For over 160 years Edmund Bell has been a leading and trusted supplier to the global soft furnishings market, and experts in flame retardant fabrics. Offering curtain linings, interlinings, blackout fabrics, decorative light control (blackout, dimout, sheers), print fabrics and woven & upholstery fabrics as well as workroom accessories and technical support to designers, specifiers and contractors in the commercial, institutional and domestic sectors. We are happy to serve the UK and over 80 export markets with quality, stylish, innovative and durable products and technical excellence.

Our flame retardant contract fabric collections.

From our decorated blackouts & dimouts to delightful prints created by Edmund Bell designers


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Our bespoke design and contract print solutions.


Browse our workroom linings and products.

From our vast collection of linings to all the essential curtain making accessories & hardware.


The World of Edmund Bell

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More visitors, more opportunities; best Heimtextil yet

  Edmund Bell have just returned from their latest appearance at the Heimtextil international trade fair. Having supported the exhibition for over twenty years, it has been a key part of the company’s consistent export sales growth. This was their tenth attendance in a row under the current ownership of the Atherton family; and the […]

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MATRIX: new woven range

Unpretentious, casual and suitably modern; MATRIX defines easy to use window treatments. A single drape weave that can work independently or mix and match cleverly with other colours.     MATRIX is versatile enough for wide width curtains as well as base valences and the regular mix of interior accessories, and proves that technical finesse can […]

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Beautiful BLUSH

This has to be the colour of the last year and still trending in 2019!     Wikipedia says Blush is a medium bright tone of red-violet. The first written use of blush as a colour name in English was in 1590. The colour blush represents live theatre because it is a color often used for […]

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Bespoke design & contract print solutions

Why not have a unique pattern for your project by taking advantage of our service. Simply send us your design - or let us create one for you - and we’ll print it onto your choice of base fabric.

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