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We Love Cushions adds Warner Textile Archive

New deal will see archive shown across a variety of cushion collections.

We Love Cushions has extended its licensed roster, securing a deal with the Warner Textile Archive.

The collection comprises over 100,000 textiles and paper designs, as well as original printing blocks, photographs and other documentary material from Warner & Sons from the late 1800s.

The archive will be shown across a variety of cushion collections, responding to both current trends and also acting as inspirational platform for the interiors sector.

The initial designs will span the following themes: Monochrome, Heartwood, Tropical Thunder and Eva Crofts.

The official launch will be at Top Drawer which runs from January 14-16 at London’s Olympia.

Mark Turner, owner of We Love Cushions, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for We Love Cushions, allowing us to extend our portfolio into archival textile designs.

“Our first collections with the Warner Textile Archive will showcase designs that echo the modern and contemporary feel that our clients are seeking.”

Katie Martin, product and marketing officer at Warner Textile Archive, added: “We are delighted to be working with We Love Cushions on such an exciting range.

“This new collaboration will allow some of our most striking designs to be available for the interiors sector on a beautiful range of cushions that are accessible to all.”

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