The above images shows our hard-wearing Strathspey Tweed ‘Fada’ laid as carpet for a customers’ study room.
This useful small two seat sofa covered in our Strathspey Tweed ‘Canisp’ is available to purchase in our onsite shop. The cushion cover shows our Rothes Tartan, designed and woven at Knockando to an order from Rothes village council. Lengths of this tweed have been bought by customers and made into extremely smart kilts!
This one-off piece has been covered with our Strathspey tweed 'Ben Aden', decorated with cream piping. It was upholstered by Raymond Mackenzie in Lyanbryde.
A rare glimpse of the Mill house staircase covered in our Strathspey tweed ‘Bannoch’. Leading up to our design room and office, the fabric has stood the test of time and still looks as good as the day it was laid in 2012, when the site was restored.
Offering a classic country home finish our Strathspey tweed also looks great as curtains. These hang in our visitor centre and act as a divide between our office and shop. At 680/700gms per metre the cloth provides a luxurious drape, blocks out the harshest of light and is guaranteed to keep the heat in on colder days.
Looking for something more contemporary? Our range of limited edition herringbone cloth consists of three, fresh colours for summer. Each is mixed with a classic grey creating a soft and modern look. At 700gms per metre this fabric matches the robustness of our Strathspey Tweed and is equally practical for upholstery, curtains and carpet.
LIMITED EDITION CLOTH
Here we have two sofas upholstered in the Tulchan Tartan which was designed and woven for Tulchan Estate by the Mill. These sofas add warmth and colour to one of the estate’s fishing huts located on the picturesque banks of the River Spey.
We hope to have stimulated your imagination with these photographs, taken from a selection of customers’ ideas for fulfilling the potential of our unique and hardwearing cloth.