Our favourite Fabric Houses - Lewis and Wood fabrics with bird motifs
17 August, 2018
Our latest favourite takes a more traditional turn, with on trend bird motifs from Lewis and Wood.
Based not far from us, over in Stroud, Gloucestershire, Lewis and Wood design and create an eclectic range of fabrics and wallpapers with a more classic aesthetic. Here, we have picked out our favourites with bird motifs, shown with Walcot House co-ordinating curtain poles.
First formed by textile printer, Stephen Lewis and interior designer, Joanna Wood in 1993, Lewis & Wood is well known for it's original and sometimes quirky designs, which often reference archival motifs. Largely manufactured in Britain, their success lies in their determination to be different.
Lewis & Wood 'Adam's Eden' in Ivory.
Designed by Adam Calkin, a decorative painter, this is a striking design which is consistently one of their best sellers.
Shown here with Walcot House wrapped and stained wooden 50mm curtain poles and 30mm stainless steel pole with twine Combination finial
Lewis & Wood 'Doves' fabric in Rock Dove.
Created by Flora Roberts, a decorative muralist, this design has a lyrical peaceful quality.
Shown here with 50mm wooden pole in Mouse with Crackle Ball finial, and 30mm stainless steel pole with Twine wrapped Groove finial in Dolphin.
Lewis and Wood's ' Peacock' in Cava.
Peacock was designed by the renowned textile designer Agnes Wimborne in the late 1970s and is now part of their Wit & Wisdom collection.
Shown with Walcot House 50mm Honeycomb wrapped curtain pole with cloud Moonstone finials, and 30mm stainless steel pole with Twine combination finial.
Lewis and Wood's 'Bella' in Powder.
Originally named 'Fool's Parsley', this design was one of Stephen Lewis' first printing commissions, now renamed 'Bella' after his childhood budgie.
Shown with Walcot House 50mm Dusk wrapped curtain pole with Riva Cube finials, and 19mm stainless steel pole with Twine Barrel finial.