The Pike Blog

2020 Hindsight

Caroline Adams, Sales & Marketing Manager

It has been much discussed socially, professionally and politically, but who expected a year like this? Through the whole of lockdown, Pike Textiles stayed open, never missing a day of despatching and fulfilling fabric and wallpaper cuttings orders.

Pike Textiles is declared a “Covid-19 Secure Workplace”

Jon Allen, Managing Director

Like many manufacturing businesses, when the lockdown struck in March, most of our colleagues went on furlough with a core crew keeping our pattern book operation running and sending out our daily fabric and wallpaper fulfilment samples.

Minimising Environmental Impact

Caroline Adams, Sales & Marketing Manager

Along with Fake News and Brexit, the Environment is a massive news story and now more than ever, individuals and businesses alike are committing to doing everything they can to minimise environmental impact.

Wallpaper Samples

Caroline Adams, Sales & Marketing Manager

Pike Textiles are delighted to offer cost-effective four colour printing on the back of your wallpaper samples. We can print a room shot image, inspiring the customer with how to use your designs, or a flat shot image, giving a clear vibrant impression of the full pattern repeat.

Cuttings and Fulfilment – Growth in online orders

Caroline Adams, Sales & Marketing Manager

Times are changing in retail. The diminishing High Street is a sad sight in many towns, but online sales are soaring. Soft furnishings and upholstered furniture are two verticals experiencing growth in web-based sales.

Cuttings growing fast

Caroline Adams, Sales & Marketing Manager

It has been a busy year for Pike Textiles, not just with fabric pattern books, fabric hangers and wallpaper books, but fabric samples, wallpaper swatches and the fulfilment of these products are growing fast.

Fenland Business Awards 2017

Caroline Adams, Sales & Marketing Manager

It is an exciting week at Pike Textiles’ HQ this week.  We are proud finalists in the Fenland Business Awards … and the judges are visiting us this week.

A modern way to display fabrics

Caroline Adams, Sales & Marketing Manager

Fabric hangers have long had their place in retail environments working alongside patterns books in stores.  Traditionally a hanger would contain a ‘main drop’ (large piece) of a fabric which would be complimented by a waterfall of other colourways.