Cloth House was set up in 1984 and is now in its twentieth year. Cloth House fabrics come from around the world although the main influences are European. They travel to many countries to source these fabrics, which enables them to supply many specialist fabrics which are not available elsewhere. In the shops you can find many innovative fabrics from around the world including metal fabrics, paper/cotton, reflective material and latex rubber.
Venue Details & Map
47 Berwick StreetLondonW1F 8SJ
- +44 (0)20 7437 5155
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Top 4 reviews of Cloth House
I'm not quite sure how a fabric shop can manage to be a little bit hipster, in a twee kind of way, but this place does.
Berwick street is teaming with fabric shops, and this one definitely has a good range. Mostly natural fabrics, and delicious trims.
You will want all of them, but, you quite possibly won't be able to afford all of them. This place is pretty expensive, it's really great for... more
Next to the mother Cloth House based at 98 Berwick Street, more towards Oxford Street you will find all the cottons and weave of Cloth House 47. The shop is fresh and bright and always has an original display.
Unlike to the other Cloth House on Berwick street, there I am always nicely welcomed. Of course the prices are nothing comparable what you could bargain for in Shepherds Bush. However,... more
I was incredibly surprised upon walking into this amazing shop.
Cloth House seems to have anything and everything a budding (or professional) creative, and the selection had me pointing at everything with thoughts of my becoming Martha Stewart.
The layout is comforting and easy to understand. If any of you have been to a shop hunting for buttons, lace, cloth, string, ribbons, etc you will... more
This place is so quaint - just looking from the outside, you don't think a fabric store could ever be this lovely, this darling, this sweet... if you have any remote interest in fabric, you know you have to go in.
Inside are hardwood floors that look like they've been there forever, and on the wall to your right are trims and buttons that look like they could be pieces of artwork... ribbons... more