Taking a lead from recent guest editor, Neisha Crosland
, the internationally renowned surface pattern designer, and her favourite sites, here is a sample of favourite designers whose fabrics, wallpapers and tiles dress the finest houses in the UK, yours amongst them. With impressive websites, these sites are definitely worth a visit, if only for inspiration. What's more, you'll find some of Neisha Crosland's designs available too.
Definitely a leader in the world of fabric and wallpaper design, Zoffany has a reputation for high quality and innovative design with a pleasing aesthetic in contemporary and period interiors. The portfolio includes wallpaper, fabrics, trimmings, upholstery, rugs and paint for use in residential and contract applications.
Top level products that are manufactured with authenticity, creativity and style. Its range includes tiles, wallpaper, paint, bathrooms, wood flooring and vinyl flooring. Its website acts as a portal for buying the products online but also as a resource for inspiration with stunning room sets and design ideas.
THE RUG COMPANY
Handmade designer rugs that are the result of over 1500 people's work, from the spinning and weaving to the people that deliver and lay the finished rug. The company collaborates with some of the world's most inspired and respected designers, Neisha Crosland amongst them. These are rugs that become heirlooms.
Vinyl floor tiles that are fun and hard wearing for use in the most demanding of spaces. Recent partnerships with some of the UK's most loved designers add another layer of glamour to an already impressive portfolio of flooring.
FARROW & BALL
In the world of interiors, Farrow & Ball is home to an unrivalled palette of paint colours and wallpaper that are made to time old traditional methods. Alongside its collection, the company offers a colour consultancy to help you choose exactly the right colours for your home.
This is the place where images and your imagination come together to create memorable interiors through its murals, wallpapers, prints and canvases. There are two options, use images from Surface View's library or customise your own creations.