It’s officially time for roaring log fires, snug-as-a-bug cashmere throws and toe-warming hot water bottles – all creature comforts for autumn.
If you’re looking for fabrics with a distinct country feel, look no further than the delightful new collection by Emily Bond (link to email bond section of website) featuring a selection of veggie patch favourites. The Beetroot, Artichoke and Leek designs are available by the metre. The screen-printed designs are backed and trimmed using complementary coloured linen – we love the beetroot design in the very on-trend shade of rich plum priced at £48.00 per metre.
Linwood launches new fabric range
Linwood has launched a beautiful new fabric range in 100 per cent Shetland wool at this year’s Decorex show in London.
The Drummond collection features a mix of classic checks and stripes in a range of timeless and pretty colourways, including pinks, lilacs and blues.
The versatile designs can be used on upholstery, loose covers, curtaining and bedspreads, and would work equally well in both contemporary and traditional homes. The fabrics are made in England, and cost from £69.90 per metre.
Please contact us for further details and samples!
We love the colours of autumn and feel these three fabrics from St Jude’s represent the season perfectly.
Hedgerow by Angie Lewin is a three-colour design screen printed in the UK onto a heavyweight oyster linen union – perfect for curtains, loose covers and upholstery. We think it looks great in orange and blue.
Nature Table again by Angie Lewin takes us back to childhood walks through the woods collecting feathers, autumn leaves and other keepsakes.
This relatively new Colourdrome design is the first collaborative textile by printmakers Peter and Linda Green. It’s a quirky design and looks great as curtains, blinds and cushion covers.
All three fabrics are priced at £54.00 per metre.