Christopher Farr Cloth

Christopher Farr Cloth was founded in 2000 as a collaboration between Christopher Farr, Michal Silver and Matthew Bourne.

Today the printed textiles continue to be produced in the UK, and the collection comprises prints and weaves and wallpapers designed by the best contemporary artists and designers – including Kit Kemp, Neisha Crosland, Tord Boontje, Javier Mariscal, Kate Blee, Ilse Crawford, Commune and more.

Christopher Farr Cloth

Christopher Farr Cloth was founded in 2000 as a collaboration between Christopher Farr, Michal Silver and Matthew Bourne.

Today the printed textiles continue to be produced in the UK, and the collection comprises prints and weaves and wallpapers designed by the best contemporary artists and designers – including Kit Kemp, Neisha Crosland, Tord Boontje, Javier Mariscal, Kate Blee, Ilse Crawford, Commune and more.

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  • Algonquin Fabric

    £155.00 /m
    green
    honey
    navy
    olive
    pale-blue
    terracotta

    Algonquin designed by Scott Yetman is named after the Indigenous people now living in Eastern Canada, a place that is very special to him. Scott wanted to create a simple ticking stripe within his collection that would work as a solid to complement his other designs. The design’s scale, texture and simplicity are inspired by the works of Agnes Martin, and the completed fabric has a primitive elegance.

  • Algonquin Raffia Wallpaper

    £1,290.00
    apricot
    cobalt
    gold
    sky

    Algonquin designed by Scott Yetman is a simple ticking stripe that complements the rest of the collection. Its small scale, rich texture and simple design make it the perfect wallpaper. In addition, it is presented in tones that companion perfectly the other designs Scott has created for his new collection.

  • Alto Fabric

    £125.00 /m
    denim
    green
    pale-blue

    Alto Fabric designed by Christopher Farr. A beautiful plain fabric available in 15 vibrant colourways. Perfect for adding a pop of colour to any room. 100% Linen. 25,000 Rub Test.

    Usage: Upholstery, Cushions, Curtains, Blinds.

    Width 144cm.

  • Anna Fabric

    £155.00 /m
    dill
    hot-pink
    indigo
    lemon
    lilac
    pale-blue
    smoke

    This fabric is part of a collection of lively printed linens designed in the 1970s by the late Michael Szell. Christopher Farr Cloth has selected 15 designs from an archive of more than 70, and the fabrics are hand printed by the same print house that originally collaborated with Szell. 20,000 rub test. 100% linen.

    Usage: Curtains, Upholstery.

    Width 130cm. Vertical Pattern Repeat 64cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 43cm.

  • Anna Wallpaper

    £95.00
    fuchsia
    pearl
    sky

    Wallpaper sold by the metre. This wallpaper is part of a collection of lively printed linens designed in the 1970s by the late Michael Szell. Christopher Farr Cloth has selected 15 designs from an archive of more than 70, and the fabrics are hand printed by the same print house that originally collaborated with Szell.

    Width 130cm. Vertical Patter repeat 64cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 43.3cm. Straight Match.

  • Armatures Feuilles Fabric

    £155.00 /m
    green
    hot-pink
    indigo
    orange
    pale-blue
    smoke

    Armatures Feuilles Fabric is inspired by the textile designs from the archive of the renowned French artist Raoul Dufy who was active from 1905 until his death in 1953. A range of designs of big, bold floral to small geometric patterns in bright, fresh colours. 20,000 rub test. 100% linen.

    Usage: Curtains, Upholstery.

    Width 132cm. Vertical Pattern Repeat 44.3cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 26.8cm

  • Array Fabric

    £215.00 /m
    dark-indigo
    green
    natural

    This fabric design is part of a brand-new collaboration with the ceramic artist Makoto Kagoshima and Ritsuko Yagi of the Los Angeles gallery; Chariots on Fire. Each illustrated motif remains entirely one of a kind, the culmination of a series of distinct, refined techniques and Kagoshima’s vivid expressivity. 25,000 rub test. 100% Linen.

