Camira is a global textile innovator based in the UK who design and manufacture fabrics for a huge range of commercial interiors. We manufacture 8 million metres of fabric a year selling to 70 countries worldwide. We’re recognised for designing and manufacturing the most innovative, adventurous, environmentally sensitive fabrics in the world. Camira is trusted, specified and chosen by the word’s top furniture manufacturers, interior specifiers and end-users.
The company is forever pushing the boundaries of sustainable design. We spin and dye yarn, grow bast fibre crops to blend with wool, and weave on over 100 dobby, jacquard and plush looms to create beautiful fabrics which bring colour, design and personality to interior schemes.
Camira is the name behind industry leading textile innovations such as fabrics made from harvested nettles, commercially grown hemp, jute from recycled coffee sacks, and intimate blends of wool and flax. Recycled polyesters go beyond post-consumer and post-industrial PET, to include “closed loop” recycled polyester derived from the company’s own yarn and selvedge waste. Some fabric ranges include up to 75 colourways and all textiles are designed with interior coordination and harmony in mind, so it’s fun to mix and match across different collections.
The company was originally founded in 1974 as Camborne Fabrics, acquired by US modular flooring company Interface Inc in 1997, and Camira was borne out of a management buy-out in April 2006, taking the company back into private ownership.
Camira has been independently recognised for outstanding product innovation and environmental stewardship, gaining Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Sustainable Development and Innovation.