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  • Decorex 2018

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    Decorex 2018

    Rapture and Wright will be launching their new fabric and wallpaper collection at Decorex 2018. 

    See them at stand E40 from Sunday 16th September to Wednesday 19th September. 

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  • Winners of the fabric category of The English Home new Years Honours list 2018

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    Winners of the fabric category of The English Home new Years Honours list  2018

    From The English Home - Designers Peter Thwaites and Rebecca Aird have built up a strong reputation as screen printing specialists since they launched Rapture & Wright in 2004. Their latest range, The Standen Collection, is the delectable result of a commission from The National Trust for hand-printed fabrics and wallpapers to be used as part of its contemporary arts programme, Trust New Art. We particularly admire Walled Garden, with its evocation of espaliered fruit trees.

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  • New Print Course Dates

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    New Print Course Dates

    We have got 2 new print course dates for 2018. Friday 16th March and Friday 20th April. £160 for the day including materials and lunch.

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  • Decorex 2017

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    Decorex 2017

    We  have set up for Decorex 2017 - Stand K42. Showing all our new fabrics and wallpapers

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  • The Standen Collection now open

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    The Standen Collection now open

     Designers Peter Thwaites & Rebecca Aird have been commissioned to create a collection of modern hand-printed fabrics and wallpapers for the National Trust’s Arts & Crafts house, Standen in West Sussex. 

    As part of the National Trust’s contemporary arts programme, Trust New Art, the Peter and Rebecca have created a collection of three wallpapers and fabrics that will be used as bespokefurnishings for parts of the house, reflecting the ethos of Standen’s architect Philip Webb and textile designer William Morris, whose designs can be seen in many of the rooms. Webb’s views on the design for a contemporary house in 1894 are comparative to the principles of Peter and Rebecca’s design studio, Rapture & Wright, where they combine designs for the present with the best craftsmanship and materials

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