow & Ball back in 2012, Fermoie have since established a reputation for producing beautifully unique fabrics in a vast spectrum of colours. Every pattern starts with an original sketch by their studio team, and they use traditional screen-printing techniques to achieve their signature light touch.
In our recent Stories article, we delve into the craft behind such distinctive fabric.