The integration of textiles is imperative for any designer who hopes to have a cohesive interior scheme. Upholstery, soft furnishings, and bedlinens have the capacity to soften the harsh lines and sharp edges of FF&E thus creating spaces fit enough for human occupancy. But what happens when fabric becomes the focal point? The artwork that the whole room centres around?


The following hospitality designers have explored just that; delegating whole walls to the textile and surface pattern design talents of makers far and wide, whether that be in Bedrooms and Bathrooms, Lobbies and Public Areas or Bars and Restaurants.


From traditionally made hanging headboards to giant crochet backdrops, this week’s line-up has all the information and inspiration you’ll need to include woven and wefted design elements in your next project.


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01 | American Trade Hotel, Panama.

02 | Ace Hotel Brooklyn, USA.

03 | Le Grand Mazarin, France.

04 | The Hoxton Barcelona, Spain.

05 | W Suzhou, China.