The latest fabric and wallpaper collections

Following Paris Deco Off and now London Design Week, here’s a bumper round up of the latest fabric and wallpaper collections launched for Spring 2024

National Trust Papers IV from Little Greene is the fourth instalment of authentic wallpaper designs derived from National Trust properties in England, Wales & Northern Ireland. This eclectic collection features eight historic designs that have been adapted and re-coloured for use in modern homes. Expect an array of exotic birds, ditsy florals and tropical murals. (Image above: Bamboo Floral wallpaper from National Trust Papers IV)

Robina’s Dinner Party a whimsical treat from GP & J Baker and Kit Kemp

GP & J Baker have collaborated for the first time with Kit Kemp. The GP & J Baker x Kit Kemp collection comprises colourful prints, artisanal stripes embroideries and plain linens. One highlight is Robina’s Dinner Party a whimsical design celebrating ceramicist Robina Jack’s hand painted folklore plates.

Lovers Garden figured jacquard from Rubelli, chair covered in Velvet Jewel

Rubelli has the launched Spice Dream a celebration of traditional Indian textiles. Comprising 14 distinct designs, the collection includes silk lampas, jacquard, sheers, embroidery and velvets.

Embroidered linen from Quenin

The historic French brand Quenin has been launched in the UK by Lelievre Paris. Designs from its extensive archives have been revisited across fabrics, wallpapers and rugs, including toile de Jouy, jacquards and linen embroidery.

Foglia from Designers Guild fabric and wallpaper collections 2024
Crewel work Foglia from Designers Guild

This spring, Designers Guild is enhancing many of its designs with embroidery. Florals are layered with intricate stitching to add depth and the new Foglia design features crewel work in wool threads, adding a heavy tactile quality.

Intricate Elizabeth Paisley from de Le Cuona

Elizabeth Paisley from de Le Cuona is a celebration of the natural world with leaves and foliage swirling across the surface of this large scale design. Reminiscent of traditional European paisleys from the 19th century, each piece combines eight colours of wool yarn with cotton to create the intricate pattern.

Find ZAK+FOX at George Spencer Designs

The latest collection from ZAK+FOX is available exclusively from George Spencer Designs in the UK. Harvest celebrates the cyclical nature of the season taking inspiration from flora and fauna in nature inspired colourways.

Petra Palumbo wallpaper. The latest fabric and wallpaper collections for 2024
Lively wallpapers from Petra Palumbo

Petra Palumbo’s first wallpaper collection is inspired by the extensive archives of Tapisserie, the South Kensington based specialist in hand-painted needlework. Six designs reflect Tapisserie’s nostalgic yet modern aesthetic with highlights including a ladybird motif, retro florals and lively geometrics.

Spring fresh Dallimore Weaves from Nina Campbell

Dallimore and Dallimore Weaves from Nina Campbell draw inspiration from the county of Kent. The collection takes its name from William Dallimore a pioneering English botanist who played a pivotal role in establishing the Bedgebury pinetum in the heart of the Kent countryside. Nina Campbell is distributed by Osborne & Little

Blithfield the latest fabric and wallpaper collections for 2024
Pretty prints and embroideries from Blithfield

From Blithfield, the Eden Collection brings together print, woven and embroidered designs. There are five new print motifs created using a mix of hand block printing and screen printing onto natural linen in Blithfield’s nuanced palette.

Franges, haute couture for your walls from Arte

From Arte, Le Couturier nods to the world of haute couture with special techniques and high quality materials combined in a collection of high-fashion wallcoverings. Designs include La Perle, delicate embroidery in a classic floral motif; Franges, a textured jacquard, and Papillon in 100% Dupion silk.

Pierre Frey the latest fabric and wallpaper collections for 2024
Ethnically inspired motifs at Pierre Frey

The Carnet de Voyage collection from Pierre Frey interprets ethnically inspired motifs and materials from Tierra del Fuego in Argentina to the Danakil desert in Ethiopia each given a modern twist. The collection covers both fabrics and wallpapers including block prints and weaves.

It’s all about texture at Fischbacher 1819

An exploration of nomadic cultures, the Nomadic Journeys collection, new from Fischbacher 1819, honours timeless textile heritages with richly textured stripes, loosely twisted yarns and painterly designs to give a hand woven feel.

Orchard wallpaper in apple green from Fiona Howard

Fiona Howard’s new collection of wallpapers and borders is a colourful mix of orchard scenes, vibrant coastal rockpools and radishes from the allotment. Fiona’s patterns begin in nature and are then translated through sketches into lino blocks to create the original designs. These are then printed onto FSC paper using environmentally friendly inks.

Omexco the latest fabric and wallpaper collections for 2024
Nias wallcovering features natural capiz shell

Archipelago wallcoverings from Omexco explores the captivating appeal of capiz shells. Designs include Nias, a patchwork of hand made washy paper combined with large shells, and Lombok which combines a fine paper warp with thin capiz strips in the weft.

Recently discovered and re-worked Briar from Inchyra

The Briar Collection, launched for S/S24, is a charming collection of small scale designs across linen and wallpaper from Inchyra. For the first time the prints will also feature on a new paper-backed linen wallcovering. Briar is a pretty floral lifted from an antique wallpaper discovered behind a wooden shutter on the Inchyra estate.

Lively Dancing Queen wallpaper from Annika Reed

Designed out of Annika Reed’s studio in Somerset, the Dancing Queen wallpaper collection is available in six colourful designs, each a testament to the rhythmic elegance and lively spirit that dance brings to life.

Morris & Co’s Fruit design is now available from Lincrusta

Lincrusta has collaborated with Morris & Co to transform three iconic Morris patterns into natural embossed wallcoverings. Made in the spirit of William Morris the three wallpapers, Acanthus, Fruit and dado panel Willow Boughs, rely upon processing natural ingredients such as linseed oil with the craft skills found at Lincrusta’s Lancashire factory.

Feel the summer heat with Mind The Gap

Let the warmth of an Italian summer envelop you with La Dolce Vita from Mind The Gap. Playful patterns in a vivacious palette transport you to the palazzos of Venice and the Riviera coastline. Available across fabric, wallpaper and accessories. (meet Mind The Gap’s founder here)

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