Sofas & Stuff reveals exclusive new collection with the V&A

Gloucestershire art enthusiasts can get their hands on a brand-new range of designer sofas inspired by the archives of the world's leading art, design and performance museum, as bespoke furniture brand Sofas & Stuff reveals its new fabric collection created in collaboration with the V&A.

By Zoe Gater  |  Published
These fabrics join the first collaborative collection with the V&A, the Brompton Collection, which features textile patterns and an assortment of nature studies from the 16th to the 19th centuries.

British furniture brand, Sofas & Stuff, which opened a new showroom in Cheltenham back in 2022, has revealed an exclusive new 'Drawn from Nature' collection, created in collaboration with the prestigious Victoria & Albert Museum.

Brand-new for 2023, the collection takes inspiration from a mix of flora and fauna based on wall coverings, textiles and illustrations from the world-renowned V&A archives, as well as a selection of botanical woodblock prints from the Arts and Crafts era that have been re-imagined in 10 contemporary colourways, to bring nature indoors.

Midhurst two-seater sofa in Botanical Collage All Over.

Each of the designs is printed on natural linen and cotton fabrics, from the Helmsley three-seater sofa in Bird and Rabbit, which features a sweeping pattern with woodland animals amid scrolling foliage; to the bolder Midhurst two-seater sofa in Botanical Collage All Over, depicting fruit and vegetables drawn from the V&A's collection of botanical illustrations. 

Sofas & Stuff says the V&A collection is 'a joyful celebration of the natural world and how its beauty can be captured through quality interior design', providing home and art enthusiasts with fabrics that indulge their creative flair and add 'everlasting character' to any abode.

All the fabrics in the 'Drawn from Nature' collection can be used across any of the products in Sofas & Stuff's range of British handmade bespoke sofas, chairs, beds, footstools and cushions, or purchased as fabrics for curtains, blinds or other soft furnishing projects.

To see the latest collection, visit Sofas & Stuff on Portland Street in Cheltenham, or

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