The Headboard Workshop with Susi Bellamy

Send us any Susi Bellamy fabric for your new headboard or bed.

 

For an elegant, eclectic, luxurious and colourful fabric for your bed or headboard, Susi Bellamy has the perfect thing.

Inspired by artistic Italy, Susi Bellamy creates vibrant, colourful interiors based on original and unique artwork painted in the studio, and hand marbled paper designs using traditional techniques. Her artwork is inspired by her great love of colour, her background as a fashion editor and her time working and living in Florence. 

About Susi Bellamy … 

Susi’s designs feature rich texture and subtle mark making created in Susi’s paintings and papers are digitally transferred to luxurious velvet, crisp cotton, natural linen and silk as well as to wallpaper. This high quality printing process harnesses the rich texture of the artwork onto the surface and emphasises the dynamism and depth of her designs.

Susi Bellamy’s collection is made in England from start to finish using the highest quality materials. Each design punctuates any interior with flashes of visual impact in a range of colour combinations. The designs work in conjunction with each other to create a maximalist explosion of colour, or individually as a statement piece to add a striking colour accent to any room. Their combination of uniqueness, colour and vibrancy will impact any interior in the same way as a piece of artwork… perfect for a statement bed or hotel style headboard.

How To Order

Step 1 - Place your headboard order

Before you purchase or ask Susi Bellamy to send us any fabric on your behalf, for your new bed or headboard, please place your order with us first. 

Susi and her team will need to know your six digit unique Headboard Workshop order number.

 

Step 2 - Order Fabric

Place your fabric order directly with Susi Bellamy

Step 3 - Send us your fabric

If you have asked Susi Bellamy to post us your material on your behalf, they will do that.

If you have asked Susi to send the material to you first, please forward your fabric to us at:

The Headboard Workshop

Units 10-11 St Davids Industrial Estate

Blackwood

NP12 3SW

PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR ORDER NUMBER!

Step 4 - We Start Making

We will confirm with you that your fabric has arrived and we will get making!

For full details on how to order, expand the tabs below for advice and specifications.

Ordering your perfect headboard or bed in one of Susi’s fabrics is simple.

First choose your bed size and navigate to the product that you would like to buy in the size you need.

Use our website to choose your desired options for your headboard and select ‘Customer’s Own Material’ from the list of fabrics available.

Checkout and pay for your headboard/bed and note down your unique six digit order number.  You will need to include this number on your parcel when you send in your material to us.

ALWAYS ensure your order is placed with The Headboard Workshop before you send us your material.

Use the next tab to understand how to calculate how much fabric you will need to supply.  Give us a call on 01291 628216 if you get stuck.

 

 

How much material should I send for my new headboard?

Every size and style of headboard requires a different quantity of material.

We include a model specific fabric requirement on each and every headboard and bed on our website for easy reference.

To find the amount you’ll need, first navigate to the size and style of headboard you’d like to purchase.

You’ll find on that page a banner that looks like this near to the images of the product:

If you click on the + sign of the blue bar entitled Customer’s Own Material, it will open out to give the information for that model, like so:

The text that is visible when you do this will also ask for extra material if:

  • You have a directional fabric (patterned) –  we will need one or more extra ‘pattern repeats’ depending on the model.
  • You wish to have a pillowstop – extra material is needed for this.
  • You wish to supply a different colour material for contrast piping (on piped models only)

So, what do all these things mean?

What is a pattern repeat?

When material is printed, it is printed with a pattern repeat along the length of the roll.  The vertical pattern repeat relates to the distance between where the pattern starts, ends and appears again.

If your chosen material has a pattern repeat of 4 cm, for example, and we ask for 1 extra pattern repeat, we would need an extra 4 cm to be able to join the patterns correctly.

Similarly, if your pattern repeat is 68 cm and 1 extra pattern repeat is needed, we would need an extra 68 cm.

On a bed, we may need up to 5 pattern repeats and therefore, a fabric with a large pattern repeat can work out to be an expensive and wasteful choice.

What is a ‘directional pattern’?

A directional pattern has a clear top and a bottom to it.  A good example of this is a tree pattern – you would normally always want for the tree to be upright on your headboard.  If we were to use the fabric on its side to avoid joins/seams then your trees would be sideways – hardly ideal!

A good example of a non directional pattern may be a dot or spot that has no clear top or bottom and so the fabric could easily be run sideways to avoid joins.

Extra care should be taken when considering stripes.  A striped pattern could be run directionally OR from side to side and you’ll be asked to confirm which way you intend stripe to run.

We will contact you when we receive your material at our workshop to confirm your pattern direction for fabrics which could be run both ways to ask your preference.

My headboard will be wider than my material – how will that work?

There will be 2 joins about a hands width in from the outer edge of your headboard on the front facing panel.  Our expert seamstress, Kerry-Ann will Pattern match your material carefully so that the join is as discreet as possible.

Can I have a patterned fabric but run it on it’s side?

You can decide which way you want your pattern to run.

Some patterns do not have a definitive top or bottom to them, so, the choice is yours alone.

We do not recommend using a pattern that has a very definite top and bottom in the wrong orientation.

Where/how should I send my material to you?

Before you send us your material, please help us by putting your order on.  This is important because it generates a unique six digit code for your order which we use as an identifier.  We ask that this number accompanies your material to our workshop either on the material itself (post it note or sticky label) or on the outside of your package.

It helps us enormously if you can also:

  • Attach your name.
  • Attach your order reference number, which you will receive via email after placing your order.
  • Indicate the correct side of the fabric.

And finally, the address you need to send your fabric to is;

The Headboard Workshop Ltd,
Units 10-11 St David’s Industrial Estate,
Pengam,
Blackwood,
NP12 3SW.

Will you confirm you have received my fabric?

Yes, we will.  We will also return any usable left over material to you with your headboard delivery if there is any.

Can Susi Bellamy send my material to you directly on my behalf?

Yes.  This is fine and happens all the time.  Please ask Susi’s office to label the material package with your surname and order number as above.  Fabrics may require an FR interliner for use on a headboard or bed, ottoman or chair (Valances and scatter cushions are exempt).

 

What do I need to tell you about my material?

If you wish to chat with us about the suitability of your material or have any queries about the quantity needed, we may ask you the following in order to help you:

  • The size and model of headboard that you are considering
  • The pattern name and colourway of the material
  • The material composition (for fire retardancy purposes)
  • The material width
  • The vertical pattern repeat (of patterned)

Better still, if you can provide us with a website link to your chosen fabric, we are very happy to have a look.  We can then tell you exactly how much you will need to send us.

In order to make your fabric comply with fire regulations, all fabrics are required to meet legal fire regulations.

If an interliner is required:

Interliners are charged at the following prices, depending on size.

 

 

 

Single, Small Double and Double Headboards £49
Kingsize, Super King and Emperor Headboards £69
Single, Small Double and Double WINGED Headboards £59
Kingsize, Super King, Emperor WINGED Headboards £79
Single, Small Double and Double Bed Bases £79
Kingsize, Super King and Emperor Bed Bases £99
Single, Small Double and Double Fully Upholstered Bed £129
Kingsize, Super King, Emperor Fully Upholstered Bed £169

 

If back coating is required we charge this treatment at £15 per full metre plus £30 towards registered carriage to and from the treatment facility.