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Established in 1970 by Tricia Guild, Designers Guild designs and wholesales furnishing fabrics, wallcoverings, upholstery and bed and bath collections worldwide.
The company is headed and owned by brother and sister, Tricia Guild, Founder and Creative Director, and Simon Jeffreys, Group Chief Executive. The Designers Guild business philosophy is to combine creativity and innovation with the highest levels of quality: quality of design, product, service and people.
"We believe in quality of design, product and service combined with a committed and motivated team"
The Designers Guild Group employs over 280 people in the UK and overseas offices in Munich and Paris. 250 are in the UK, with a store and showrooms in Kings Road and Marylebone High Street, London, a 80,000 sq ft distribution centre and 16,000 sq ft purpose built head office, both in West London.
All sales networks are supported by a fully computerised customer service facility and B2B website which handles over 1000 orders, deals with queries and provides full technical information.
Linked to this are stock control and purchasing systems which process over 2 million metres of fabric and wallpaper a year.
Rapid deliveries are guaranteed through a network of couriers and orders can be despatched anywhere in the UK, Europe and worldwide within 24 hours.
The management of the Company flows from a corporate strategy, using planning, communication and information management systems. The Designers Guild philosophy includes equity participation and communication at all levels of the Group and the Company enjoys tremendous commitment from its staff, who are aware and kept informed of strategic developments and performance.
Turnover has grown rapidly over the past 20 years to over £55 million selling to interior designers, department stores, retailers and the hotel and contract market.
The single largest market is the UK. Sales overseas are through local Designers Guild operating centres in France, Germany and Italy and agents & distributors in the rest of Europe and world–wide.
Of total sales, over 60% is overseas, with Designers Guild represented in over 60 countries. There are Designers Guild showrooms in Paris and Munich with further Designers Guild areas in over 60 showrooms across the world including all of Europe to New York, LA, Tokyo and Sydney.
“A key requirement in our philosophy of quality in terms of design, product, service and people is our aspiration to trade with an ethical and moral way throughout our business”
We have an aspiration and a commitment to trade ethically throughout our business, and as examples of this we have the following strategies in place:
We are committed to reviewing our supply chain, from the initiation of product through to the disposal of our packaging material, in a way that enhances the environment for our suppliers, and our customers wherever possible.
All our people are tasked with dealing ethically with everyone they meet in an honest, open and collaborative fashion. Secondly like our suppliers we source products from around the world but only deal with suppliers who have a similar ethical ethos. We visit every supplier and take a great deal of time inspecting their base of operations, their work force and their manufacturing processes. We subscribe to SEDEX and all suppliers that we deal with where relevant are registered with SEDEX. As well as inspecting all manufacturing sources at the outset, we regularly revisit.
We favour larger mills that are able to support proper working conditions and we ensure there is no child labour or any other unacceptable exploitation.
The majority of our products, particularly fabrics and papers are made from natural fibres and are recyclable. We recently introduced a fully upcycled cotton yarn collection, one of the first in the industry, which utilises no hydrocarbons in the manufacture. From a safety perspective, our suppliers accord with COSHH regulations and we source ethical alternatives to an extensive list of banned chemicals. This commitment extends to effluent control directives and the full life cycle of resources.
Our Head Office and Distribution and Logistics Centre are designed to be as energy efficient as possible using natural light and low energy lighting options.
We have introduced state of the art recycling equipment in accordance with Pure Planet Recycling, so that all cardboard and paper packaging is compacted and recycled, all plastic is separately recycled and all wooden pallets etc. are also separately recycled. All waste produced is turned in to a solid fuel, RDF.
All computer equipment is recycled, as are all redundant mobile phones through a charity.
All scrap fabric is donated to various children's charities, for example Children's Scrap Project. All remnants and end of line fabrics are upcycled.
Our largest contribution has been supporting Oxfam in the building of a school in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Extensive investment is made each year in new product. The studio, headed by Tricia Guild, has produced designs from such diverse inspiration as Eastern decorative art, Italian architecture and classical documents.
Tricia Guild has written fifteen inspirational books on the subject of colour and design, from soft furnishings to flowers, gardens and city living. In 1989 Tricia Guild was awarded the Textile Institute′s Gold Medal for Design Contribution and in 1994 Designers Guild was a winner of the European Community Design Prize.
