Zoffany has established an international reputation for producing high quality fabrics and wallpapers based on historical references using innovative techniques. The Zoffany range of luxury furnishing fabrics include jacquard weaves, velvets, silks, embroideries, linen and cotton prints, digital prints and a wide range of plains suitable for curtains, upholstery and soft furnishings. Designed for both private and contract use, Zoffany’s fabrics are available in a multitude of styles including florals, botanicals, stripes, classic damasks, geometrics, Chinoiserie, Toiles de Jouy, Elizabethan and Rococo designs.
Beautiful woven fabrics, together with prints, were first introduced to the Zoffany range in 1987, offering the same impeccable standards of quality and design that had previously defined the company’s wallpaper collections.
The Zoffany wallpaper range comprises non-woven (also known as ‘paste the wall’), traditional paper, embossed vinyl, holographic and foil substrates. These are printed using a wide range of techniques from the traditional to the cutting edge including gravure, flexographic, flock, surface, surflex, scatter and grit in a wide variety of styles that include stries, stripes, textured plains, damasks, geometrics, florals and Toiles de Jouy. All Zoffany wallcoverings are produced in the UK.
Notable amongst the latest collections by Zoffany are Abstract 1928 that presents a bold and architecturally inspired abstract motif that combines craft and fine art in this fabulous display of colour and style influenced by Bauhaus the renowned home of modernism. Faithfully reproduced and screen printed on 100% linen. Geometrica and Kuba blend coherently geometric motifs with varied inspirations including traditional textiles from central Africa, Art Deco or in the case of Rakugaki, a Japanese graffiti and doodle on a woven jacquard with exquisite textural detail.