Rebecca Craig Interview
Take a look at our video of Rebecca Craig, Head of Design in the Sanderson studio. In her interview with Emilio at Decorex 2014, Rebecca talks about the inspiration behind the latest Sanderson collection, Fabienne.Read More
A collection of prints, wallpapers, embroideries, weaves and velvets that celebrate a decade of design which transformed the boundaries of interior decoration.
Through the eyes of children, the Sanderson stylists have created imaginative and playful settings, full of magic.
A fabric collection is a fusion of natural organic imagery and soft mineral colours, woven and printed in a range of textural qualities.
Sanderson design team has created a collection inspired by 18th and 19th century linen and cotton prints from its archive.
This autumn sees the launch of five new Sanderson collections inspired by the hugely creative output of the artists, poets and designers of the 1930s.
A vibrant collection of prints, weaves, embroideries and wallpapers, compiled as seven complete decorating stories is arranged in distinctive palettes.
Two stunning collections incorporate organic floral and delicate toile linens alongside a range of complementary wallpapers inspired by striking block print documents.
Two very British brands come together, as Sanderson launch a collection of fabrics and wallpapers featuring patterns by pottery designer, Emma Bridgewater.
Fabienne conjures up the faded elegance of French chateaux and the charm of rustic country manors. 18th and 19th century documents from the Sanderson archive provided the inspiration for many of the floral prints which have been given fresh, contemporary treatments, with stunning results.
The five ‘Ione’ designs are printed on delicate silks, light cottons and linens. The fabric collection is complemented by a subtle taffeta and satin silk stripe and six wallpapers.
Maia features a stunning range of oriental style floral prints and embroideries on cottons, linens and silks. Inspired by documents within the Sanderson Archive.
Sanderson collection from French country style to inspire a stunning collection of weaves, embroideries and coordinating prints and wallcoverings.
The ‘Elyan’ collection creates chic yet comfortable style with textural qualities in softly faded colours, whilst beautiful florals are brought to life in the embroidered silks.
Options 10 features designs ranging from whimsical line drawings and simple lino prints to sophisticated Indienne trails and inky Chinese water-colours.
This series of collections has been going for 31 years with the first collection launched in 1982. Options includes work from: Fiona Howard, Wendy Bray and Jenny Frean.
These coordinated collections comprise stunning floral prints, jacquards and complementary wallpapers all of which have been expertly drawn and coloured.
This season, the design team at Sanderson have created a classic collection that has been heavily influenced by Sanderson’s heritage and extensive archive.
The first collection for Sanderson by designer Maggie Levien consists of six wallpapers and comes in a, range of versatile colourways including timeless, and usable neutrals.
This launch has a more contemporary feel than collection Maycott, and continuesto offer beautiful, quint essentially English designs with the hallmark of quality and style.
The first Sanderson Home collection Maycott, is a beautifully produced range of prints and wallpapers that have a fresh floral theme.
Sanderson celebrates its 150th anniversary. To mark this significant occasion, the Sanderson studio introduces ‘Vintage Fabrics and Wallpapers.