The Designers Guild range currently has nearly 9,000 fabrics and 2,000 wallpapers including printed floral and geometric fabrics; plains, checks and stripes, jacquards, tapestries, silks, velvets, trimmings and children's collections. The highest qualities of cloth are sourced; from combed Egyptian cottons and Scottish linen unions to Swiss woven damasks. Printers and engravers use state of the art technology and strict quality control systems are applied both in-house and at our suppliers.
As well as the Designers Guild principal collections, there are six different subdivisions that are designed to appeal to more specific customers:
An extraordinary collection of thousands of plain and semi plain fabrics that span a variety of textures and uses - plain cottons, linens, silks, velvets, satins as well as wide width sheers and high tech fabrics that are suitable for every eventuality.
A growing division of DG, Unlimited celebrates designs for the young and young at heart – edgy, graphic, colourful and fashionable, these products have an unmistakeable modern edge in true DG style.
Gorgeous collections for children of all ages – fun motifs, educational themes and a wide colour palette make them a destination for nurseries, bedrooms and play rooms everywhere.
In 2008 Designers Guild launched a new brand The Royal Collection of Fabrics and Wallcoverings, on behalf of the Royal Household, which is a series of collections inspired by the interiors of the Royal residences, including Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle and the first licensing agreement of its kind. A second collection was launched in September 2009 including a brand new collection of tie–backs and trimmings and a third collection followed in 2010 Campanula.
In 2001 the company substantially increased its fabric and wallpaper division to incorporate William Yeoward Fabric followed by wallpaper in 2002 and continues to launch regular collections under this brand.
In 2011 Designers Guild launched the first collection for the iconic international luxury brand Christian Lacroix under license to Designers Guild – Arles prints and weaves and accessories went live at Maison et Objet in Paris January 2011
Designers Guild is also the exclusive distributor in Europe of Ralph Lauren Fabrics and wallcoverings.
An exclusive range of contemporary upholstered furniture designed in the Designers Guild studio. The pieces are manufactured to high standards in the UK and Italy and distributed throughout Europe and in many of our overseas markets. Two models launched in Autumn 05: The Sketch and Easy Chair were designed by British designer Rock Galpin for Designers Guild and won the 2005 Laurent Perrier Design award. They were followed by the Festival and Hayward furniture in autumn 08 and in autumn 09 the Orbit and Domino designs. Spring 2010 saw the furniture profile significantly expanded with 5 brand new models – the Gibson, Cosmopolitan, Julep. Soho and Brooklyn and the Spin followed in Spring 2011.
Designers Guild offers an ever expanding collection of rugs, cushions, blankets, throws, quilts, towels, bags and home fragrance with every collection launch, offering superb quality, beautiful design and the very best materials with an extensive colour palette.
The Designers Guild Bed and Bath range of printed, woven, embroidered and appliqued bedlinen is made from finest 100% pure cotton and is complemented by a range of pure cotton towels, wool and cotton blankets and quilts. This division was launched in January 1995 and products are available through leading stores and retailers and through the online shop.
Retail showrooms are on the Kings Road and Marylebone High Street in London and act as a showcase where fabric and wallpaper collections are shown alongside bed and bath, fragrant home, upholstery and many imaginative accessories and innovative one-off pieces.
In 2008 we launched the UK online shop, offering bedlinen and a selection of home accessories-cushions, blankets, throws and rugs. Early 2009 saw the launch of Designers Guild Inc to handle the bed, bath and accessory division in the USA and a USA online shop. From that date, the full range of Designers Guild bedlinen and home accessories were available to buy and could be delivered anywhere in the USA for the first time.
In addition to the Bed and Bath collection, the Designers Guild Licensing Division deals with a variety of top quality companies to manufacture additional ranges of household products including tablelinen and china, a paint range of 154 exciting paint colours and an extensive range of accessories that are all designed in our studio. In 2004 the Fragrant Home collection of scented candles, room sprays, and bath and body lotions was launched and continues every season.
