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Northcroft Fabrics to Exhibit at Taste of Design 2014

Northcroft Fabrics is delighted to be exhibiting various designs from its exclusive portfolio of luxurious fabrics at Taste of Design, an essential show for interior design professionals taking place in May. Rich velvets, elegant damasks and intricate Chinoiserie styled silks which can be used for upholstery, curtains and soft furnishings, will be on show. John Kitching, Director […]

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Drape Interiors with Grey Hues

When it comes to the fabric trends of 2013, tradition is slowly making its way back in vogue, infused with modern touches. Grey is the new beige and velvet has overtaken some of the most popular fabrics of recent years. Grey especially has been a dominant trend this year, be it in drapes, soft furnishings […]

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A Touch of Luxury from Northcroft Fabrics

A leading specialist in the design and production of luxury fabrics for interior decoration, Northcroft Fabrics has held a prominent position in the industry since its establishment in 1991. Its exclusive collection of classic velvets, damasks and silks are renowned and the company’s impressive portfolio of clients includes the Goring Hotel in London, the Savoy […]

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Northcroft Fabrics Launches New Website

Northcroft Fabrics is proud to announce the launch of its new website, featuring all the latest fabrics, news and a list of overseas distributors. The site has a fresh feel with a new colour scheme and vibrant imagery on almost every page. Visitors to the site can browse through and request samples of fabrics at […]

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Northcroft Fabrics in The English Home

Northcroft Fabrics’ Spitalfields silk was featured in the July 2013 issue of The English Home in its Fruits of the Loom feature about fabric weaves. Click to see the full coverage.

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Northcroft Fabrics Provides Luxury On Board Your Superyacht

Northcroft Fabrics, with its comprehensive range of hard wearing, fire retardant, yet luxurious fabrics, is an excellent choice for superyachts undergoing a refit, where elegance and durability are of equal importance. A number of the company’s fabrics, including classic velvets and stunning damasks and silks, can be used to create beautiful superyacht interiors; the newest […]

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Northcroft Fabrics Introduces Two Stunning Fabrics To Its Growing Portfolio

Northcroft Fabrics is pleased to announce the introduction of two new luxurious fabrics to its exclusive range. York and Oxford are the latest additions to the company’s growing collection of opulent fabrics, which are distributed internationally and used by interior designers from Europe and the Far East to New Zealand and North America. York (£60 […]

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Northcroft Fabrics Tastes Success Once More

Northcroft Fabrics enjoyed another successful year exhibiting at Taste of Design 2013 (www.tasteofdesign.co.uk), a series of roadshows targeted at interior designers, which took place in May. Taste of Design presents a fantastic opportunity for interior designers to engage with beautiful brands in various stunning locations across the UK. The venues chosen are based on their […]

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Northcroft Fabrics makes its New York Metropolitan Opera debut

Northcroft Fabrics was delighted to recently supply a selection of luxury fabrics to the New York Metropolitan Opera for use in its production of Donizetti’s Anna Bolena.

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Northcroft Fabrics recreates Cliffe Castle curtains

The drawing room at Cliffe castle, in Keighley, Which has been restored with a fabric we produced to reproduce the effect of the orginal installed in the 1870’s. The house was built and furnished by the Victorian textile manufaturer Henry Isaac Butterfield. The orginal curtains and walling disappeared a long time ago but one curtain was kept and there is still one chair in the orginal fabric. The house is now a museum belonging to Bradford. Restoration has been carried out under the direction of Daru Rooke the curator of the museum.

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