During The London Design Festival 2011, Liberty featured the collection in the store’s Great Marlborough St Window Gallery: a ‘moth-trail’ bursting out from a vintage armchair upholstered in TB’s Liberty Bell fabric, suggesting flight up to the home furnishings department on the 4th floor.
The 'Liberty Bell' fabric, wallpaper, cushion & lampshade collection was created by Timorous Beasties exclusively for Liberty London.
Brinton's First Weave
Timorous Beasties/Brintons first collaboration, from 2007, is a collection of exquisite, large-scale, directional carpets creating unparalleled beauty in flooring space.
Brinton's Craigend Collection
Craigend is Timorous Beasties’ third collection with Brintons, manufacturers of high-quality wool carpets.
Philip Treacy celebrates the humorous mixed with the unexpected, always with a nod to history.
Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Opened in 1889, The Scottish National Portrait Gallery, designed by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson, is one of Edinburgh’s most outstanding buildings.