Rich, unusual and luxurious - these are the hallmarks of the latest designer fabric range from the Fibre Naturelle fabric collections and which are now featuring on the popular online store Curtains Made Simple.
Already a byword for variety, the online store boasts some of this Dorset-based design house’s more innovative and unusually constructed materials. They are already proving extremely popular with interior designers and householders both at home and abroad, despite the brand’s relatively new appearance on the scene (not yet two decades).
“We’re proud to be able to make available to our customers readymade curtains and blinds online from this South East English design house’s impressive collection,” said a spokesperson for Curtains Made Simple.
“Everyone who comes into contact with these exquisite and incredibly tactile materials seems to fall for them the minute they touch them. There is definitely a high quality feel and look to them."
“The mix of crewel work, linen and silk in particular produce beautiful textures which are still strong and durable enough to be fashioned into upholstery, curtains, Roman blinds and a range of household accessories. The delicate look to many of the fabrics is extremely deceptive.”
Curtains Made Simple’s website is stocking examples of both patterned and plain fabrics from the Fibre Naturelle collections. The patterned selection from the design house includes the detailed and colourful Classic Crewels hand-crafted embroidered fabrics, the more contemporary and sumptuous Milano Fabric Collection with their deep colours and rich beautifully patterned velvet shades, and the glamorous and gutsy striped Art Deco New York collection.
For those who already have a bold look to their rooms and are looking for a more solid palette, the muted and soft velvet touch of the sophisticated Santa Cruz fabric collection could be an answer. The collections other ‘plain’ and ‘semi-plain’ ranges however are showstoppers in themselves such as the shimmering and eye-catching Vegas collection with its stand-out spectrum of warm and glistening colours and the incredibly bright, contemporary, colourful and soft Eden fabric collection (which washes like a dream - customers will be glad to hear).
Other ranges in the Fibre Naturelle collection definitely worth a mention are Mistral – a sensational light faux silk material in clashing colours which looks incredibly like the real thing thanks to the high grade yarn used in its construction, and the highly textured Aspen collection (which resembles linen in appearance) and comes in a beautiful lime green shade.
All of the Fibre Naturelle ranges can be fashioned into readymade curtains or Roman blinds, cushions, table clothes, napkins and other accessories by the online store’s seamstress team. Alternatively they can be sold by the metre for home sewing and decoration. More designer collections as well as information on how to order custom fabrics today can be found on the company website at Curtains Made Simple.
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.
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