Welcome to our colourful world, where exotic textiles from cultures around the globe mingle.

    Design Junkie explores exquisite markets in remote villages, in search of unique pieces celebrating the originality of each ancestral technique. For us, each piece is artistically expressive, it’s a story.

    Whether it’s Suzanis from Uzbekistan or India, baskets from Zimbabwe or Morocco, God’s eyes from Mexico, rugs from Peru, cushions from Turkey or fans from Ghana, we love the bold, the vivid and the energetic.

    Our philosophy embraces the distinctive cultures of our beautiful world, as well as preserve their traditional methods which have been handed down from generation to generation.

    We’re based in London, United Kingdom but open to the world through our website – please come and explore!

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    Add a Mexican flair to your home

    As a Latino living in northern Europe, I long for the balmy, tropical nights of Central and South America, spending hours on the veranda with friends and family, soaking in an…

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    PRINT & PATTERN TREND – Autumn Winter 2019

    Usually, at this time of year, a flush of crocuses and daffodils poke through, adding splashes of violet and sunblush all through London’s greenspaces. This year, it’s a blanket of white…

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    How to “boho-up” your outdoor space

    As summer settles in, you don’t want to waste an extra moment indoors – give me relaxing on your veranda or patio in the sunshine, spending time with friends and family during those warm summer nights every time. To…

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    Luxury hand-painted Wallpapers

    Always dreamt of living in a home surrounded by relaxing beauty? Peacocks on branches, stunning flowers and mystical landscapes created using our vivid imaginations. De Gournay is the place where your dreams…

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    Print & Pattern Trend – Spring Summer 2018

    Although Design Junkie’s roots celebrate traditional weaving techniques from cultures around the world, spotting new discoveries in the fast-moving design industry is also one of my favourite pastimes – what colours,…