Soft Furnishings Designer Fabrics Service

Soft Furnishings Designer Fabrics Service

At Sophie Sews we don’t just create bespoke soft furnishings, we also supply a range of designer fabrics. We have trade accounts with many of the leading designer fabric manufacturers so can offer you a complimentary soft furnishings designer fabric service.

 

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We have fabric books in our workroom which we can bring to your home during a complimentary design meeting. It’s always better to look at fabrics in your own home rather than in a store where the light is unnatural. Also another benefit of looking at fabrics in your own home is you can look at them in the context of the room, next to your own windows.

 

Soft furnishings designer fabric service

 

How Does It Work?

During Sophie’s visit to your home to discuss your ideas, she can bring fabric books with her to help you choose the right fabric for your interior design project. If you have already chosen your fabric we can use that to make your soft furnishings.

Our home visit service is available within half an hour of Woking in Surrey. If you live further away than this then you can send us your measurements and we can carry out the work for you.

After your consultation at home, our team of local curtain and blind makers will then go to work to produce stunning, highest quality soft furnishings for your property.

 

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Designer Fabrics We Supply

 

Today Interiors

Today Interiors have a wide range of luxurious furnishing and curtain fabrics to choose from. Softly shimmering crushed velvets, realistic faux fur, suede and leather.

Today Interiors Sparkle Fabric

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© Today Interiors

today-interiors-animal-print-fabric

© Today Interiors


View all of their current fabrics on their website: Today Interiors

Warwick

Warwick Fabrics UK is a creator of exclusive furnishing fabrics and have been supplying fabrics to the trade for 25 years, winning the Queens Award for Export Achievement in 1993. It offers classic and innovative design complemented by a wide selection of plains.

Warwick Fabrics

© Warwick Fabrics

Warwick Fabrics Babylon Collection

© Warwick Fabrics

Warwick Fabrics Cushions

© Warwick Fabrics

Warwick Fabrics Babylon

© Warwick Fabrics


View all of their current fabrics on their website: Warwick Fabrics

Cabbages & Roses

A UK company, it has stores in Chelsea but you don’t need to go to London to look at their fabrics as we have lots of fabric sample books in our workroom in Woking Surrey.

Cabbages and Roses supply a vast array of fabrics from florals to stripes to plain linens. Their key ethos is quality, uniqueness and fair prices meaning you can have beautiful designer fabrics in your home without breaking the bank.

cabbages and roses fabric

© Cabbages & Roses

cabbages and roses fabrics

© Cabbages & Roses

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© Cabbages & Roses


Vanessa Arbuthnott

Vanessa’s business really look off after some glowing coverage in Country Living magazine and the Saturday Telegraph and has now become one of the most exciting names to follow when choosing designer fabric.

The Cotswold countryside, where she lives, hugely influences the look of her fabrics and she only uses certified organic cotton which is combined with eco-friendly flax, to create all her linen fabrics.

Vanessa Arbuthnott fabrics

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Vanessa Arbuthnott fabrics

© Vanessa Arbuthnott

Vanessa Arbuthnott fabrics

© Vanessa Arbuthnott


Sarah Hardaker

Sarah Hardaker concentrates on fabrics and wallpaper, her designs are vintage inspired, she is currently one of the UK’s leading fabric and wallpaper designers. Having worked for Habitat, Nine Campbell and Osbourne and Little, Sarah decided to branch off and create her own company and produce her own products for the interior design industry.

All her fabrics are manufactured in the UK, the linen is woven in Scotland and the designs are printed in England, using traditional printing methods.

