How They Style It . . . Fabric Collective Designs As Styled By Interior Designers

Image above: Bedroom designed by Rosanna Bossom

We love seeing fabrics and wallpapers from The Fabric Collective in homes and spaces around the world. We are privileged to work with some of the world's leading interior designers who often source designs from our physical and online showroom to bring their genius ideas and creative visions to life. 


Scroll down to read about some of our favourite interior designers, the Fabric Collective designs they love, and their ideas for how to style them . . . 



Octavia Dickinson

"Octavia’s design philosophy is that a home should reflect its owner and that it should therefore be entirely unique. That personally tailored style is nonetheless underpinned by her own understanding of colour, scene and harmony. Knowing that the success of every interior depends on the often-unnoticed fine detail, Octavia is committed to sourcing and working with the very best artisans and craftsmen to realise the most beautiful results. She is available for both consultancy work and comprehensive projects, from conception to completion.."

Read more about Octavia Dickinson and her interior design projects and services here

1) Penny Morrison | Flowerberry Wallpaper

"I love this wallpaper which looks at the same time both modern and traditional. Both the design and the colourways are incredibly versatile and the design could be used in numerous rooms. The silhouette flower is striking but also subtle, it doesn’t feel too flowery. I covered my son’s bedroom head to toe in her wonderful blue version for the more is more look and I would love to use the orange colourway in a kitchen, maybe my next house!"

2) Sarah Vanrenen | Aspa Wallpaper and Fabric

"A very traditional design but reworked in wonderfully bright colours. It works brilliantly matching the wallpaper with the fabric, but also with something a bit plainer for a less intense look.  I think it is a very flexible design not limited to use in one type of room. I used the raspberry wallpaper in a bathroom and masculinised it up with slate stonework around the bath and basins. The calmer colours of the Eau de Nil colourway looked fabulous in this client’s kitchen looking onto the garden outside."


3) Lake August |  Nasturtium

"This design comes in both a wallpaper and fabric and stirs up images for me of lazy summers on the East Coast of America.  I would love to design a garden room with all of the furniture upholstered in this fabric, or a bathroom covered from top to bottom in the wallpaper with a large striped armchair, a mahogany repurposed vanity unit and some of the wonderful Balineum hand painted tiles in the shower."


Rosanna Bossom 

"Established in 2014, Rosanna Bossom Limited is currently a team of five. Sapphie trained at KLC graduating in 2012 and worked alongside Rosie at Lambart and Browne. She subsequently joined Rosanna Bossom Limited in 2017. Maddy then joined the team in June 2020 after graduating from Central St. Martins in 2018 having studied Textile Design. She gained two years of valuable industry experience after university, ahead of joining our interior design team. More recently Anna has come on board as our Studio and Product assistant, having gained great experience from previously working in a similar role for a major fashion brand."

Read more about Rosanna Bossom and their interior design projects and services here

1) Sarah Vanrenen | Kinaara Pink/Green

"We loved playing with the border of this fabric where we have used it here as the front edge and side edges of the sofa which makes for a fun detail."

2) Penny Morrison | Inca Vertical Stripe Red & Sarah Vanrenen | Dahlia Red & Parker & Jules | Trees Lilac Conker

"In this Bedroom we have mixed Penny Morrison’s Inca Vertical Stripe Red on the beds, Sarah Vanrenen’s Dahlia Red on the Curtains and Parker & Jules Trees Lilac Conker for the cushions on the bed. We kept this room quite tonal and love how the palette of these three fabrics compliment each other."

3) Penny Morrison | Yasmina & Ticking Stripe

"We love this fabric as it brings two of our favourite colours together (red & blue) for the basis of a scheme. We think it works particularly well on curtains due to the large scale of the pattern on neutral ground cloth. Also shown in this photo is Penny’s Ticking Stripe on the end of bed stool."