However, the work is woolly in a literal sense: the centre has launched an online exhibition of works that pay homage to artists including Mark Rothko, Tracey Emin, Juan Miro and Piet Mondrian created from, you guessed it, wool.
The show has been curated by Karina Garrick, and features products including rugs, carpets and lampshades, represented as different artworks.
The pieces online aim to show users where in the centre they can find these woollen products – pulling the wool from their eyes, as it were – and has been created to help the cause of The Campaign for Wool.
The campaign was launched in 2010 with the aim of promoting the material, looking to “unite the international community of wool growers, manufacturers, retailers and wool lovers”, we’re told.
Design Centre Chelsea Harbour says: “Some [pieces] are displayed in bands of block colour or as collections of different narratives; every one shows the quality and versatility of wool.
“Soft textures and bright tones throughout are reflective of how wool offers incredible choice, not necessarily in a traditional way.”
Among the works on show at those celebrating the “Design Centre sheep”, while others depict art gallery guards.
Click here to view the gallery www.onewool.com, which is online until 12 October