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Grey Spotted

We offer a wide selection of Spotted fabrics and you can also request a free sample of our fabrics to see the texture and quality before you buy
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Grey Spotted Polka Dot Curtain Fabric Grey
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Grey Spotted Clio Curtain Fabric Charcoal
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Grey Spotted Dotty Curtain Fabric Grey
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Grey Spotted Dotty Curtain Fabric Smoke
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Grey Spotted Dotty Curtain Fabric Taupe
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Grey Spotted Melbury Curtain Fabric Oatmeal
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Grey Spotted Pip curtain Fabric Azure
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Grey Spotted Spotty Curtain Fabric Grey
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Grey Spotted Zoom Curtain Fabric Graphite
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Grey Spotted Cosmos Curtain Fabric Flint
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Grey Spotted Helix Curtain Fabric Flint
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GREY SPOTTED FABRIC

We carry grey spotted fabric that may be just what you require to give a professional look to your décor. Spots can be fun and playful, giving the room a friendly casual feel, or quite demure and sophisticated, making it more formal. It all depends on the pattern, colours and regularity of size of the spots. For example, a grey background with small white spots is far more formal than one with large bright neon coloured spots adorning it.

Grey is the perfect background for coloured spots. It brings pastels to life and tones down brighter, bolder colours. Think of pale pink on a grey background and you can almost see the colours popping. Then substitute a brighter colour, such as hot pink, and you’ll see how much more mellow it is against the grey. Not only is grey a combination of different mixes of black and white, but it also may contain undertones of other colours, such as blue, red, yellow, green or purple. Finding the shade that suits your décor the best should include checking the undertone of the shade of grey to ensure it complements the other colours in your palette.

 
 
 
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