William Yeoward is one of London's leading creative forces, with an international reputation as a style maker, retailer and designer of truly beautiful products for the home including furniture, crystal, lighting and accessories. He has designed fabric and wallpaper collections for Designers Guild since 1998, the most recent of which depict his enduring and obvious passion both for the quintessential British countryside and snapshots and inspirations from his addictive love of travel. His colour palette builds on his love of chic navy, denim and sky blue through to poppy red and flame and include rich damson, plum, and neutral tones too.
For over five hundred years the Kings and Queens of England have collected art and objets d'art. Many of these items exist today as part of the Royal Collection and the Royal Archives. Some of these collections are held by the Sovereign in trust for the nation, whilst others are privately owned by the monarch.
Established in 1987, the Royal Collection Trust is a department of the Royal Household. It is responsible for the care of the Royal Collection. It is the only association run by the Royal Family for the Queen's official palaces and residences. Designers Guild is the exclusive licensee to the Royal Collection Trust for furnishing, fabrics and wall coverings worldwide, and was delighted to be appointed as the only official partner to the Royal Collection and the Royal Palaces in 2007.
For several years Designers Guild have been granted access to the extensive archive of historic fabrics, and we have also carefully studied the interiors of Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and St James's Palace. Tricia Guild and her design team have created cohesive collections of sophisticated fabrics that, whilst being classically inspired by the royal palaces, have a relevance to today's world and how we live.
In 2011 Designers Guild launched Christian Lacroix Maison - a superb range of fabric and wallpaper collections, as well as home accessories designed by the iconic fashion brand for Designers Guild. These collections celebrate the inspiration, rich heritage and the creative integrity so integral with the House of Lacroix brand. Whether inspired by the city of Arles, couture gowns or the Toreador, every fabric, wallpaper and accessory tells a unique story.
For 30 years, Ralph Lauren has cultivated the American dream into a global lifestyle. Whether it is a reflection of the New England Coast, Native American culture, or Hollywood glamour, the world of Ralph Lauren embodies an expression of a timeless style that is both recognized and coveted. The collections feature the finest materials and highest quality, creating luxurious products. These all possess the timeless style and exceptional quality which Ralph Lauren has come to represent.
Angles, Moonshine, Rough Diamond, Doubleglaze.
Natural Classics, Anemone, Cotton Twist.
Chintz Classics, Trees, Blossom, Gardenia, Textures, Flowers.
Wildflower, Howard Hodgkin, Ornamental Garden, Watergarden, Waterleaf.
Filigree, Spring Flower, Plains, Grandiflora, Gesso.
Maypole, Tapisserie, Tapestry Leaves, Cassia, Damas Fleuri, Filigrana.
Oriental Flowers, Impressions du Midi, Castellane, Il Veneto, Vicenza, Torcello.
First Designers Guild Kid's Collection launched - 'Merry-go-Round'
Summer House, Passariano, Bokhara, Kashgar, Astrakhan.
Mardi Gras, Marquetry, Abracadabra, Pergamena, Chazelles, Tarsus, Nantua, Cartiglio, Cushma Trimmings, Vinchina Cushions, Firefly.
First Trimmings Collection launched - 'Cushma'
Still Life, The Melon Patch, Harvest, Orissa, Jalna, Japonica, Katibo, Tindall, Amhara.
First Upholstery Collection launched.
Santa Margherita, Mahé, Puntino, Kusumam, Jalapuri, Lalitha, Kalamkari.
Toy Box, Gouache, Phulkari, Sujani, Kaffe's Pots and new upholstery.
Mei P'ing, Milford, Tullow, Tirupati, Sakumari, Saffa, Kashipur, Orientalis, Jhati, Tianjun.
Isika, Hopscotch, Pushpa, Dalton, Marquetry II, Brera, Oola, Karahana, Artemisia, Palazzo, Ryoshi, Diagonale, Palatino, Borghese, Vercelli.
Salsa, Granita, Bakhia, Ottavia, Emerson, Arklow, Patadar, Allerby, Rajkot, Tamarind, Ashrafi,Nyamati, Jalaja.
Tiddlywink, Damascena, Solferino, Manjeri, Bergamo, Candassa, Tassi, Tafta, Mandriola, Torridon.
Paint collection launched.