    Usage: Curtains, Upholstery.

    Width 132cm. Vertical Pattern Repeat 42cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 65cm.

  • Array Wallpaper

    £70.00
    cobalt
    grass
    slate

    Array Wallpaper sold by the metre. This wallpaper design is part of a brand-new collaboration with the ceramic artist Makoto Kagoshima and Ritsuko Yagi of the Los Angeles gallery; Chariots on Fire. Each illustrated motif remains entirely one of a kind, the culmination of a series of distinct, refined techniques and Kagoshima’s vivid expressivity.

    Width 130cm. Vertical Pattern Repeat 42cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 65cm. Half Drop Match.

  • Azteque Fabric

    £160.00 /m
    coral
    green
    hot-pink
    indigo
    pale-blue

    Azteque Fabric is inspired by the textile designs from the archive of the renowned French artist Raoul Dufy who was active from 1905 until his death in 1953. A range of designs of big, bold floral to small geometric patterns in bright, fresh colours. 25,000 rub test. 100% linen.

    Usage: Curtains, Upholstery.

    Width 132cm. Vertical Pattern Repeat 32cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 44cm.

  • Bark Grass cloth wallpaper

    £85.00
    fuchsia
    opal
    pearl
    slate
    teal

    Wallpaper sold by the metre. Initially an abstract painter, the Slade School graduate won a Boise Traveling Fellowship to Peru in 1975. There, Christopher Farr was enraptured by pre-Columbian textiles and, determined to explore ways to marry his love of abstraction to ancient textile arts.

    Width 87cm. Vertical Pattern Repeat 90cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 87cm. Straight Match.

  • Bay Street Fabric

    £145.00 /m
    black
    dark-indigo
    dark-olive
    ecru

    Designed by Scott Yetman; The classic pinstripe used in men’s tailoring inspired this playful woven fabric. Scott was influenced by renowned designer Georgio Armarni and the luxurious Italian fabrics he uses in his tailoring. The design is named after Bay Street in Toronto, famed as the Wall Street of Canada.

  • Belfour Fabric

    £150.00 /m
    charcoal
    denim
    green
    hot-pink
    indigo
    lemon
    smoke

    Belfour Fabric designed by Christopher Farr Cloth. A fantastic Ikat design, part of a collection of lively printed linens designed in the 1970s by the late Michael Szell. Christopher Farr Cloth has selected 15 designs from an archive of more than 70, and the fabrics are hand printed by the same print house that originally collaborated with Szell. 1005 Linen. 20,000 Rub Test.

    Usage: Upholstery, Cushions, Curtains, Blinds.

    Vertical Pattern Repeat 81.6cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 66cm. Width 132cm.

  • Belfour Wallpaper

    £95.00
    cobalt
    mimosa
    pearl
    sky

    Wallpaper sold by the metre. This wallpaper is part of a collection of lively printed linens designed in the 1970s by the late Michael Szell. Christopher Farr Cloth has selected 15 designs from an archive of more than 70, and the fabrics are hand printed by the same print house that originally collaborated with Szell.

    Width 132cm. Vertical Pattern Repeat 81.6cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 66cm. Straight Match.

  • Belge Fabric

    £180.00 /m
    charcoal
    dark-indigo
    green
    hot-pink
    lemon
    natural
    pale-blue

    Belge fabric is designed by Barron and Larcher. Textile designers Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher lived and worked together for 30 years, achieving fame for their custom-designed fabrics. 25,000 rub test. 100% linen.

    Usage: Curtains, Upholstery.

    Width 139.2cm. Vertical Pattern Repeat 15.5cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 81.6cm.

  • Belge Wallpaper

    £75.00
    lapis-blue
    lemon
    sky
    slate
    thyme

    Wallpaper sold by the metre. This wallpaper is designed by Barron and Larcher. Textile designers Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher lived and worked together for 30 years, achieving fame for their custom-designed fabrics.

    Width 141cm. Vertical Pattern Repeat 32cm. Horizontal Pattern Repeat 15.5cm. Straight Match.