Polka Dot Collection by Sarah Hardaker

© Sarah Hardaker

Florence Fabric

© Sarah Hardaker

Sarah Hardaker - Orissa Fabric

© Sarah Hardaker


James Hare

James Hare is an internationally renowned silk specialist, the company has been established since 1865 so it is a bit of a tradition in this country. James Hare supplies wallpapers as well as fabrics.

james hare pimlico bedroom

© James Hare


In the 1910’s James Hare became a cloth manufacturing mill and the biggest stockist of Harris Tweed in the world. Their factory was known as the ‘Cloth Headquarters of the British Isles’, it was the largest textile distribution house in Great Britain. In the 1930’s they boasted that if a London tailor placed an order at 9am, by 9.10am the material would be on its way to the train station!

james hare evolution interiors collection

© James Hare


In the 1980’s the woollen manufacturing firm was sold, along with the brand “Hare of England” and the company re established itself as a silk merchant becoming the leading supplier of the bridal and fashion trade. Today, James Hare is Britain’s leading silk specialist and produces luxury textiles for the fashion and interiors industries. They are favourites with leading designers and decorators, James Hare’s fabrics are famous worldwide.

james hare evolution bedroom

© James Hare


View all of their current fabrics and wallcoverings on their website: James Hare Fabrics

Art of the Loom

Art of the Loom have dedicated themselves to being a brand that produces pure, natural fibre fabrics made in Britain. The materials they use are wool, linen, cotton and viscose which gives a luxurious feel and genuine textures.

art of the loom fabrics

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art of the loom fabric

© Art of the Loom

art of the loom fabrics

© Art of the Loom


View all of their current fabrics on their website: Art of the Loom

Fryett’s

Fryett’s make a comprehensive collection of plain fabrics with various textures and patterns. They have 60 years experience and have evolved to be one of the leading designers of curtain and upholstery fabrics. They also have a large range of patterned fabrics.


View all of their current fabrics on their website: Fryett’s

Chatsworth

Based in the UK, Chatsworth produce a vast range of fabrics in plains, jacquards, chenilles, prints, modern weaves and Voiles. The company’s vision is to “deliver a mixture of both traditional and contemporary designs. Always focused on raising the bar in new and up and coming market trends.”

chatsworth fabrics

© Chatsworth Fabrics

chatsworth-patterned-fabrics

© Chatsworth Fabrics



View all of their current fabrics on their website: Chatsworth Fabrics

Olivia Bard

Olivia Bard design and manufacture a beautiful range of fabrics, tiebacks and poles. Olivia gets her inspiration from her travels around the world and the different cultures she has experienced. Each of her collections “reflects landscapes from journeys made, cultures discovered, symbols and elements with a fusion of East meets West originality which are all parts of my signature look.”

Olivia Bard serai

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Olivia Bard corolla

© Olivia Bard

Olivia Bard asmara

© Olivia Bard


View all of their current fabrics on their website: Olivia Bard

Barneby Gates

Barneby Gates supplies truly unique fabrics and wallpapers, so not only can your soft furnishings be coordinated, your wall coverings can be too. Sophie Sews can provide both to its customers.

Barneby Gates was created by ex Vogue Living Editor, Vanessa Barneby, and fellow Edinburgh graduate, Alice Gates. Vanessa’s passion for furniture, textiles and print led to a position as an interiors stylist at House & Garden for 5 years.

pineapple print fabric by barneby gates

© Barneby Gates

From 2004 until 2009 Vanessa was the Living Editor at British Vogue where predicting and writing about upcoming trends in design, styling shoots, and examining the correlation between fashion and interiors were all part of her job.

palm tree print fabric by barneby gates

© Barneby Gates

Alice’s have been exhibited worldwide and featured in numerous publications including Vogue, Tatler and The Saturday Times Magazine. She has also collaborated with the fashion label Libelula, designing prints for their ready-to-wear collections.


Jones Interiors

Jones Interiors have a great heritage in this country, they were founded in 1909, originally operating from two small cottages in Nottingham city centre when they were then called Jones & Co. Their product range has grown and grown and they offer some truly wonderful fabrics as well as curtain accessories.

jones interiors bright colourful summer fabrics

© Jones Interiors

Forte fabric collection by jones interiors

© Jones Interiors

jones interiors parade fabric collection

© Jones Interiors


View all of their current fabrics and accessories on their website: Jones Interiors



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Contact us now to book a complimentary consultation in your own home where we can bring designer fabrics books for you to look at and get expert advice from us.


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sophie@sophiesews.com