About our brands

Brands from A-Z

Behind each brand is a special story. What do they stand for and what is their inspiration?







Aaizi is a Dutch design label that draws inspiration from ancient tiles, lace and textiles, to translate this into bold new statements. Vivid colours and stylised patterns create a recognisable connection that adds a warm and personal touch to any home.


BEdesign is founded by sisters Bette and Cilla Eklund. Having grown up on a farm and being surrounded by animals and outdoor life, they are passionate about nature. Their work is strongly influenced by the purity of raw materials and geometric forms.


Bluebellgray is known for vibrant, oversized watercolour blooms. Each design is painted by hand before being printed onto natural cottons and linens. The state of the art printing enables every brushstroke and colour to be captured, enhancing the feel of the hand-painted design. A real burst of feel good design.

Brita Sweden

Brita Sweden is a family run company with a passion for creating stylish and timeless interior design patterns with playful colour combinations, which will help you put an unmistakably Swedish touch to any room in your home.


The French Casamance was born from a desire for a certain type of luxury, to make time for time, in a world where everything is accelerating. To take time, eat with family, have a drink with friends, read a book, visit an exhibition? Casamance offers a setting for these priceless moments with extraordinary fabrics and wall coverings.

Chacha by Iris

The French Chacha by Iris presents a range of stunning cushions with poetic, floral and glamorous prints, in powder colours or flashy shades. The lively and extremely feminine patterns offer an enchanting picture.

Christian Lacroix

Ever since the creation of the couture house in 1987, the Christian Lacroix style is unique, exuberant, colourful and baroque. Inspirations from Latin cultures and theatrical forms have been a breath of freshness in the fashion circles. The signature themes of the Lacroix House are found back in a sensational home collection.

Claire Gaudion

Claire Gaudion’s contemporary designs are known for their unique and striking use of colour and pattern. The dramatic granite coastal landscape from her home island Guernsey, continually changing with the tides and weather, is her source of inspiration.

Cole and Son

The British Cole & Son was founded in 1875 and has created many important historic wallpaper designs during their extensive history. The innovative and beautiful collections reflect a distinguished heritage as well as a continuing passion for new and exciting wallpapers.

Designers Guild

The beautiful home decoration from Designers Guild truly enriches your interior. Already for decades, Tricia Guild adds a touch of magic to the world with her colourful designs and combinations of patterns.


Since 1873, Dietiker has manufactured Swiss quality seating solutions for healthcare and hospitality. Together with renowned designers, the company developed numerous design classics and innovations and is still writing design history today.


Elaiva bath robes and towels are made of the finest materials and reveal nothing but the liveliest, richest, and most intense colours. The ingeniously woven patterns are as delicately intricate as corals, and the Mediterranean sun and sea are tangible in the unique warmth and soothing touch of every single product.

Florence Broadhurst

Florence Broadhurst (1899-1977) was an Australian painter and wallpaper designer. Her archive with exceptional patterns range from geometrics to florals, psychedelic, and eccentric chinoiserie. A selection of her delightful designs has been applied to a luxury rug collection.


The British Harlequin is known for inspirational textile designs, innovative textures and delicious colours. An eclectic fusion of classic mixed with contemporary, flamboyant married with elegant; the collection is mouth-watering.

Jean Paul Gaultier

The Jean Paul Gaultier Home Collection is an innovative and striking extension to this famous designer’s fashion. He applies his daring designs in a successful way to this unique and bold home decoration collection.


Founded by carpenter and designer Baptiste Ducommun, Klybeck offers a collection of contemporary wooden furniture with sleek design. Materials are selected carefully and the pieces are produced on small scale in their workshop in Switzerland. Expert craftsmanship with perfect quality down to the smallest detail.


Kvadrat is Europe’s leading manufacturer of design textiles. The continuous collaboration with world-class designers results in high-quality, innovative fabrics that are suitable for public spaces and private homes. Kvadrat, the fabric of architects.


Lladró is a world leader in handmade porcelain objects that demonstrate an extraordinary mastery of modeling. The iconic Spanish brand was founded in 1953 and the collection has grown into a comprehensive and diverse range, from sculptures to lighting and home accessories, and from classic to modern design. This diversity is reinforced by the collaboration with renowned designers. Lladró stands for a contemporary, elegant and exclusive lifestyle.


The Finnish design house Marimekko is renowned for its bold patterns and strong colours since 1951. Their philosophy is to enjoy happiness in life in everyday little moments, with bright home accessories.

Missoni Home

The iconic designs from the renowned Missoni house are unmatched. The exciting and bold patterns and colours remain inspiring and add an instant touch of luxury to your home.

Morris & Co

William Morris (1834-1896) is regarded as one of the greatest designers of the Arts and Crafts Movement.
He believed that everybody has the right to a beautiful house. His company created numerous patterns and the incredible design archives still are the inspiration for beautifully crafted products. Open your door to Morris & Co and let the legacy live on.


Myrte is a Dutch artist known for her beautifully detailed bird illustrations, which are printed in vivid colours on cushions of organic cotton.

Nitin Goyal

Nitin Goyal is an award winning British designer with Indian roots, who brings together the cultural influences from his childhood and travels around the world with his strong craft aesthetic to create modern designs that are innovative, yet timeless. Geometry, symmetry and rhythmic movement of lines play a key role and remain central to his collection.

Orla Kiely

The Orla Kiely House collection is inspired by mid-century modern, but re-invented with a twist. The signature motives of the Irish fashion designer are found back in her retro chic home collection.

Rob Walters

Rob Walters is a Dutch artist known for refined designs with seemingly regular patterns. If you look closely you’ll see that each repeat displays variations that express the artist’s endless struggle with colour and shape. His work involves mixing photography with artwork in a creation process that continuously triggers new questions until ultimately the composition reaches its perfection.

Royal Delft

As the only remaining producer of Blue Delft since the 17th century in Delft, Royal Delft can be considered the original. To this day, they use the same production method which is the standard for contemporary Delft Blue worldwide. Handmade since 1653.


For homes that surprise and delight, think Scion. This is an upbeat brand for everyone, with zesty colours, clean Scandi-inspired designs and fresh ideas for modern living.


Snurk is a Dutch design label, known for cushions and bed linen with creative photographic prints with-a-twist. Snurk literally means Snore

Ted Baker

The British brand Ted Baker, which is known for elegant and luxury fashion, is also available in a contemporary, high-quality rug collection that will add finesse to any home.

The Cushion Shop

The house brand from The Cushion Shop includes a range of contemporary cushions for any taste and style, made from well-selected rich fabrics with a quality finishing.


Vitra is known for many original design classics of groundbreaking 20th century design, which are often copied. Today Vitra still pushes the design boundaries by collaborating with leading contemporary designers, creating as it were, new design classics.