This is the chintz colour in this Amelia Fabric, which is a traditional chintz colour consisting of deep reds and greens to give a very fresh, summery look.
Amelia will drapes wonderfully when used to make curtains thanks to its luxurious satin cotton fabric providing a very soft handle. This combined with the wonderfully classic design makes Amelia a fantastic choice for many homes! It is available in 5 colours.
Free samples of this fabric are available by clicking on the request sample button to ensure the fabric is the correct colour and weight for your requirements. Please note that with large patterns it may not be possible to see the whole pattern, and the samples are intended to help ensure that the curtains will coordinate with your room.
We want you to find the perfect fabric for your home, so we offer free samples of all our curtain materials for you to gauge against the colour scheme in your home.
While we do our best to represent the true colour of the fabrics in our images, we understand that the pictures that you see may vary in colour from one computer to the next. Simply click on the sample button to receive a sample of the material and you can have a look at the fabric up close, for yourself!
Remember that our free samples only give a taster of the curtain material. We do our best to cut samples that show the full pattern of the cloth but it is not always possible to show the entire pattern for materials with larger designs. Each sample we send out is simply intended as a guide, to help you choose the fabric that best suits the interior of your home.
|Pattern Repeat (cm)||64|
|Fabric Width (cm)||140|
"Excellent quality for a ver reasonable price."
"The material will be used for curtains. I had a sample before I ordered but this did not really reflect this highly patterned material. With a material with such a large pattern you need to send a bigger sample. The bit I got showed only the leaf but the main part of the pattern is the flower. As it happened I did like the material but it could have been a disaster"