Our multi-coloured geometric fabric come in designs suitable for such diverse motifs as modern and country. Most people mistakenly think of modern or contemporary décor when they think of geometric patterns. However, geometric patterns have been used for centuries to decorate homes and public buildings. You’ll find geometric designs in some of the décor of ancient civilisations, such as the Egyptians, Greeks or Sumerians. Today, Spanish Islamic décor contains some of the most intricate patterns. Of course, geometric patterns may also enhance contemporary and modern décor as well.
The multi-colours of the fabrics make them easy to use with many different colour schemes. In some cases, you can continue to use the soft furnishings and home accessories you’ve made, even if you change your room’s colour scheme, just as long as the colours in the fabric complement the new colour change. You’ll find the fabric can be used to make all manner of soft furnishings and home accessories. It’s also sufficiently robust to be able to use it for lightweight domestic upholstery projects or handicraft projects.