Cedar Cinnamon is part of a new collection called Delamere by Prestigious Textiles, this great new design features bold retro-motifs in bright colours supported by Panama plain-dyes.
This stunning psychedelic fabric is made up of an all over brown bean shaped design with splashes of small coloured leaves featuring rusty oranges, temping teals and acid limes and is sure to bring a sense of modern style with a retro edge to your home along with adding interesting texture and colour.
Why not think about adding other fabrics from this range to enhance this striking theme including Autumn leaves, Maple and Alderley, all available in this trend setting colour way.
On sturdy 100% cotton for curtains and blinds, Delamere also lends itself perfectly to décor-enhancing accessories like table linen and wall-art and is also available in a wide range of popular colours.
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.
Care instructionsHand wash, cool iron.
|Pattern Repeat (cm)||64|
|Fabric Width (cm)||137|
"I love this fabric. I've bought it to make some simple curtains in my mid century inspired living room. I haven't made them yet, but really pleased with the quality of the fabric. The colours in the design make it very adaptable to suit different colour schemes."