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September 2012 saw an exciting new development for rapture and wright with the launch of Paradise Flower, a bespoke design printed onto a felted lambswool in 10 gorgeous colours. Also available as a double sided plain fabric - wonderful for curtains and upholstery.
Rapture and Wright began in 2002 when Rebecca Aird and Peter Thwaites designed and hand printed their first collection of furnishing fabrics and wallpapers. Printed on a simple ten meter table that they had built for themselves in a farmyard barn, it was a collection that embraced pattern and colour, setting the style for future designs.
The philosophy behind Rapture and Wright is to be 100% British. The cloth is woven in the UK. Suppliers, from weavers to furniture makers are sourced from around the UK. Designs are conceived and handprinted in the studio, using skills that are rapidly disappearing among British furnishing fabric manufacturers.
Rapture and Wright produce a range of prints and weaves suitable as both upholstery fabric and curtain fabric. Hand printing allows Rapture and Wright to accommodate the needs of their clients. Short runs and bespoke colourways are part of the service. As a small family run business, the quality and feel of the product is at the heart of the company.
May 2013: New London showroom opened - Redloh House Fabrics, R7 The Gasworks, 2 Michael Road, London SW6 2AD
18th-22nd September 2013: Design Junction, The Sorting office, 21-31 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1BA