The warp of our Mourne Classic Curtain Fabric uses a mixture of different weight yarns unevenly threaded which gives a distinctive balance and texture to the material and allows it to hang with an elegant drape. The texture exudes warmth and light glows through the light weave and muted colour palette of ‘bawneen’ colours - the name of the undyed wool used to make waistcoats traditionally worn by labourers and fishermen. With its graceful drape Mourne Classic is equally suitable for couture use.
The Milano Rug defines our mid-century design heritage. It was first produced in 1951 when our founder Gerd Hay-Edie collaborated with furniture designer Robin Day on an installation for the Tiennale di Milano. The Milano Rug is handwoven using specialist techniques and combines three yarn types that create a unique surface texture.
Combining hand-selected fleece from local rare-breed sheep and traditional handweaving techniques, each of our Raw Fleece Wall Hangings is individually hand-woven and celebrates the natural tones and textures found in each unique fleece. Gradations of tone throughout the undyed fleece give wonderful depth of colour. Varying thicknesses within the hand-twisted fleece combine with speckly berber yarns and linen to create great textural interest.
Drawing inspiration from nature, woven on industrial looms almost a century old, Mourne Textile’s new range of luxury scarves keep cold at bay. They are crafted from materials such as Merino Wool, Cashmere, Mohair Loop, and Silk, in colours that include Indigo and textured Grey.
Our stylish range of placemats and coasters is made from our signature fabric Mourne Check, a truly timeless, classic mid-century design. The fabric interweaves a durable mix of wool, cotton and linen and is edged with a natural fringe.