Interior - versatile and innovative.
With a wealth of experience, talent and versatility, the interiors offering from Scotland is going from strength to strength. With innovative manufacturing techniques, Scotland's designers are renowned for their capability to take century's old techniques for producing luxury fabrics, and fuse with cutting-edge design to give any interior project a touch of couture.
A legacy in lace
Morton Young and Borland Ltd was founded in 1900 in Ayrshire, Scotland, exclusively manufacturing Scottish Leno Gauze weave, later known as Scottish Madras.
Soon after, in 1913, the company invested in Nottingham Lace Looms to offer a larger variety of products to its clients and to bring Lace making to Scotland.
MYB Textiles is now the only producer in the world manufacturing with original Nottingham Lace Looms, which run at a very slow, controlled pace - to give a high level of quality.
Lace is available in a number of qualities: 8, 10, 12 and 14 point lace - the higher this figure, the more delicate the lace.
Andrew Muirhead & Son has been producing high performance leather since 1840.
160 airlines - including Virgin Atlantic (pictured) - and aircraft manufacturers choose Muirhead Leather for their aircraft interiors.
Today they export to over 60 countries, and are renowned for their quality, service and environmental awareness. They are the only UK seating leather manufacturer and the world's largest supplier of leather to the global aviation industry.
Clients include: Lamborghini, Singapore Airlines, The Ozone Bar in Hong Kong, Hilton Hotels, P&O Cruise Liners, National Museum of Scotland, The UK Supreme Court, Hakkasan restaurant in Mayfair, and the Arsenal Emirates Stadium.