I was lucky enough to be taken to the warehouse where Ralph Lauren have their upholstery fabric made and managed to buy this beautiful burnt orange fabric. The colour is stunning and the fabric has a great depth and texture to it and works as a beautiful contrast with the antique purple curtain tie.
All the pouffe's are stuffed with Coir which is a supple and naturally resillient fibre so..
Floria 1950's Linen
This is another gem from Ardingly Antiques market, it was originally heavy linen curtains from around the 1950’s era. They are in fantastic condition and the art work actually looks hand painted. I chose the slim red cotton piping to give it a clean edge and bring out the colours. It has an invisible zip at the back and is approx 22" x 22".
Lilly - 1920's
I found this fabric at a brilliant antique fair just outside London, it was originally curtains and was amazingly in fantastic condition. There is hardly any wear and tear, I dont know if they were ever used as usually with curtains there is always an area thats been sundamaged but these are perfect. The fabric is a linen/cotton mix and very strong..
This is a 1920’s Russian fabric I found at Ardingly Antique market and I've been on the hunt for more ever since but sadly could only gather enough to make two 20” x 20" cushions. The purple and orange look stunning together and the colours are perfectly faded. It has slim, cream, cotton piping and invisible zip at the back.
Tropical Jungle Liberty Print
This is my favourite from the Liberty prints, its their current Spring/Summer collection but there were only about 7 metres left! The colours are so vibrant and different colours will stand out in different lights. I have made it up with a hot pink, cotton piping but it also looks great with turqiouse, teal, heather, navy etc piping. Just email me and let..