Quanjin, Broadcloth, Kells, Passiflora, Kutru Trimmings, Peshkir, Canareggio, Batiste, Orani, Velluto, Veryan.
Personal Organisers collection launched.
La Désirade Fabrics and Wallpapers, Bindi, Cats Chorus, Mistral, Brera, Kepala Fabrics and Wallpapers, Makasar, Fiesole, Parioli, Serang.
New Designers Guild luggage range launched.
New Carpet range launched.
Mail order catalogue At Home launched.
Emily Todhunter brand launched Tuileries Fabrics and Wallpapers.
Pontalba Fabrics and Wallpapers, Izapa, Estrêla, On Your Marks, Zandanechi Prints, Colour Book Wallpapers, Cozenza silks, Nurata weaves.
New furniture designs launched.
William Yeoward brand launched Notebook fabrics.
Two new mail order catalogues At Home and Designers Guild Kids.
New carpets and tufted rugs.
Cristobal Fabrics and Wallpapers, Habanera, Tejeda, Over the Moon, Inessa, Pavlovsk, Trezzini.
William Yeoward Fabric & Wallpaper second collection Sketchbook.
Imari, Shibori Weaves, Masuda Weaves, Mezzola Stripe, China Rose, Saraceno, Shibori Wallpaper, Rosalina
Mirabeau, Rousillon, Veran, Bokashi Outdoor, Hide&Seek, Companions, Chinon, Naturally, New Paint Collection, Rugs, Amaranth, Ombrione, Coromandel, Varese, Mezzola Twill and Tweed. Arezzo Wallpaper, Mantova, Mezzola Maggiore, Breganze
Fragrant Home collection launched with three scents: First flower, Green Fig and Waterleaf.
Cherry Orchard Fabric and Wallpaper, Cherry Orchard Braids, Merindol Weaves, Banon Printed Stripes, Mezzola Bellusco, Cabannes Outdoor
Samarkand Prints, Brocatelle Weaves, Bukhara Flock Prints, Ruzzini, Focsari Silks, Bukhara Flock Prints, Callian Fabrics and Wallpaper, Pallanza Textured Plains and Bukhara Wallpapers.
New Fragrant Home products: Shanghai Rose and Summer Vine.
Gran Paradiso prints, Panama Wallcoverings, Arlanza weaves, Najasa wide-width Linens and Silks, Catalan, Portobello, Etoile, Conway and Brera II.
Sarafan Prints and Wallcoverings, Coromandel Wallcoverings, Anastasia, Monplaisir Weaves, Mezzola Repino, Indian Summer Archive Collection, William Yeoward Ranakpur Collection.Designers Guild Essentials division launched - Fabric and Wallpaper Collections featuring plain and semi-plain designs in a broad colour palette.
Oriental Garden prints and wallcoverings, Kibushi Weaves, Kashima.
Essentials: Shima, Hoxton, Rossano, Ribera, Ferrara Trevira CS Weaves, Kaya. Amalienborg Prints & Wallcoverings, Quarenghi weaves, Taillandier Silks, Kasimir Weaves, Mezzola/Mezzola Lusso Faux Suede, Brescia, Bamberg.
Limited edition candles Peony and Limeflower, Capucheen and GuirlandeLimited edition candles Peony and Limeflower, Capucheen and Guirlande.
Florimund Prints and Wallcoverings, Racine Velvets, Correze Sheers, Roquelaire Silks, Arzino Taffetas, Tsuga Essentials (new Colourways), Satinato Essentials, Primrose Hill Prints and Wallpapers, Orsetti Trimmings, William Yeoward Delacroix Collection.
Arabella Prints and Wallcoverings, Monteverdi Velvets, Ariana Silks, Alisede wide-width Sheers, Ruggiero Plain Velvets, Chambord Silks, and Milano Trevira CS weaves which significantly expands the company's contract offerings.
Festival and Hayward Furniture Models launched.
Giacosa candle launched.
The Royal Collection of Fabrics and Wallcoverings launched, produced and distributed worldwide on behalf of the British Royal Household and inspired by the Royal Palaces, with worldwide launch events at the Queens Gallery Buckingham Palace in the Ambassadors residence, the British Embassy Paris - Copyrighted 'Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II'.
