This summer, British textile brand Tori Murphy turns five. Driven by the desire to create products with longevity and integrity, founder and designer Tori launched the brand with a commitment to designing and producing 100% British-made homewares. Five years on, Tori’s passion for English manufacturing continues as the brand grows.
Previously known for her subtle use of colour, Tori has reinterpreted her much-loved Chevy pattern in versatile cotton, scaling down and rotating the classic chevron and introducing a bright, bold palette reflecting her excitement at the brand’s growth and optimism for its future. Woven in Lancashire and finished in Yorkshire, Climbing Chevy - in a choice of radish red, rose pink and mustard - is perfectly showcased on new double-sided piped cushions, jewel-like trays and a partnership with English furniture manufacturer David Seyfried.
Launching at London Design Week at Chelsea Harbour, Tori will be speaking at the David Seyfried showroom on Tuesday 14th March at 11am and will be welcoming questions about the business and her plans for the next five years.