Wonderful article by Maude Smith in the The World of Interiors May edition, where some of our gorgeous tiebacks were selected,including the ‘Adelaide’ bespoke Double Tassel Tieback!
What a fabulous experience Design Centre Chelsea Harbour for Focus/17 Press Preview!! An amazing space and truly inspirational!
Our fabrics and beautiful passementerie take centre stage in the new Beauty and the Beast film 2017!
Look out for Watts’ gorgeous Tassels and fabrics…!
Read Design Centre Chelsea Harbour‘s blog about this wonderful design!
Watts1874 Online Fabric and Wallpaper Sale
Live from February 13th - March 25th
Grand Sale at Watts warehouse at Green Court, Llanover NP7 9EB
20th to the 25th of March 2017. Mon. to Friday 10am to 5pm. Saturday 9am to 3pm
What a wonderful feature by Jessica Haynes and Max Eggar in The World of Interiors March issue, 'Design Week Fabrics' where our flame stitch 'Bargello' fabrics feature, along with Zardi & Zardi tapestry's!
Its so wonderful that Zardi & Zardi‘s Verdure with Birds tapestry wallpaper was among the selections of wall coverings that most captured the English Home Magazines imaginations, and made their ‘New Year Honours’ list!
We are so delighted to announce that the splendours of Watts' fabrics, wallpapers and passementerie will again be displayed in the Kimberley Expertise showroom in Moscow!
119034 Moscow, Lva Tolstogo Street, 23/7, Stroenie 3, Entrance 3.
For all Russian enquiries please contact +7 926 6987132 - Alexander Rogalskij. Email: [email protected] Or if you would prefer continue to email Fiona Flint in London [email protected]
'Bataille Angels' a beautiful 17th century tapestry from Zardi & Zardi, features in Homes & Gardens Magazine's December issue! One of two panels that derive from the oldest surviving medieval set of tapestries, 'The Apocalypse of St. John'. Commissioned by Louis 1, Duke of Anjou, in 1375 to decorate the walls of his castle at Angers, they were woven in the Paris workshops of Nicolas Bataille, the most famous weaver of the day. The tapestries are notable for the combination of lively narrative and finely observed detail.