Supporting the ongoing conservation of the Archive Collection.
Designs from the Warner Textile Archive have been used on a wide variety of products, from fabric and wallpaper, to jewellery and stationery, a number of which can be seen below. Each of these partnerships supports the ongoing conservation of the Archive Collection.
We are always keen to hear from prospective licensing partners, If you are interested in collaborating with the Archive on a licensing project, please get in touch. A member of the team will respond as quickly as possible to let you know how we can proceed.
Licensing partnerships and sales of products featuring designs from the Archive Collection support the continued work of the Warner Textile Archive.
Get in touch: 01376 316780
House of Hackney
A collection of luxury wallpapers & printed textiles reinterpreted from historic hand painted archive designs. House of Hackney bring the beauty of nature into the home, with a riot of colour and print.
Surface View produce made to order mural wallpapers, ceramic murals, roller blinds, wall hangings and framed prints in a range of stunning designs. Working with the Archive on a number of collections, they have translated a variety of Archive designs into unique home interior projects.
George Spencer Designs
George Spencer Designs produce exquisite wallcoverings that are exclusively produced in the UK using the historic method of block printing; they are one of only a handful of European companies who still use this process. ‘Fernholme’ is one of the designs they use within their collection and is produced in a number of colourways.
Ceramic brooches, buttons and jewellery celebrating rich designs from the past and handmade in Cornwall.
Stockwell Ceramics take elements from our Archive designs which are then carefully placed on to their products.
Dig Haushizzle X Warner Textile Archive
A collaboration with interiors duo Edd and Cassie Nicholas from Dig Haushizzle to create a unique and exclusive homeware range. Focusing on the colourful and playful paper designs of Eva Crofts (1875 – 1946), who designed for Warners & Sons in the early 1900s. These designs have now inspired a range of soft furnishings and wallpaper.