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Top 30 British-made Home Textiles Brands

If your home is in need of an update, look no further than this, our Top 30 British home textiles brands.

There’s nothing that will make your home feel cosier than well designed and quality made textiles and soft furnishings. We bring you our top 30 list of the best British-made home textiles brands.

Hyde & Hare

Hyde & Hare Animal hide UK-made home textiles
Hyde & Hare

Handpicked by Hyde & Hare, these soft and luxurious animal hides add natural nordic style to your home. Whether in front of a fire, on the back of a sofa, or beside your bed our Reindeer Hides add that finishing ‘Hygge’ touch to any environment.

Abraham Moon & Sons

Abraham Moon British textiles
Bronte by Moon

Bronte by Moon is Abraham Moon & Sons’ official brand of beautiful woollen home and fashion accessories including throws, cushions, baby blankets and scarves.

Lancashire Textiles

Lancashire Textiles
Lancashire Textiles

Lancashire Textiles offer products including protectors and linens, right through to bath towels and cushion covers. They also manufacture a high volume of soft homewares such as duvets, pillows, cushion pad inners and mattress toppers; all to the highest standard. Ranging in different tog ratings, their duvets are all made to the highest standard and also come in all standard bed sizes.

Being a manufacturer they are also able to custom make products to what their customers desire. They are able to customise products to specific needs such as adjusting lengths of duvets and creating specialised size pillows.

Hettie

Hettie UK-made home textiles
Hettie

Born and manufactured in the UK, Hettie combines beautiful design, with family conscious values and ethical responsibility, resulting in a stunning collection of Made in England lifestyle accessories for you, your home and your family.

Tulibee Ltd.

Tullibee sustainable made in UK homewear
Tullibee

Each piece of the Tullibee range has been meticulously designed to meet the highest standards of quality and safety. Using only natural sustainable materials, the range consists of knitted lambswool blankets & cushions & soon to launch printed organic cotton bedding & sleepwear for babies & toddlers.

Skyeskyns

Skyeskyns

Skyeskyns is the sole exhibition sheepskin tannery in Scotland as well as manufacturers and suppliers of sheepskins since 1983. They produce their own range of sustainable tree-bark tanned sheepskins from Scottish breeds, made on Skye from their own unique recipe. They offer a range of sheepskin rugs, throws and accessories either made onsite or in Devon.

Jampot & Sunday

Jampot & Sunday home textiles
Jampot & Sunday

Soft, warm, luxurious and enduring – Jampot & Sunday blankets are the embodiment of their British values. All designed and finished in Yorkshire then placed in beautiful gift boxes ready to give to that special someone.

Baavet

Baavet British-made wool bedding
Baavet

Baavet wool bedding products range from duvets to pillows, mattress protectors, mattresses and even doggy duvets.

Sussex Tweed

Sussex Tweed Cushions
Sussex Tweed

Sussex Tweed cushions in English handwoven tweeds, to keep you comfy and cosy, featuring their signature cotton ticking and stuffed with duck down in English-made cotton cambric. Hand made in Sussex.

The Welsh Girl

The Welsh Girl traditional home textiles
The Welsh Girl

Reigniting the traditional textiles of Wales with a range of unique contemporary handmade wares designed for the self and the home – the signature poncho, bags, scarves, accessories, cushions and bespoke soft furnishings.

All products are designed and made at my studio in Hay on Wye. The fabric is woven in colour combinations unique to the brand at one of the few remaining mills in Wales – Teifi, part of the Museum of Wales.

dùsal

dusal bedding manufacturer UK-made
dùsal

dùsal is a family-owned manufacturer of natural and synthetic-filled bedding products, namely duvets, pillows, mattress toppers and protectors.

All dùsal products are hand filled in Scotland using only the best feather, down and advanced synthetic materials.

We Love Cushions

We Love Cushions home textiles
We Love Cushions

We Love Cushions is an independent company that brings you a distinctive and beautiful collection of homeware and outdoor accessories. Known for their eclectic range of patterns, designs and collections – transforming the ordinary and bringing style & beauty to the everyday.

Perfect Pillow

Perfect Pillow
Perfect Pillow

Perfect Pillow produces organic, earth-friendly health products, including organic buckwheat pillows & mattresses and they are the UK’s largest supplier of Buckwheat Husk and Natural Kapok.

The Monkey Puzzle Tree

The Monkey Puzzle Tree home textiles
The Monkey Puzzle Tree

From rich linens and velvets to a risqué lace voile, The Monkey Puzzle Tree collaborates with artists to create truly unique home textiles with a twist and a conscience.

Founded by Charlotte Raffo in 2017, the business pays a 20% royalty to their artists to help provide them with a passive income, and the unique designs are manufactured in the North of England, supporting traditional industries and maintaining high environmental standards. Awarded ‘Highly Commended for Best British Product Design in the Brit List Awards 2020, Finalist in the Northern Design Awards 2020.

Peter Reed

Peter Reed luxury bed linen
Peter Reed

Peter Reed manufacture luxury bed linen in Lancashire and hold the Royal Warrant as a supplier of bedding to HRH the Queen.

Premier Lampshades

Premier Lampshades

If you’re looking for classic lampshades with a twist, Premier lampshades can help. They specialise in bespoke, handmade fabric lampshades. They’ve been busy perfecting this craft for 40 years now, resulting in the highest quality and standards possible.

Wallace Sewell

Wallace Sewell design studio
Wallace Sewell

Established in 1990 by Harriet Wallace-Jones and Emma Sewell, creating innovative woven fabrics exploiting industrial techniques. They work closely with the textile industry in Great Britain to produce pieces ranging from scarves to furnishing products, which sell worldwide.

