Campbell Smith & Co have created and restored fine interiors since 1873. Our decorators are highly skilled in historic decorative finishes such as distempers, flat oil paints and limewash, gilding, stencilling, trompe l’oeil, mural, marbling and graining techniques as well as the restoration of historic interior fabrics. We undertake thorough analysis, tests and detailed reports on historic decorative finishes. Using this research we can develop new schemes or preserve existing schemes whilst ensuring that any new finishes are fully reversible.
Founded in 1903, Gainsborough Fine Weavers & Dye House embodies over a century of British craftsmanship. Royal Warrant holder to HM The Queen, its fabrics hang in palaces, embassies, museums, art galleries and fine homes around the world. The entire production process – from design, to hand-dyeing yarns, to weaving the finished fabrics – takes place on one site Sudbury, ensuring peerless quality and control. Its archive of over 7,000 fabrics, from contemporary, geometric styles to rich damasks and historical recreations, includes designs from the Middle Ages right through the company's many collections to the present day.
Architects of decorative design for over 130 years, Watts1874, the grand nineteenth century furnishing house, is a leading supplier of fine fabrics, wallpapers and passementerie to the world interiors market. A unique English company, and guardians of an archive of genuine period design, Watts remains the most valuable authentic product source for any historic project. Swathes of silk damasks, rich brocatelles, figured velvets and fine wools: decorative wallpapers and exquisite passementerie, visit the London showroom and be inspired.