Florals, stripes, leaves, scrolls, geometrics, or textures - this is where you can make your own personal statement and a true reflection of yourself. Consider the space you are decorating - living, bedroom, dining – it can be as bold or subdued as you like. It is also where you can add tremendous value to your home and create that ‘wow factor’.
There are several different types of fabric, all of which are suitable for use in the home for different reasons. Fabrics fall into varying categories, and you will find yourself deciding on design, colour or application, depending on where the fabric will be used. Below is a guide to the different types of fabric which are available, and how they can best be used.
Jacquard is a form of loom weaving where each warp thread is raised independently. As a result, there is an extremely high level of pattern control, which leads to a wide selection of stunning fabrics.
Woven patterns lift a room and allow you to make a statement. The designs cover the full spectrum of style and colour options. Woven jacquards are likely to feature more than one colour, and this can allow you to use these multiple colours across the rest of your home décor.
A great way to add pattern is to use a decorative fabric in your pelmet, tie backs or cushions and choose the plain coordinate fabric from the collection in your drapes.