Suits and bowlers hats are the order of the day here, as this intricate moquette was commonplace on Metropolitan line trains with compartments in the 1950s. It was also used in the prototype trains which would eventually become the blueprint for the 1962 tube stock. This swirling design of red and green was designed by Richard Eatough and Jack Thompson and is also known as Trilobite. This is one of our fabrics which could be mistaken for being anything but a transport moquette, but its roots are firmly in the capital’s Underground system. Available in a variety of product lines.
Cushions are a great way to show off your transport fascination in a really subtle way. We stock a variety of styles to add a touch of nostalgia to any home colour scheme - and being cushions, when you change your room, you can change your cushions! Our home furnishings are beautifully finished with high quality zips and intricate stitching to stand the test of time. Available with a duck feather or hollowfibre inner. The cushions are 40cm x 40cm.