We are a Cotswolds based company, and provide a UK-wide service.
What we do
The Fabric Walling Company was set up by Simon Rutherford, who is still the key operator and is committed to carrying out all projects to an impeccable standard.
Working on interior design projects across the UK
Simon has worked with the top end of the interior design world over the last thirty years, furnishing beautiful homes in London, the Home Counties and across the UK. He offers a professional bespoke and traditional service providing expert fabric application to period homes.
Fabric walling benefits and advantages
Fabric walling can be a superior alternative to wallpaper and painted finishes providing superb insulation and acoustic qualities. This makes it an ideal solution in cinema rooms.
Suitable textiles and materials for fabric walling
Natural fabrics such as silk, woven wool, linen and cotton are all suitable for this treatment. We are happy to work with supplied materials. As an alternative, we are well placed to supply designer fabrics and braids including options dyed to a specification if required. Obvious stripes and checks are not always ideal in period properties where crooked walls make pattern matching difficult, but the process of fixing – in expert hands – can provide an excellent outcome.
Fabric walling as a solution for listed buildings
Fabric walling can be a good option in older, rustic properties where the original wall has a rough or uneven surface and a more uniform finish is required. It is also useful in buildings where an original surface needs to be preserved but not on show, for example, to protect an old mural which is not part of a current scheme.
Fabric walling – the process
The process involves the fixing of slim wooden battens to the wall. Wadding is attached and then the fabric is stretched between the wooden battens before being finished at the edges with braid or trimming.
Next steps in your fabric walling project
We are always available to provide advice and no obligation quotes on any project. Do get in touch to discuss your ideas.