TURNELL & GIGON

One of Turnell & Gigon’s foundational principles is that textiles are the very bedrock of any home interior. Turnell & Gigon have become the distributors of some of the finest interior decoration fabrics created by some of the most distinguished designers globally. These luxurious fabrics can be used in upholstery, wall coverings, curtains,  and accents (from drapery on poster-beds to scatter cushions, bolsters, piping and gimp). Turnell & Gigon pride themselves in the fabric houses they represent, which include some of the most sought after brands in the industry [Clarence House, Neisha Crosland, Charles Burger, Veraseta, Edmont Petit, Nicky Haslam, Allegra Hicks, Schumacher, Decortex, Voghi, Tobias & The Angel, Raoul Textiles, Fondazione Arte, Hill Brown, Palestrina London).

Our culture is that of craftsmanship, artistry and quality.

Some examples of this strong focus on exceptional craftsmanship include:

Handblocks held under the Jean Monro umbrella. Jean Monro is one of the few companies still editing hand-block designs.

The Art of Passementerie presents beautiful and intricate trimmings by the incredible collection from Les Passementeries de l’Isle de France, which for 91 years, this family-run company has been creating complex hand made passementeries, with the fourth generation now presiding over a business that strikes a fine balance between tradition and modernity.

Intricate Embroidery with many beautiful hand embroideries from the simplest to incredibly intricate using an unmatched variety of innovative techniques including antiqued metallic threads silk yarns, hand painted silk applique and leather on leather applique.

The newest addition to the Turnell & Gigon Group of companies is Palestrina London that creates specialist, world class, hand-embroideries using an unmatched variety of innovative techniques including antiqued metallic threads, silk yarns, hand painted silk applique and leather on leather applique. This stunning bespoke collection encompasses a range of genres, original techniques and luxurious textures taking hand embroidery to a whole new level. Crewel embroidery or crewelwork is a type of surface embroidery using wool. Many different embroidery stitches can be used in crewelwork to create a textured and colourful effect. Unlike silk or cotton embroidery threads, crewel wool is thicker and creates a raised, dimensional feel to the work.

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Website: www.turnellandgigon.com

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