New Additions English Country Linens at Fabrics & Papers

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    Fabrics and Papers ( has expanded its burgeoning choice of English country linens with the addition of the Cloth of and Cover and the Peony & Sage collections which represent the very best of cottage-style artisan designs.Cloth & Clover’s linen collection features four beautiful prints named after villages in the Worcestershire countryside where Tania McIvor, the company’s principal, spent her childhood. Each print is based on an antique document and has a timeless appeal that works for both traditional and modern interiors. The fabrics are printed on to a pure linen base cloth which is not only beautiful, but also practical and hardwearing.

    Dormston is a garden inspired trailing floral; Pixley is a small scale geometric; The Littletons is a classic polka dot; and Peopleton, is a playful figurative print of Mr Farmer and his animal friends. Pictures show the Dornston fabric.

    Cloth & Clover has been born out of an enduring love for fabrics and interiors combined with a fascination for the many traditional processes and skills involved in their design and manufacture.

    Peony & Sage was founded by interior designer Kimberley Bell. Her linen designs are inspired by a mix of nature and French antique fabrics. The whole collection was designed to be versatile: the linens to appeal to different tastes and suitable for all room types, for curtains and upholstery.

    The Peony & Sage linens are mostly printed on natural cream linen. Pasha Red and Fudge Hares can come on beautiful Oatmeal flax linen. The new Nordilka collection, mostly printed on a really soft Oyster linen, creates a fresh yet delicate range of new fabrics. First in the series is Hattie on Oyster. Pictures show a range of Peony & Sage fabrics.

    Other suppliers which feature in Fabrics & Papers English country linens collection include Cabbages and Roses, Kate Foreman, Vanessa Arbuthnott and St Judes.

    By exploring, customers can create their own schemes and request wallpaper samples from over 6,000 carefully selected wallpapers and fabrics. A dedicated design team is on hand at the end of a telephone line (01273 495500) to discuss customers’ individual requirements and offer help and advice.

    Daniel Fountain / 05.08.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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