All the Trimmings from Warner House

10 Jun 21

Established in 1870, Warner Fabrics has a long and distinguished history as one of the greatest names in British textiles. It has an unrivalled collection of designs and has held a Royal Warrant since 1932. 

Recently acquired by Lee and Emma Clarke, Warner Fabrics has been reborn as Warner House. Now operating exclusively online, it draws inspiration from its rich heritage, distilling its essence into a contemporary lifestyle collection. Alongside their extensive offering of luxurious fabrics, wallpaper and furniture, Warner House is also the go-to for fabulously decorative trimmings. 

Handmade in the UK, and ranging from traditional to exuberantly modern, the collection includes six designs: fringing (bullion, onion and brush), braids and fabulous animal print tapes. The colourways are cleverly co-ordinated with the Warner House fabric collection. Very much in line with the resurgence of decorative detailing, the collection adds a chic finish to both classic and contemporary interiors.