In 1999, Lee & Emma Clarke founded what was to become one of the global leaders in the home furnishing market.
As with many of the high-quality fabric manufacturers in the UK, Clarke & Clarke distribute to over 90 countries and is a highly sought after designer for very good reason. Designer curtains in Leeds made from Clarke & Clarke fabric will bring style to any design concept.
The company now distributes products to retailers, manufacturers and interiors designers in over 90 countries and has earned a reputation for providing innovative designs, exceptional quality and excellent value for money.
Clarke & Clarke was acquired by Walker Greenbank plc in 2016, and is proud to join forces with the groups other brands; Zoffany, Sanderson, Morris & Co., Harlequin, Scion and Anthology.
Head office is located in Haslingden, Lancashire and incorporates over 7,000m2 of warehouse space and houses fully automated technology, ensuring high quality standards, efficiency and supreme standards of service. The site comprises integrated modern offices and a brand-new showroom which showcases its comprehensive range of furnishing fabrics, wallpapers, cushions, readymade curtains and bedding. Based in a converted old church in Cheshire, the design studio is home to our talented team of 7 designers, surrounded by walls decorated with art, mood boards, travel pictures and fashion photography providing the inspiration for collections.
The company markets its products under two brands; Clarke & Clarke, which is transitional in style, targets the mid to upper end of the interiors sector and brings inspirational design from the catwalk to the home. Studio G (link to website), launched in 2016, is aimed at the mid sector of the market; lively, fashionable and accessible, appealing to aspirational and fashion aware consumers. Collections are launched twice a year under both brands, Spring/Summer & Autumn/Winter. In addition, C&C Contract collections are specially produced for the contract and hospitality markets, bringing a fashion-forward look to commercial spaces around the world.