We were first introduced to Gayle Warwick’s work by Paul Craig, the photographer we work with on capturing our HM projects each month. Paul had been shooting for them the day before and shared some of the images and insight into the quality of the bed and table linen.
We’ve since used some of the Gayle Warwick table linen in our shoots (with clients later searching online to purchase said linen) and the quality is exceptional, truly.
This a company that stays faithful to its founding principles: thoughtful design, beautiful fabrics and hand craftsmanship.
Gayle Warwick have now launched a range of hand woven cashmere throws that are the very eptiome of winter luxury.
Scottish cashmere yarn is woven by hand by a young, London-based artisan. It took time to source the yarn, find a finisher, and most importantly, find a weaver who could create this exclusive collection.
But it was worth it – the results are bold, geometric patterned throws that are nuanced in colour and buttery-soft to touch.
Available in three colour ways, click here to see more. £2,800 each.
Gayle Warwick Cashlinen Collection offers a special blend of 63% cashmere and 37% linen offers warmth and softness: lightness and breathability.
£820 per throw and available in six colours. They have combined their cashlinen with a graphic linen contrast border creating twelve deliciously muted, earthy colour options. click here to see more.
Images kindly supplied by Gayle Warwick