Our Lagos collection is compiled of many wonderful pattern-and-plain colour stories that work together to create a harmonious interiors palette.

“CHECK” out our coordinating feature design “Samson” (pictured above), a striking large scale chequered fabric with a distinct cotton handle. Samson is our interpretation of an African tartan harnessing its inspiration from the “Must-Go” bags. This classic has re-entered the trend scene as spotted on various runways forecasting CHECK for next year’s hot looks!

Our Linoleum design (featured image) is available in 4 colourways all in reference to geometric tiling reiterated into linoleum flooring. Uplift a monochromatic neutral colour scheme and breathe some fun into an upholstery project. Queen Monica is dressed in our Linoleum Blackburn and is testament that furniture IS fashionable! 

Our Lagos Collection makes up wonderfully in cushions! This wonderful patter-and-plain colour collection gives you the freedom to create harmonious interiors palettes. Mix ‘n match your space with Samson, Stitch, Linoleum and Ditzy. Treated with SpillBLOCK© and woven locally, each colourful or monochromatic colourway in this collection is in fact a treat to any interior space!

Ditzy is a micro pattern with a monochromatic “Ditzy Black Slate” and navy & red tonal “Ditzy Red” offering. A great addition to your mix of either reds or blues, its pattern is intriguing and fun!

Stitch is stripy goodness from our lovely Lagos range! Available in 2 colour ways; Stitch Sailor tones nautical with reds and blues, and Stitch Vermicelli brings fun stripes to life with greens, pinks and oranges.

Shimmer Coconut is a Lagos special feature fabric, with a silver metallic yarn running through a warm ivory mottled plain weave. To add just enough sparkle to your your interior to give a wink to glamour.

Our denim fabrics is a classic staple to any interior. Available in two colourways, Lake and Faded, it is the perfect complementing plain textile to make your featured fabrics pop!

View our full Lagos colour story with coordinates below: