Sibella Court Nostalgia Collection

Sibella Court – Nostalgia Print Collection

Sibella Court is now amongst Materialised’s premium designers with her NOSTALGIA furnishing textile and wall covering print collection. The range is steeped in her memories of spending a decade living in New York City, a time dreaming up magical sets for magazine photoshoots, ads and catalogues. We are proud to be the new home for … continue reading

Three Birds Renovations, House 12

What To Consider When Designing Custom Bench Seats

Bench seats are always a big feature in Three Birds Renovations designs and no wonder, being perfect for lounging, dining and big family gatherings. We had the pleasure of working with them on House 11, helping to ‘Hamptonise’ a family home with a variety of Florence Broadhurst furnishing textiles for upholstery, bedhead and cushions. A … continue reading

Kangaroo Paws & Pot of Gold, Sparkling, Patricia Braune

Patricia Braune Capturing Our Iconic Australian Spirit

Enamoured by Patricia Braune’s whimsical hand-drawn illustrations, we are proud to welcome her into the Materialised family. Here are some words by Patricia to introduce her new collection to you… Inspired by the gratitude I feel to be able to live in such an amazing country, I felt compelled to create an Australian Collection. I see beauty … continue reading

Grace Garrett Explores Coastal Colours

My new collection exploring the coast and its colours!  ‘Coastal Indulgence’ celebrates biomorphic forms and patterns that are a symbolic reference to contoured, patterned, textured forms that we see in our coastal environment and sea life. Driftwood, sand dunes, gulls, coral, waves… Biomorphic forms and patterns have been proven to reduce stress due to induced … continue reading

WeaveUp Design Showcase: Organic Beauty

This WeaveUp Design Showcase is all about the warmth and comfort of earthy, terracotta tones, with soft curves inspired by nature. Bring warm and earthy elements to a room by using harvested materials like rattan and wicker in fixtures and furniture, and dry foliage such as grasses as décor. The WeaveUp prints we have chosen … continue reading

Antimicrobial cubicle screens

Antimicrobial Cubicle Screens

Infection control has always been a big issue, especially in healthcare facilities, and never more so than now! These invisible-to-the-naked-eye life forms are very invasive and very easily passed from person to person. Hospital cubicle screens and other furnishing textiles are prime suspects in cross infection, due to being prone to frequent touching. Our collection … continue reading

Modern Minimalism, WeaveUp

WeaveUp Design Showcase: Modern Minimalist

‘Modern Minimalist’ refers to an interior design trend and lifestyle that favours simple forms and a monochrome palette, creating a tranquil feel within a space. It is all about the purity and simplicity of shapes, forms and colour. A clean, uncluttered aesthetic where everything is intentional. This interior style tends to be high-end as it … continue reading


Environmentally Intelligent Crypton And The F Word

Fluorine is a natural element on the periodic table. It isn’t anything new, but it has been in the news because it’s controversial. It’s used in many of the products we use many times a day – from toothpaste to clothing, cookware to smartphones – because it delivers the superior performance consumers demand. Crypton Fabric … continue reading

WeaveUp Design Showcase - A Dive Into Summer

WeaveUp Design Showcase: A Dive Into Summer

For our second WeaveUp Design Showcase we were inspired by Pantone Colour of The Year 2020, Classic Blue (PANTONE 19-4052 TCX) Images of this beautiful hue were saved to our pin board, evoking deep waters and endless summer skies. The theme was broadened to include different shades of blue ranging from ocean indigo to crystal-clear … continue reading

Max Hamilton in studio

New Art! Q&A With Artist Max Hamilton from MH Design

Max Hamilton from MH Design is one of our exciting newest featured artists. Her illustrations are printed onto our fabric for acoustic and non-acoustic art as well as wall panelling. She uses mainly watercolours and pencils and takes her inspiration from Australian wildlife. The first collection consists of 13 artworks of beautiful detailed botanics, which can be … continue reading