Custom Orders


Limited Editions

Our 'Artisan Linen' collection of couture cushions are created in our signature neutral palette of natural oatmeal and classic pristine white. The traditional oatmeal shade is a combination of the unbleached raw colour of the flax plant on the weft intertwined with white yarn on the warp, resulting in an extraordinarily beautiful mottled effect.  The texture is exquisite and the tone wonderfully complimentary with most interiors. These fabrics are always available. We also make limited edition small batches and one-of-a kind versions of these designs in vintage Irish Linens (including darker natural shade, peaches and greys) and well as in antique French silks from the 'Marche du Puce' in Paris in an exquisite array of peaches, taupes, creams, ballet pinks and champagne gold . 

Wholesale prices are available in oatmeal and white Irish linens. 


Bespoke Quilts

Each quilt is custom made to order and the expected lead time is 4-6 weeks. We make crib, single, queen, king or a custom size per client request, prices will vary depending on size, intricacy of design and fabric. Our designs will be scaled proportionally and may vary from the representative photos.  Please contact the studio directly to open a dialogue -


Interior Designers

If you are an interior designer please get in touch with us via to see if we can meet your specific requirements or source something special for your project.





Legal Disclaimer

All products are 'Katie Larmour Design' creations.  The items have been constructed using various elements including vintage and antique designer scarves.  They have been made using what we believe to be authentic designer fabrics. The cushions are not made by the individual designer brand names the silks are attributed to and we are not affiliated with these brands. In a world of throw away fashions we cherish the old are rare and appreciate exceptional quality. By presenting vintage and antique scarves in a 'cushion frame' we are preserving, restoring and fortifying the delicate textile through layers of backing, the stitching can be reversed and one can request to purchase the scarf in a wall frame as an alternative option.