Large Format Embroidery For Interiors

Embroidered Leather Sofas, photo from Hakkasan

Statement, large format embroidery for interiors can elevate a room and completely transform a space from simple to luxurious.  Our experienced team of expert embroiderers are on hand to transform your seemingly impossible ideas for interiors into reality, by pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved with digital embroidery. Previous projects range from delicate […]

Hawthorne & Heaney for Luke Edward Hall

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Hands up, who wants to live in a space like this?Luke Edward Hall If you are anything like us then you haven’t got enough hands to express that completely. This shot is from the cottage of Luke Edward Hall, artist and designer who curated this space in his destinctive style.  Hall graduated from Central Saint […]

Hawthorne & Heaney inspired by the Making Memory Exhibition

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At the start of last month, we posted a blog by our intern Kiah from her visit to the David Adjaye’s Making Memory Exhibition. Taking inspiration from this, she produced a series of drawings from the elements she found inspiring. With her drawing style being quite graphic, she favoured the staircase elements of Adjaye’s designs, […]

Hawthorne & Heaney on Ribbons

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When you think about personalisation, people usually associate it with garments, but it doesn’t have to be restricted to them. We recently did a project with a tablescape designer extrordinare Fiona Leahy  for the Aerin èclat de vert perfume launch dinner in  De Crillon in Paris. Stunning right?!?! (All above Images courtesy of Fiona Leahy […]

Hawthorne and Heaney Visits David Adjaye’s Making Memory Exhibition

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British based Architect of Ghanaian descent, Sir David Adjaye OBE, known for his beautifully and carefully thought out landmark structures within the architectural world, is showcasing his past, present and future work at The Design Museum. Adjaye’s international recognition comes from his ability to immerse himself and fully understand a culture’s past in order to […]

Hawthorne & Heaney for Luke Edward Hall

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This summer, we were lucky enough to be approach by the artist and interior designer; Luke Edward Hall in preparation for the opening of his summer shop in Belgravia. Illustration by Luke Edward Hall He wanted to have two chairs embroidered with one of his designs, so we took his illustration (above) and created it […]

Hawthorne & Heaney goes to Ocean Liners: Speed and Style

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Spanning across 8 rooms the V&A museum’s exhibition, Ocean Liners: Speed and Style, takes us back to an era of opulence and lifestyle travel. Walls painted in moody grey tones, wooden floors, all paired with ocean sounds create an atmosphere of warmth and comfort.   Starting off with a brief history of ocean liners and […]