Whitewell Prints and Wallcoverings, Tsuga Wallcoverings, Adelphi Silks, Maitland Weaves, Manhattan Prints, Rinzu, new Orsetti Trimmings, Bilbao and Bassano Essentials. William Yeoward Aurelie. Darly Prints and Wallpapers, Roumier Weaves, Valadier Silks, Quinto Weaves
Designers Guild Essentials: Cali, Cascina, Black and White Essentials and Carlu Wallpapers.
The second Royal Collection Fabrics and Wallpapers Collection - 'Savigny'.
The launch of a new FR collection 'Santiago'.
New USA online shop website launched.
New Furniture models launched - the Orbit and Domino.
New larger three wick candle 'Darly' is added to the Fragrant Home range.
Pavilion Prints, Nabucco Wallcoverings, Cassan Weaves, Nantucket Weaves, Barcelona Prints, Tiana Outdoor.
Designers Guild Essentials Collections: Brera Alta, Brera Lino, Kellas and Tiber. Nash Grasscloth Wallpapers, William Yeoward's Aranjasa.
Zephirine Prints, Zephirine Wallcoverings, Bernardini Weaves, Trevelyan Silks, Cecilia Trevira.
Moray Essentials, Brenan Essentials, Arno Essentials, Nabucco Essentials, Royal Collection Fabrics and Wallpapers 'Campanula'.
New Furniture Models launched at Maison et Objet in Paris: The Julep, Cosmopolitan, Gibson, Soho and Brooklyn.
Tricia Guild publishes new book, 15th to date A Certain Style (Autumn 2010) in 7 languages.
Sofienberg Prints and Linneaus Wallcoverings, Borgholm Weaves, Trasimeno Weaves, Lauzon wide-width Sheers.
Designers Guild Unlimited Collections: Miami Prints, Deltona Weaves and Oxbridge Wallcoverings.
Designers Guild Essentials: Brera Rigato, Allia, Salso, Piave and Mezzola (Relaunched with new Colourways).
New Designers Guild Kids Collection: 'Around the World' Prints and Wallpapers.
William Yeoward Polperro Collection of Fabrics and Wallpapers.
The iconic international luxury brand Christian Lacroix launches its first Collection for the Home under license to Designers Guild – 'Arles' Prints, Weaves and Accessories.
Launch of Howard Hodgkin Collection with four Designs and Accessories.
Designers Guild: Kimono Blossom Prints, Kasuri Wallcoverings, Perreau Weaves and Mazan wide-width Linens.
Designers Guild Unlimited: Country Prints, Havana Prints, Brera Wallcoverings and Fleuve Taffetas.
Designers Guild Essentials: Brera Quadretto, Tickings, Salerno and Aviano.
Five new Furniture Models launched: Ellipse, Button, Stitch, Flute and Harper.
William Yeoward launches two new Collections: Exmere and Manton, as well as new accessories.
Christian Lacroix Maison for Designers Guild launches 'Air de Paris' Fabrics, Wallpapers and Accessories.
New 'The Royal Collection' accessories added to the range for Spring 2012, including a special cushion to commemorate the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
Pavonia Prints and Castellani Wallcoverings, Castellani Weaves, Moselle Weaves, Designers Guild Essentials: Torgiano, Chinon, Sicilia and Arizona.
The Royal Collection Fabrics and Wallpapers: Elizabeth.
New accessories for Christian Lacroix Maison.
Designers Guild: Seraphina Prints, Contarini Wallcoverings, Padua Weaves, Savine wide-width Linens and Canossa Trevira.
Designers Guild Unlimited: Lavandou Prints.
Designers Guild Essentials: Iona, Sloane & Cara.
William Yeoward launches two new Collections: Astasia Prints and Monsoreto Weaves, as well as new Accessories.
Christian Lacroix Maison for Designers Guild launches fabrics, wallpapers and Accessories "Carnets Andalous".
Astrkahan Prints and Silks, Alexandria Wallpapers, Savine Wallcoverings, Zambetti Weaves, Zetani Taffetas.
Essentials Collections – Morvern, Bressia, Cassia, Mezzola Alta
For Designers Guild: Kaori and Amlapura Prints, Savio Weaves, Moselle Vegetale Weaves, Surabaya Wallpapers, Saraille wide-width Linens.
