A Distinguished British Manufacturer Of Custom Jacquard Fabrics

Combining historical expertise with innovative weaving techniques to produce impeccable fabric design. 

Custom Fabric Design at Humphries Weaving

Humphries Weaving is a leading British manufacturer of custom Jacquard fabrics. The team has a comprehensive knowledge of quality fabric manufacture, having created sumptuous modern and heritage work that embodies excellent craftsmanship, the world over.

Working with the deepest respect for its ancient trade, Humphries Weaving combines historical knowledge with innovative weaving techniques of today to produce impeccable fabric for Royal residences, historic properties and luxury private homes.

About Us

Our Work

View the extensive collection of projects we have worked on

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Strawberry Hill, Great Bedchamber Ref 2108A
Castletown Cox, Saloon Ref 1682
Hopetoun House, Yellow Drawing Room Ref 857
Holkham Hall, Saloon Chairs Ref 1626
Kedleston Hall, Drawing Room Ref 1313
Nostell Priory, Tapestry Room Ref 2045
St Giles House, North Drawing Room into South Drawing Room Ref 2307
Norfolk House V&A Ref 1703
Goldsmiths' Company Sofa Ref 2351
Cumberland Suite Moire
Hampton Court Palace, The Cumberland Art Gallery Ref 2398
Lady Londonderry Sitting Room Ref 2391
Stowe House Blue Drawing Room

Our People

Our exceptional team of designers are trained, precise and practical. Working under the established leadership of Richard Humphries, we create sumptuous textures with inspired designs for the most discerning of clients.


Fabric Types

We create plain, striped and figured fabrics in stock shades and custom colours of silk, cotton and mixed fibres. With an understanding of woven cloth and its applications that has spanned centuries, we undertake the design and construction of the most outstanding historical and contemporary fabrics.


Our Services

Our services not only include the creative and technical aspects of woven design development but also encompass advice and support to each client in relation to the research of textiles and colour, throughout their individual project.