Ottoman Edge red
Ottoman Edge red
Ottoman Edge red
Ottoman Edge red
Ottoman Edge red

Ottoman Edge red

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  • Samples in stock and ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way
For fabric orders above one metre you can order in 0.5m increments, please contact us and we can send you a manual invoice instead of ordering online

The Ottoman Empire has been such an inspiration to me, many patterns associated with this era lend themselves so well to interior decorations. Ottoman pattern is very striking in the strong colours but subtle in the softer colours. The design really creates a good atmosphere in a room and looks fabulous for most uses like curtains to upholstery. I have created it using two colours which is relaxing to look at and the softer versions in tones of one colour. I think when designing fabrics for interiors you really have to reduce the colours down to a minimum, there are always show stopper fabric designs which want to be centre stage and that is fine too but to help mix and match patterns together a smaller number of colours used helps in this process. I have the Ottoman edge red fabric as my bedroom curtains, I love them and they always make me happy when I draw the curtains back every morning.

Composition – 50% cotton 50% linen
Printed width of fabric – 138cm
Vertical repeat – 18.5cm
Horizontal repeat - 34.5cm
Care instructions – Dry Clean/Do not wash
Origin – UK
Designer – Charlotte Gaisford
(available in 50cm increments after 1m minimum order)
minimum order – 1m
Lead time – Please see FAQ for current lead times
Suitability – Suitable for all kinds of soft furnishings, curtains, blinds, cushions, headboards
Upholstery – Suitable for light/occasional use upholstery, for example a bedroom chair. please do not use for
any upholstery which comes into regular contact with food, pets or sticky fingers.

The Headboard bedroom was designed by Helen Turkington, Dublin
Photo of roman blinds by @andrewjhow


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