Essentials: Naturally V, Naturally VI, Brera Lino, Bolsena and Lucente FR.
For Christian Lacroix Maison: Belle Rives Fabrics, Wallpapers and Accessories.
Designers Guild Autumn/Winter 2014: Madhuri Prints, Borati Weaves, Indupala Silks, Amaya wide-width Linens, Sukumala non-woven Wallpaper, Palasini Vinyl Wallpaper.
Designers Guild Autumn/Winter 2014 Essentials: Mesilla, Kalahari, Ishida, Satinato II, FR Aquarelle.
The Royal Collection: St James's Fabric Collection.
William Yeoward: Marlena, Alberesque, Library Fabric Collection and Accessories.
Christian Lacroix Maison: new Accessories.
Tricia Guild founded Designers Guild, whilst searching for textiles to decorate with.
By recolouring a collection of Indian hand-blocked printed textiles, the first collection was born.
The store on the King's Road opened with the first collection of fabrics, also selling ceramics & furniture. It was more than just a store. It was an environment and a concept.
Tricia Guild started working with artists such as Kaffe Fassett, Lilian Delavoryas, Janice Tchalenko and others.
Tricia Guild's first book is published - 'Soft Furnishings'.
Tricia Guild's brother Simon Jeffreys, who has a degree in Business Studies and Chartered Accountancy, joined the company in partnership with Tricia Guild as Chief Executive from the corporate finance division of international consultants Coopers and Lybrand (later PwC).
Tricia Guild worked with Howard Hodgkin on the celebrated enormous tulip fabrics 'Large Flowers'
Tricia Guild's second book is published – ‘Designing with Flowers
Tricia Guild's third book is published – 'Design and Detail'
The first Designers Guild office outside London opened in Munich.
The launch of the very first Designers Guild Kid's collection, one of the first companies to design a collection exclusively for children's rooms - 'Merry-go-Round'
Tricia Guild is awarded with the 'Textile Institute Gold Medal' for her outstanding contribution to International Textiles, U.K.
Tricia Guild's fourth book is published – 'Design a Garden'
While the U.K. was in recession, Designers Guild focused on expanding overseas.
Tricia Guild's fifth book is published – 'New Soft Furnishings'
The company is awarded the Queen's Award for Export Achievement.
The first trimmings collection is launched with ‘Cushma’
The company is recognised and awarded with 'The Export Award for Smaller Businesses'
The first upholstery collection is launched.
Tricia Guild's sixth book is published – 'Tricia Guild on Colour'
Tricia Guild is awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal College of Art, London, as well as an Honorary Master of Arts Degree from Winchester School of Art, U.K.
A new Head Office in Olaf Street, London opened.
The Paris Office and showroom opened.
Designers Guild is a winner of the European Community Design prize.
Tricia Guild's seventh book is published – 'Tricia Guild's Painted Country'
The launch of the Bed & Bath Division with a range of bedlinen, blankets and towels, recognised with the award 'Excellence de la Maison' for bedlinen, by Marie Claire Maison Magazine, France.
The company is awarded the Queen's Award for Export Achievement.
A new 66,000 sq ft Production and Distribution Centre in West London opens.
Tricia Guild's eighth book is published – 'Tricia Guild in Town'.
The expansion of the flagship showrooms in London, which sell a total DG look with a Showroom devoted entirely to fabrics, wallcoverings, furniture & paint and the Homestore offering a dynamic and constantly changing range of essential items for the modern home from furniture, bedlinen and bath accessories to ceramics and kitchenware.
The licensing division has become a growing part of the business: varying from upholstered furniture, a range of bedlinen, towels, blankets, rugs, personal organisers, luggage, carpets, giftwrap and other paper products to an expanding collection of DG paint, all in perfect harmony with the fabric and wallpaper.
A softer more muted colour palette was introduced.
The company is awarded the Home Tex Design Award, U.S.A.
The Milan Office opens.
Tricia Guild's ninth book is published – 'Cut Flowers'
The launch of the first Designers Guild paint collection.
Tricia Guild is awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Technology, from Loughborough University, U.K.
Tricia Guild's tenth book is published – 'White Hot'.
