Top 6 James Dunlop Curtain Fabrics - June 2020

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Top 6 James Dunlop Curtain Fabrics - June 2020

James Dunlop's Rhea Culliford has released her top 6 curtain fabrics from any of the James Dunlop brands.

We have collated them here for you to view.



1. KYOTO
100% Linen | 290cm wide | Yarn dyed
A firm favourite of the James Dunlop brand, Kyoto is a timeless linen quality which has been airo finished for a divine soft handle. Yarn-dyed to add depth and subtle texture through tonal colour. Available in 15 colourways including soft muted neutrals, natural linen tones and shades of blue.


2. MIRA
93% PL, 4%CO, 3%VI | 300cm wide
Finely textured and airy, Mira is created with three layers of woven yarn. The design is delicately coloured in soft greys, whites and neutral tones, with a simple stripe design balancing colour and construction.


3. COASTAL
100% PL | 320cm wide
Coastal adopts a colour palette of soft neutral tones to reflect the sand, stone and shells of the seaside. Constructed to replicate a slubbed linen aesthetic in 100% polyester yarn providing the added benefit of durability.

4. LEILA
100% LI | 138cm wide
A modern interpretation on the traditional floral. Leila resembles a soft watercolour, subtly layering floral motifs with background silhouettes. Coloured to reflect the fresh hues of spring and printed on 100% linen base cloth.


5. ILLUSION
100% PL | 290cm wide
Three layers of woven yarn create a soft and timeless construction. The illusion of a natural linen weave, surrounded by a fine voile gives a harmony between the layers, and a gentle flow to the fabric. The quality is 100% polyester with a certified AS1530.2 FR rating.


6. PACIFIC
69%PL, 20%LI, 11% VI | 297cm wide
Inspired by nature’s narrative; Pacific continues this established trend of bringing the outdoors in. Digitally printed, layered palm leaves create the base of the design while strong tonal hues gradually soften to form a gradient style print. A coastal palette reflects colours from the sea to the sand in four stunning colour ways.

 
Posted By The Curtain Guy - Jamie | 25th June 2020 | Comments 0
 

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