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Hospitality

Tactile fabrics carefully curated to enrich your hospitality interior.

At Bute Fabrics, we pride ourselves on our skill and attention to detail throughout the many stages of production involved in creating our woven fabrics. From beautiful wool drapery, luxurious silk/wools, traditional tartans and textured bouclés, our versatile range of textiles have been carefully curated to complement one another through clever use of colour, texture & subtle pattern.

In consultation with our clients, we create mood boards using their design precedents, colour & trend references, alongside fabric references from both our extensive archive and contemporary stock collection. This process creates an outline for the direction of the project and gives us an insight into the resulting ambience of the space our client wants to achieve.

We can then offer solutions from our wide range of stocked fabrics or suggest custom options exclusively tailored to the projects requirements; working tirelessly in partnership with our clients to ensure the fabric selection for their interior will enhance and enrich the hospitality experience. In addition to our versatile range of fabrics, we offer an elegant collection of soft accessories which add a touch of warmth and sense of comfort to hotel rooms and social spaces.

Our natural fibre rich textiles reflect our focus on sustainability, environmental impact and product life cycle, whilst offering many benefits to the interior environment including resistance to water and soil which is perfect for high traffic areas found in hospitality settings.

All of our fabrics are tested to meet the highest standards for contract use.

New Collection : Mercury

18.05.20

Studio Insight : Bute Fabrics

22.04.20

Studio Insight : Tom Dixon Studio

14.04.20

Studio Insight : David Irwin Design Studio

02.09.19

Studio Insight : Hello Colour

07.08.19

Farrow & Ball Colour Event

28.06.19

Bute Fabrics Production Developments

04.01.19

Andreu Carulla

07.09.18