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Fabric retailer Curtains Made Simple is delighted to announce a range of striking and eclectic Andrew Martin fabrics as the latest on-trend collection to add to their already extensive online store selection.
The e-commerce site stocks quality and popular fabrics from some of the best known names in the UK and international interior design field. Customers can order the fabric of their choice to fashion into curtains, Roman blinds, cushions, seat covers and a whole range of home ware accessories. Alternatively they can order it to be especially custom-made from Curtains Made Simple’s own team of seamstresses.
The Andrew Martin fabric range, which is available now, includes some of the London designer’s best-known and loved examples such as the vibrant and vintage compass fabric collection with its nod to ethnic culture, the colourful coast range (the highlight of which has to be the amazing matchbox print) and the quirky South American-influenced Orinoco fabrics.
“Andrew Martin’s love of fusing the designs of various cultures and generations to come up with his own unique eclectic fabrics and prints will add vibrancy and life to any room in which they find themselves placed,” said a spokesperson for Curtains Made Simple.
“We’re delighted to be able to stock the collections of one of the UK’s most popular interior designers. Andrew Martin is known for his love of travel and escapism from day to day life and you can see both themes reflected in these collections.
“We’re sure many of our customers will be over the moon to know they can now buy Andrew Martin fabrics, curtains and Roman blinds from us which are ready to hang the moment they arrive at their home.”
Andrew Martin, who has been described as The Indiana Jones of Interior Design, manages to bring elegance to the combination of influences which sets his work in an ‘upmarket’ bracket yet still proves affordable to high street shoppers. His customers, like the variety in his collections, are a mix of all sectors of society.
His Beatles fabric collection includes a print of the Fab 4 themselves and will appeal to both an older and younger generation as well as those who admire a ‘funky contemporary touch’ mixed in with traditional design. The Lombard collection, on the other hand, is a self-consciously smart set of linens, wools and weaves which wouldn’t look out of place in a stately home or similar classical setting. In a complete deviation in style, the eye-catching saffron yellow and orange brick colours of the Discovery Plain fabric collection are a nod to South Asian art of the 18th century.
About Curtains Made Simple:
Curtains Made Simple is a made to order soft furnishings company with easy to use online ordering for curtains, roman blinds, cut length fabric, cushions, pelmets, bedspreads / throws, duvets covers, bean bags, tablecloths, curtain valances and fabric samples.
Curtains Made Simple has over 10,000 fabrics to choose from including fabric from Cath Kidston, IKEA, Cabbages & Roses, Susie Watson, Kate Forman, Linens from Ada & Ina, Vanessa Arbuthnott, Clarke & Clarke, Prestigious Textiles, Scandinavian Fabric Co, Ashley Wilde, Kai, Ian Mankin, Emily Burningham, Ian Mankin and Volga Linen.
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