Tripster & Smith

Tripster & Smith woven blankets
Tripster & Smith

Tripster & Smith are a small Cotswolds based company specialising in luxury throws, wraps and soft furnishings made from the finest, natural textiles – pure new wool, merino lambswool, cashmere, alpaca, mohair, linen and silk, woven and hand-finished in the British Isles.

The Throw Company

The Throw Company British made faux fur
The Throw Company

Established for 27 years The Throw Company offers the world’s largest range of luxury Faux Fur products all made in their UK studio.

Ian Mankin

Ian Mankin Made in Britain home furnishings
Ian Mankin

British weavers of designer furnishing fabrics, Ian Mankin was founded in 1983. Renowned for new and stylish interpretations of natural and organic fabrics in a simple yet timeless palette of colours.

Design, quality and service along with a pride in their Made in Britain heritage are at the very heart of their business.

Feature Lighting

Feature Lighting lampshades
Feature Lighting

Feature Lighting specialises in making bespoke lampshades and lights. Need a lampshade in a specific shape, size, colour or fabric? Then they can make it for you. For trade, contract or public and bespoke lampshades from mini to massive.

Feature Lighting fills a huge gap in the market for people looking to find specific lighting that’s just not available on the high street. Their lighting studio can make almost any shape and size of the lampshade, from really small light shades to extra large lampshades, in the widest selection of coverings on the market.

FelinFach Handmade Textiles

FelinFach Handmade Textiles
FelinFach Handmade Textiles

FelinFach is a Welsh company based at a 200-year-old former flour mill in Pembrokeshire, Wales in the UK. FelinFach designs and makes handmade cushions, throws, bedding and other soft furnishings.

The Isle Mill

The Isle Mill UK-made soft furnishings fabrics
The Isle Mill

The Isle Mill is recognised as the foremost weaver and wholesaler of interior soft furnishing fabrics in Scotland. Having been established for over 230 years, we can proudly boast that they do indeed have a wealth of experience that has been handed down through the generations. 

Curious Rose

Curious Rose Pure Wool British-made Wheat Bags
Curious Rose

Curious Rose produce hot wheat bags and hot water bottles. They use pure wool blankets and recycled cashmere, to keep you as warm as possible. Made in Britain, using pure wool, with original designs.

Jacqueline Milton

Jacqueline Milton UK-made home textiles
Jacqueline Milton

Jacqueline Milton is a Dorset based fabric company offering a collection of printed linens for the home. Her collections have been designed to mix and match using a gentle palette of chalky colours, creating interiors that are comfortable and easy to live with. Their linen has been carefully sourced in Scotland – it’s beautifully soft and perfect for making things like curtains and cushions.

Laura’s Loom

Laura's Loom home textiles
Laura’s Loom

Laura’s Loom is run by an artisan weaver living and working in the Yorkshire Dales, making the most of British wool. Laura also weaves with other fibres and can produce one-off handwoven bespoke pieces for a special occasion; shepherd you through the production of small mill-woven runs, or simply advise on what you can do with your own wonderful British wool. Laura is generous with her knowledge and aims to help each other to support our British textile industry.

Melin Tregwnt

Melin Tregwynt Welsh Traditional Fabrics
Melin Tregwynt

Melin Tregwynt is a small family company established in 1912. They combine the authentic craft traditions of Welsh double cloth weave with beautiful colour and innovative modern design. All of their fabrics are Woven in Wales at our historic 17th-century mill in Pembrokeshire.

They produce contemporary woollens rooted in the Welsh tradition, in widths from 150 to 270cms and suitable for end uses including apparel and footwear, domestic and contract upholstery, bedspreads, blankets, cushions and throws.

FifteenFifteen

FifteenFifteen
FifteenFifteen

Specialising in beautifully designed, responsibly crafted accessories for the modern home, creative powerhouse FifteenFifteen tastefully combines global inspiration with traditional English craftsmanship.

Based in London, interior design studio FifteenFifteen was founded by Natalia Petrov in 2015. Fuelled by a passion for interior design, the creative powerhouse offers responsibly made, beautifully designed luxury products for the modern, tasteful home.

Moose & Co

Moose & Co
Moose & Co

Founded by Jon & Craig, they use traditional Welsh patterns with a modern twist to create handmade home textiles. They also offer personalised items which make perfect gifts for friends and family.

Jocelyn Hare Design

Jocelyn Hare Design made in UK homewear
Jocelyn Hare Design

While studying for a degree in Surface Pattern and Textile Design, Jocelyn Hare developed a passion and love of patterns of all kinds. Taking inspiration from the natural and manmade world, she loves to create surface patterns with their own story and history.

An in-depth process of researching, sketching and gathering of materials goes into each design that is created, giving each pattern its own unique story.

Zoe Glencross

Zoe Glencross
Zoe Glencross

A move from Manchester to the meadows of Cheshire inspired Zoe to seize the opportunity to learn the craft of fabric design and print, combining her love of colour, paint and fabric. Zoe now has 3 fabric collections all made in the UK, wallpapers and a made to order furniture and lampshade service. She also also collaborated with Sofa.com as part of their design lab.

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2 Comments

  1. Kobi Fysh on May 4, 2019 at 7:15 pm

    Loved article always looking for unique textiles

  2. Polina Chapman on May 17, 2020 at 10:04 pm

    Love the article.
    We are looking for British fabric manufacturers to manufacture our own design on small scale. Could you please advise?

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