Fabrics: Contemporary Fabrics

Simplicity, subtle sophistication, texture and clean lines help to define contemporary style fabrics.

Smooth, strong, geometric shapes combined with a bright colour palette are brought to life with bold blacks, greys and whites. Low backed or modular sofas and chairs upholstered in plain, subtle or geometric fabric make a great statement. Curtain and cushion fabrics consisting of man-made or natural fibres add texture and look fantastic if combined.

A bright, painterly, watercolour style floral print is a work of art in itself adding a decadent flourish to any interior. Sheer fabrics used to divide living areas offer a light refreshing alternative to heavier curtains or blinds and if chosen in an Axtec style or modern shaped print can add movement to soften a minimalist interior.

At Stylehome we have a vast range of collections including, Harlequin, Casamance, Nya Nordiska Textiles and Robert Allen’s new fabric ranges which are daring, bold and strong in abundance. Harlequins Serene and Kallianthi ranges contain stunning fabrics with an ebb and flow of their own, reminiscent of an artists brush strokes with Rothko undertones.

Explore the complete fabric range from Designers Guild, The Royal Collection, Christian Lacroix, William Yeoward and Ralph Lauren Home View a wide variety of luxury printed fabrics and plain fabrics, suitable for curtains, upholstery and contracts.

Robert Allens new collections offer a whole fresh way of looking at the world. The ornate tile work and antique motifs are brought to new life in bold colours. Tribal patterns are reinvented by experimenting with scale for a collection that’s rooted in tradition and very much of the moment.

 

Interested in enhancing your property with gorgeous contemporary fabrics?
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Fine Art in fabrics, why not make them the centrepiece of your interior.

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