In the days when Standard was called Second Class, Network SouthEast introduced a fresh look to its trains between London and Clacton with a striking blue, black and orange moquette. Far from being second class, it provided a calming sea of blues with a sharp and vivid flash of colour. The enormous Network SouthEast franchise introduced one of the most loved external liveries of all. The mix of red, white and blue was iconic - and looked equally great on a brand new commuter multiple unit or an Isle of Wight ‘tube’ train dating back to the 1930s. Interiors had a touch of class with horizontal lines all the way, with a brown design in First Class, which we also stock. You may also know this design as ‘Jaffa Cake’ for obvious reasons! These exact trains - and this moquette - ended their days working on Regional Railways services out of Manchester. Both are available in a variety of product lines.
Perhaps the most rewarding projects are the ones you design and complete yourself. We sell moquette off the roll, by the linear metre, for your own upholstery and handicraft endeavours. Whether you fancy a set of 4 dining chairs in District, a footstool in Straub or even a car interior in bygone Bournemouth, we have rolls of moquette to choose from. Top tip: Moquette looks great when mounted and framed too. 125cm wide sold by the metre, delivered as a continuous length.