From our new fabric design Impressions, Energy curtain fabric Smoke is full of life and vitality. You'll love the mix of contemporary, retro style pattern in bright tonal shades of slate greys, lime green, pale sky blue with the faintest touch of mellow yellow set against a creamy background.
This all over retro design mixes a series of psychedelic shapes and flowers which is full of energy and packed with style. Whilst the collection offers a subtle nod to the 1950's, the patterns themselves remain very usable, both individually or co-ordinated with solid colours to create a warm and lively look for your curtains, Roman blinds, cushions and soft furnishings.
Printed on a crisp 100% Panama cotton this fun design can be mixed and matched with other great fabrics in the Impressions collection including Fanfare, Prism, and Quadrille to create a stunning effect in your home.
Energy curtain fabric Smoke will make the perfect fabric choice for living rooms and bedrooms or any room where you want to inject colour and a lively bold pattern.
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)||16|
|Fabric Width (cm)||138|
"I made roman blinds great fabric to work with"
"Exactly what I wanted\n"
"Cushion covers and table cloths. Great mix and match colours"