This gorgeous, on trend poppy upholstery fabric by Swaffer is a fashionable way to update your favourite armchair, and is perfect for tailored loose covers. Large floral motifs were in evidence on the Catwalk this spring and the 1950's inspired theme looks set to continue.
This attractive neutral jacquard upholstery fabric has an exotic feel, invoking the patterns of far flung cultures and giving the gentle hue of the base fabric a more striking ambience. Zari is perfect for re-upholstery, and as shown, looks gorgeous with magenta toned accessories.
Titian Damask is a beautiful golden furnishing fabric which looks sophisticated in loose covers or upholstery. It is a subtle yet interesting material, with an intricate pattern that follows a new path on the traditional Persian design. You can get matching curtains and blinds, or perhaps a footstool in the same fabric.
Windsor, shown here in Ruby, is a rich, opulent fabric designed for loose covers. The subtle, monochromatic pattern of the weave makes it an ideal colour for mixing and matching; as shown here with striped cushions, that provide pattern and contrasting colours whilst marrying in the burgundy with co-ordinating stripes.
The soft, gentle texture of this Chelsea Velvet fabric (shown in teal) is a real delight. Elegant and luxurious, the fabric is versatile enough to be used in loose covers or re-upholstery. It also comes in 36 other colours, so can be matched with your other furnishings.
Remember, if you want to brighten your home, with a pair of poppy print chair covers or new, velvet teal loose covers, Plumbs can offer you a free, no obligation home consultation, where we can offer you advice about colours, fabrics and styles for your dream home.