Edinburgh Weavers was founded as an experimental branch of Morton Sundour Fabrics in 1928. Edinburgh Weavers combine edgy design with groundbreaking textile manufacturing, fusing textiles with modern art. Eminent British designers like Barbara Hepworth, Terence Conran, Paul Nash and Ben Nicholson created work for the company. This legacy continues where concept and artistry rule. Fine artists create the designs with the freedom to develop imaginative pieces, uninhibited by the technical constraints of textiles manufacturing because the many years of expertise have equipped us in turning these designs into renowned woven or printed textiles.
Edinburgh Weavers’ fabrics have been used in prestigious settings, including: the London flat of Cary Grant, No. 9 Downing Street, famous ships like the Queen Mary, The Claridges and The Savoy hotels, Tate Gallery. Edinburgh Weavers produced textile hangings for the boxes at Royal Festival Hall as part of the Festival of Britain, as well as for the British Embassy in Washington. Today Edinburgh Weavers’ fabrics convey the luxury and splendour in both residential and opulent hotels worldwide.