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Over one hundred years of the finest bespoke fabric

The Britannia Collection

Newly Launched

Featuring two exuberant fabrics, O-Gee Whizz and Fabulous Frills, ‘The Britannia Collection’ by Dame Zandra Rhodes for Gainsborough, is woven using traditional weaving practices, on heritage looms at Gainsborough’s historic mill in Suffolk. Both designs incorporate Zandra’s signature style of free-flowing patterns and prints, as well as her use of bold, captivating colours.

A world of Imaginative opportunities


Spanning signature designs, perfect corresponding geometrics and one-off wonders. With one main collection and at least one capsule carefully curated and launched every year, our offering of supported collections – kept in stock in all colourways – is growing constantly.

Your idea, our knowledge

“Couture to interiors”: Our team can be as hands-on as you require, from initial idea generation to completion, or as a sounding board for clients’ ambitions. Orders start at just 20 metres.

Our design, your version

Customised and special orders of our archive documents and in-house collections are a simple way of reworking an existing design to make it your own.

Historical design, recommissioned

Gainsborough was established in part as a mill specialising in historical designs and, every year, we continue this tradition with a number of fabric recreations.

We have a proud and rich history of perfecting bespoke luxury fabrics for such eminent names as Liberty’s, William Morris & Co and the British Royal Family.

Explore our fabrics

Delve into our library of exquisitely crafted fabrics. Each one has been designed, dyed, warped and woven with care and integrity to produce some of the world’s finest interior furnishing fabrics.

Looking to create a bespoke piece?

Beyond Gainsborough’s current collections, there are countless options open to clients, from fabrics drawn from our rich archive to bespoke commissions and historical recreations.