Namay Samay is an artisanal fabric house to the interior design trade. We are a family business, founded in London in 2010 and operating from production facilities in Bengal and Bhutan.

At the heart of what we do is the love of craft and the creative process. Our fabrics are made by us in-house using a variety of core techniques that encompass weaving, printing and embroidery; these are supported by design, dying, washing, finishing and tailoring functions. The scope of the activities we are directly engaged in opens up a multitude of possibilities and helps make our fabrics distinctive.

Our aim is to develop fabrics that possess a character and warmth reminiscent of old textiles. Whilst our origins are in the traditional weaving heritage of the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, our techniques and aesthetic influences have expanded over time. We draw upon historical designs from around the world where we think there is an opportunity to use our methods to make something interesting and relevant.

Namay Samay is a superlative in the Bhutanese language literally meaning “beyond sky and beyond earth”.

Partnering with discerning brands to produce the highest quality textile.

Namay Samay

Namay Samay

Namay Samay is an artisanal fabric house to the interior design trade. We are a family business, founded in London in 2010 and operating from production facilities in Bengal and Bhutan.
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Susan Deliss

Susan Deliss

Richly inspired by many fruitful trips to Aleppo, Cairo, Genoa, Naples, Damascus, Avignon and Fez and working closely with highly specialist workshops, principally in England, Susan Deliss is dedicated to creating beautiful designs, inspired by her travels and the antiques she has collected.
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Rose Cumming

Rose Cumming

Rose Cumming is an iconic textile collection founded by a legendary interior designer. Rose founded her design firm and shop in New York’s Upper East Side in 1917 after moving to the USA from Australia.
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Classic Cloth

Classic Cloth

Classic Cloth began and remains, an in-house line of high-end designer basics. The wide array of elegant weaves has become an essential designer resource – a medley of supple, textured textiles, a full set of foundational basics, made in the best mills in the world.
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Howe at 36 Bourne Street

Howe at 36 Bourne Street

Christopher Howe’s original shop, HOWE at 36 Bourne Street, London is a small and surprising place to discover. Acquired by Christopher in 1986, the year he graduated from Goldsmith’s College, it originally served as both his workshop and living space.
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Mahala Textiles

Mahala Textiles

Global tales meet classic design at Mahala Textiles, where our inspiration is drawn from colour, pattern, antique textile documents, and worldwide travels.
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Boon & Up

Boon & Up

Boon & Up was born out of a desire to help the women weavers of the Dagaaba region in the far north of Ghana continue manufacturing their traditional handwoven cloth and to create employment opportunities in an impoverished part of the world.
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Carlos Garcia

Carlos Garcia

Recognised by House and Garden as one of UK’s Top100 interior designers, Carlos set up his practice in 2009 and during these years has been involved in a wide range of projects, from town houses to country houses.
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Nicole Fabre Designs

Nicole Fabre Designs

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