HOW WE WORK

We’re an Artisan Textile Design Studio, led by textile and colour designer, Claire Gaudion. Our fabrics, rugs and accessories are inspired by nature, designed to enrich interiors and connect people to nature through pattern, texture and colour.  Research shows that surrounding ourselves with references to nature is positively linked to happiness and wellbeing, including through nature's colours, patterns, materials and textures.



Our collections are available to shop online. We also provide a bespoke design service, and we'd love to hear from you. If you’d like to discuss a custom rug, or need advice on colour and how to select the right colours for your interiors project, we are here to help. You can send us your ideas or questions and our designer, Claire, will be happy to advise and make recommendations on our products, or create a custom design with you.

We can arrange home or site visits in Hampshire, Wiltshire and London, and we welcome private and trade clients to our design studio, by appointment.

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HOW OUR PRODUCTS ARE MADE

Whether you have chosen a product from our collections or commissioned a bespoke design, all of our products are made with the same attention to detail. We work with artisan producers who are expert craftspeople in their field.  A variety of handwoven techniques are used by our skilled artisan weavers to make our rugs and fabrics responsibly and with respect for the planet, people, communities, tradition and craft. All of our rugs are endorsed by the Care & Fair label. 



A RESPONSIBLE APPROACH

We work with the best manufacturers to make our collections. We small-batch produce and make to order to ensure we make only what we need and minimise waste. We're also making good decisions about what our products are made from - our New Zealand wool meets International Wool Textile Organisation strict standards to ensure a sustainable future for wool. We are also introducing GOTS organic linen and OEKO certified cotton yarns into our fabrics, plus making new rugs from recycled plastic bottles.


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