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Today, I will introduce you to one of my absolute favourite textile brands: Mark Alexander. It’s a brand that epitomises timeless beauty and quality, offering fabrics and wall coverings that are elegant, finely crafted, and never overly ornate.

Mark Alexander is known for using natural materials like cashmere, silk, and linen to create a luxurious yet laid-back vibe that I call “quite luxury.”

Their design philosophy revolves around simplicity, believing that true beauty lies in keeping things simple and letting the quality of the textiles shine through. Inspired by nature and traditional pigments, their colour palette is both soothing and sophisticated, ensuring that their collections seamlessly blend into any space.


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Let’s take a look at one of their latest indoor and outdoor collections, Veranda II.

Made with high-performance solution-dyed acrylic, Veranda II offers the softness and aesthetic appeal of natural fibres like chenille and bouclé, making it an ideal choice for any setting, whether indoors or outdoors. Wow just check out these images!

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Now, let’s talk about their wallcoverings – they’re simply breathtaking. Take, for example, their Collage III collection, which features handcrafted pieces made from natural materials like abacá, sisal, and raffia, along with traditional Japanese papers embellished with delicate embroidery.

These wallcoverings are timeless with their rich textures and earthy hues. Visit Mark Alexander website to see more gorgeous imagery.

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And let’s not forget about Mark Alexander’s collection of trimmings, which embody natural beauty and understated elegance.

Crafted in Belgium from pure European linen, these trimmings are essential accessories for curtains, upholstery, and decor. With gentle movements of colour and intricate weave structures, each trimming adds subtle intrigue to any space.

Mark Alexander is a brand that truly understands the art of creating timeless, elegant interiors. With their focus on quality craftsmanship, natural materials, and understated design, they have mastered the art of “quite luxury” that effortlessly elevates any space.

Click here to visit the Mark Alexander website for more drool-worthy imagery ;)

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