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Our Landmark New Collection
We’re excited to announce our new collection, 1485 in association with The Landmark Trust. The full collection launches on 1st September 2019, so for now here is a little something to whet your appetite.
Delight in simple pleasures
You could call this a collaboration, but we see it more of a meeting of minds – two organisations with the same vision to honour and preserve our nation’s heritage and crafts while developing people with the skills needed to protect them. The ultimate aspiration for both: to deliver beautiful results without complication.
Comprising 34 beautiful fabrics, designed and woven in Lancashire, they draw inspiration from unique and exciting examples within The Landmark Trust’s portfolio of around 200 buildings. Taking our cues from architectural details or treasures unearthed during the sensitive restoration of these remarkable historic buildings, we breathe life into the original patterns and motifs, giving them renewed purpose in beautifully woven textiles and home accessories.
Our signature formal look of structured, classic stripes is blended perfectly with elegant and intriguing details from these buildings, sensitively developed to evoke a feeling of simplicity and authenticity cherished by both brands.
We have eight braids in the 1485 collection that work wonderfully on upholstery projects and as detailing on curtains and blinds. These can be used to great effect as decorative elements on cushions and other soft furnishings.
With every purchase from this collection, we will be contributing to this amazing conservation charity to ensure that their hugely important work can forge ahead and that the public can continue to enjoy holidays in extraordinary places.
Create a simple, restorative space with fabrics designed and woven in the UK, safe in the knowledge you are helping to preserve a little bit of our history in a time-honoured and honest way.