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Designers Guild has built a well-deserved name in the fields of fashion and interior design. From wallpaper to curtains and sheets, people know the Designers Guild name across the country for quality. The company brings a huge range of styles and patterns into any home. The best styles tie your home to its contents so everything works together.

Your home reflects your individuality on every level. Enjoy the sight of your bedding, not just the feel.

About Designers Guild

Designer Tricia Guild established the home and lifestyle company, Designers Guild in 1970. She runs the company alongside her brother Simon Jeffreys. With flagship stores on the Kings Road and Marylebone High Street and offices in London, Paris and Munich, they design, produce and wholesale luxury furnishing fabrics, wall coverings, upholstery and homeware. The company is synonymous with the highest levels of quality, creativity and innovation that modern British design has to offer. They command an enviable international reputation, with sales across Europe and in forty countries worldwide. They enjoy huge success in department stores, with retailers and hotels, as well as in contractor markets. The company's turnover has risen from£3 to£50 million over the past 20 years. Among other things, Tricia Guild draws on Eastern decorative art, Italian architecture and classical references for inspiration when conceptualising and creating her collections. The Designers Guild range includes exquisite furnishing fabrics, wall coverings and furniture, beautiful bed and bath accessories and home fragrances, stylish floor rugs and stunning broadloom carpets. They have also introduced a colourful range of Children's bed linen, throws and rugs, which are designed to 'capture and inspire your child's imagination'. The Designers Guild is the European and Middle East distributor for Ralph Lauren Fabric and Wallpaper. The company, under license, also designs and manufactures William Yeoward Fabrics and Christian Lacroix home products. In 2008, the Designer Guild, under license, launched their 'Royal Collection', which was inspired by the interiors of Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle as well as works of art from the Royal Archives.