'Plantlife' - a beautiful, flowing design will bring a sense of lush botanic calm to your interior scheme. 

 

Available in Medium and small scale half drop repeat to suit your setting, pattern repeat is edge to edge on the cloth and has a 45x45cm square drop/width repeat (med), 22.5x22.5cm (sml) on the 135cm width base cloths.

 

Available on different base cloths:

Luxury Cotton Linen (LCL) - OEKO-TEX standard 100 certified, a white base giving prints a brighter, lighter colour profile. 135cm wide, 228gsm, 94% cotton, 6% linen with a pleasing textural slub to the weave. Suitable for curtains, blinds, cushions and other home soft furnishings.

Natural Luxury Cotton Linen (NLCL) - OEKO-TEX standard 100 certified, unbleached, soft oatmeal coloured base giving prints a soft, rich colour profile. 135cm wide, 228gsm, 94% cotton, 6% linen with a pleasing textural slub to the weave. Suitable for curtains, blinds, cushions and other home soft furnishings.

British Natural Linen (BNL) -  British Natural Linen is an exceptionally high-quality cotton linen blend that is woven in the UK. The rich unbleached base colour gives prints an intense, 'knocked-back' colour profile. 130cm wide, 60%cotton, 40% linen. As medium weight fabric, it is ideal for a wide range of soft furnishing and interior projects. Without any bleachers or optic whiteners, the British natural linen provides a natural print base that can provide striking contrast with printed areas. It has a slightly open weave yet is able to reproduce colour exceptionally well.

 

Please enquire for specifics to your project needs.

 

* Printed woven natural fibre fabrics may contain loose fibres and other imperfections characteristic of that particular fabric.

'Plantlife' - fabric

£65.00Price
Fabric
  • All fabrics can be washed on a delicate cycle at 30 degrees C.

    Wash products inside out wherever possible.

    Line dry/drip dry.

    Delicate tumble cycle/low heat.

    Iron on reverse side, medium heat using steam.

    Some minor shrinkage and colour fade is to be expected due to the nature of natural fibres and print techniques.