The William Yeoward brand is added to the company’s portfolio with the 'Notebook' fabric collection
Tricia Guild's eleventh book is published - 'Think Pink'.
Designers Guild is recognised with the Elle Decoration International Design Award for Best Fabric, Italy.
Elle Decoration USA award the company with Elle Decoration Best Wallpaper.
The company moves to brand new purpose built Headquarters in London, W10.
The launch of the first Designers Guild rug collection, which is added to each season with new designs
Tricia Guild's twelfth book is published – 'Private View'
The Fragrant Home collection launches with three scents: First Flower, Green Fig and Waterleaf
The creation of Designers Guild Essentials division comprising hundreds of plain and semi-plain fabric and wallpaper collections in a broad colour palette
Tricia Guild's thirteenth book is published – 'Pattern'
The Homes & Gardens Classic Design Award - Lifetime Achievement is awarded to Tricia Guild.
The Paris showroom expands with a dedicated space for brands as well as Designers Guild collections.
The launch of the Milano Trevira CS weaves significantly expands the company’s contract offer.
The Festival and Hayward furniture models launched.
Tricia Guild's fourteenth book is published – 'Flowers'
The Royal Collection of fabrics and wallcoverings launches - produced and distributed worldwide on behalf of the British Royal Household and inspired by the Royal Palaces - copyrighted 'Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II'
International launch events take place for The Royal Collection - held at the Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace and the Ambassador's residence at the British Embassy, Paris
Tricia Guild is awarded the O.B.E from the Queen for 'Services to Interior Design'
The launch of the brand new UK website and online bed and bath shop – the full Designers Guild lifestyle is available to buy online within the U.K.
Designers Guild is awarded 22nd place in the Sunday Times PricewaterhouseCoopers Profit Track 100, of Britain's fastest growing privately owned firms.
Collaboration with Laduree Paris with three specially designed DG boxes for their famous macaroons.
Designers Guild is awarded the Microsoft prize for best use of technology.
The new Munich Showroom opens in the heart of the city.
Designers Guild is awarded a place for the second year running in the PricewaterhouseCoopers Profit track 100, for Britain's fastest growing privately owned firms.
New furniture models are added to the growing furniture range – the Orbit and Domino
The launch of Designers Guild Inc to handle the bed, bath and accessory division in the U.S.A.
The new USA online store launches, offering the full range of Designers Guild bedlinen and home accessories online throughout the U.S.A.
Portier wallpaper is awarded Best Wallpaper by the UK Homes & Gardens Fabric Awards.
Designers Guild is awarded the accolade 'Best British Brand' by Elle Decoration U.K.
Tricia Guild's fifteenth book is published – 'A Certain Style'
New furniture models launch - The Julep, Cosmopolitan, Gibson, Soho and Brooklyn.
The first Homestore outside of the King's Road opens on Marylebone High Street in April 2010
Designers Guild is awarded for the second year running 'Best British Brand' by Readers of Elle Decoration, U.K.
Designers Guild voted 'Best British Brand' for the second consecutive year by readers of Elle Decoration UK.
The launch of the iconic international luxury brand Christian Lacroix Maison with its first collection for the home under license to Designers Guild - 'Arles' fabrics and wallpapers, followed by home accessories in Autumn 2011.
The Spin sofa and chair are added to Designers Guild's extensive furniture portfolio.
The launch of Howard Hodgkin collection with four designs and accessories.
Christian Lacroix 'Vuelta' design from the 'Arles' collection is awarded 'Best Fabric' at the Elle Decoration International Design Awards (EDIDAs)
Five new furniture models are added to the range: Ellipse, Button, Stitch, Flute and Harper.
A special cushion is designed to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
Designers Guild for the Table launches with a collection of contemporary tableware all uniquely designed by Tricia Guild.
Tricia Guild publishes new book, her 16th to date 'Colour Deconstructed', in 9 languages.
The launch of Designers Guild's Blog
Designers Guild is on Social Media through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
A brand new 80,000 sq ft logistics and distribution warehouse opens in West London.
An upgraded and highly functional website is launched.
A new paint range is launched with a collection of 154 colours.
Designers Guild exhibits for the first time at Design Junction, London.
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