Redefining contract interiors

Today’s contract market demands more than just good off-the-shelf designs, interiors need to captivate, inspire and perform.

With no less than five in-house design studios, Style Library Contract is fast becoming the one-stop international resource for interior designers and specifiers seeking distinctive style which delivers outstanding performance.

The home of iconic interior brands Anthology, Harlequin, Morris & Co., Sanderson, Scion, Zoffany and FR One, Style Library Contract provides inspiration for bespoke commissions internationally. Whether it’s a recolour of an existing design or developing something completely new, Style Library Contract provides its clients with the creative freedom to curate a product that is uniquely theirs. Possibly because Style Library Contract manufactures its own wallpapers and prints fabric, so is able to control every stage of the process.

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Group Contract Sales Director, Carolyn Mitchell, comments: “Working very closely with our in-house designers, we are constantly looking to create the best high-performing, accessibly priced, beautiful products for the contract market. Our client’s vision is paramount, and we work to ensure our products meet the requirements of their project. Thanks to the superb talents of our Style Library wallpaper and print factory, we are able to ensure our products fit the demands of the contract market, whether you’re specifying for hospitality, healthcare, education or any other commercial environment.”

The Great Gallery
One of Style Library Contract’s most recent projects was the Great Gallery at the RAC Club Pall Mall. Talking about the design, Stuart Black, Head of Interior Design at Mosaic Architecture + Design, commented: “The primary brief for the Great Gallery was a classic restoration of the room; focusing primarily on a new carpet, reupholstering the existing chairs and enhancing the room lighting. Our plan was to ensure continuity of the overall heritage and style of the Great Gallery while introducing new elements that complement the existing grand interior.”

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The team at Mosaic Architecture + Design also undertook a large-scale restoration programme across ornate wall lights, large chandeliers and period plasterwork and frescos taking them back to their intended period design and protecting their longevity for years to come.

Stuart added that they chose to work with Style Library Contract on this project as “they were able to offer us a bespoke option in the timescale and quantity we required. We really enjoy working with Style Library Contract on projects; customer service is excellent and the ‘can-do’ attitude they have is perfect for us.”

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Industry demand
The current contract market demands design-led products in fashion-forward colour palettes all performing to the highest of standards. With this comes the need for more and more suppliers to offer the possibility of creating a bespoke product that is tailored to the project.

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When pulling together the scheme for the Great Gallery, Stuart recalls: “We wanted a very refined period pattern weave. A lot of the traditional-style damasks and floral fabrics we looked at were over-scaled, and the fabrics we did like were aimed at the very top end of the domestic market and therefore not suitable for contract use.

“Style Library Contract’s bespoke route offered us the perfect balance between the contract durability we required and a very refined pattern which was important for the period-style room we were working with.” Style Library Contract’s leading British brands continue to produce collection after collection of innovative fabrics, wallpapers and paints that provide the interior designer with the tools to create exquisite schemes of high-performing quality products at accessible prices.

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