Suffolk designer branches out from historic restorations to fabric creations
PUBLISHED: 12:25 02 October 2018
An interior designer who has worked on some of Suffolk’s most historic buildings has launched her own fabric, which is inspired by her grand restoration projects.
Rosemary Cattee recently finished remodelling a 16th century Grade II listed property in Grundisburgh.
She also commissioned local upholsterers to make bed canopies for half tester beds and replica 17th century curtains with soft furnishings at Darsham House, near Saxmundham.
The 57-year-old runs her business, Rosemary Cattee Interior Design, from her home in Newbourne with her partner Richard Somerville.
She has just released her first product - a fabric collection ‘Newbourne Linen’ in a palette of muted shades.