Friday Files – BOYAC Welcomes Six new International Textile Houses

Friday Files – BOYAC Welcomes Six new International Textile Houses

“We are very excited to have the opportunity to work with and promote six of the world’s most creative brands,” says Susanna de Vienne, Principal BOYAC.

Adding to our already fabulous selection of Textiles and Wall Coverings, this exciting group of new Textile Houses will without a doubt enhance our ever-changing perspective and style.

This new partnership will continue to enrich the Australian Market with a comprehensive range of wall coverings and textiles for all interior use. Not only have we built on our already renowned reputation we have also introduced a new outlook of style and sophistication, whilst continuing to push the boundaries within the design industry.

Be inspired by our new editions.


Bute is a contemporary fabric designer and manufacturer of wool and wool-rich upholstery fabrics, based on the isle of Bute, off the west coast of Scotland.


Fermoie is a premium British designer and printer of fabrics and accessories. Their fabrics are designed in house and are printed in their factory in England.


Trove is a design house started by Randall Buck and Jee Levin featuring modern photographic wall coverings located in New York City.


Pedroso & Osório was established in 1978 with the purpose of supplying fabrics for interior designers, shops and architects.


Barbara Osório Fabrics was launched in 2015, allowing them to further expand and reinforce their position in the international market.


MYB are known for their world-renowned madras & Nottingham Lace from Glasgow. They thrive as the last remaining mill in the area due to their passion for continuing the lace and madras production tradition with the aid of new forms of product development and innovation.

Stay tuned for Friday Files featuring these latest Boyac additions!