Sofas & Stuff collaborates with the Royal Horticultural Society

Bespoke British furniture and fabric brand Sofas & Stuff has announced details of its third fabric collection created in collaboration with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), launching at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

The RHS Botanicals collection takes inspiration from the rich history of botanical exploration, reflecting humanity’s fascination with plants. 

Drawing upon the extensive archives of the RHS Lindley Collections, RHS Botanicals presents a captivating journey through time, paying homage to centuries of botanical history. Together the fabric designs serve as an ode to the beauty and diversity of botanical specimens throughout the ages. 

The collaborative partnership will bring fascinating elements of the RHS archive to the interiors space, adapting original artworks into seven unique fabric designs that can be used across the full Sofas & Stuff range of British handmade bespoke sofas, chairs, beds, footstools, and cushions – or purchased as fabrics for curtains and blinds or other soft furnishing projects. 

Fabrics designs include Pieter Van Kouwenhoorn Tulips, Plantae Japonicae, Henry Moon Lion’s Tail, Mark Catesby Grosbeak, Foliage, Ferns Toile and Palm Leaf which each reflect a distinct narrative from the RHS Lindley Collections. 

The collection will launch at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show at Stand 615 (Soane House) and will be available to purchase exclusively through Sofas & Stuff, both online and in their 23 showrooms, including their new King’s Road showroom. 

Cathy Snow, Licensing Manager, RHS, says: “This is British craftsmanship of the highest quality, skilfully combining works from our own collection of superb botanical art with beautiful fabrics and furniture. Sofas & Stuff are true experts in making and upholstering bespoke sofas, chairs, beds and sofa beds, and these exciting new fabric designs are a delight.” 

Andrew Cussins, Founder of Sofas & Stuff, states: “We are thrilled to launch RHS Botanicals, our third exclusive fabric collection created in partnership with RHS. Each fabric tells a unique and authentic story about humanity’s enduring connection with nature. We look forward to unveiling our new collection at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and welcome everyone to experience it firsthand.” 

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