Ombre fabrics | Tie Dye fabrics | Curtains

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Ombre fabrics | Tie Dye fabrics | Curtains The new collections from Casamance celebrates their 15th anniversary and also sees the collection continue the look of a popular theme from the last couple of years by using dip dyed, or tie dyed fabrics here in this beautiful design Breva in the colour of Emeraude and Flax. [caption id="attachment_2676" align="aligncenter" width="465"]casamance-breva-fabrics Casamance Breva Emeraude Fabrics[/caption] It comes available in a number of colour ways, and because of the width at 290cm can be ideal for a pair of made to measure curtains, and it is not the first time Casamance and others have used this gradient look. This gradient effect has been developing for some time, proving popular with other designer fabric companies such as Romo Black and Designers Guild, and we are seeing it used in bedrooms by interior designers to both tie things together and add an extra dimension, take a look at this example for instance. Romo Black introduced the tie dyed look into their Orchis wide-width lined fabric collection a couple years ago with their Zephyt  fabric, perfect as voiles or curtains with an almost sheer like quality. Every colour to choose from. [caption id="attachment_2677" align="aligncenter" width="590"]romo-black-zephyt-fabrics Romo Black Edition Zephyt Fabrics[/caption] Designers Guild Saraille fabric from last year,  is their extraordinarily popular ombre (ombré), a delightful wide-width linen which also creates a really soft look when used for a pair of curtains. [ezcol_1half]designers-guild-fabrics-sarille[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]designers-guild-sarille-fabrics[/ezcol_1half_end] Some sensational colours available in this style of fabric , to create stylish, soft sets of designer curtains. linen-curtains-designers-guild-tm-interiors-limite Designers Guild have taken the look further splicing their Saraille fabric with their floral designs in their latest Shanghai Garden fabric collection. Their trailing roses fabric design which is painterly flowers above a shaded ombre, wide width linen voile, which has a light translucency to it. designers-guild-trailing-rose-fabric-and-wallpaper Others are also pushing the envelope, like Elitis fabrics with their Sumba fabric from the Out Of Africa collection. While not tie dyed, or even linen, this fabric is a highly textured jacquard with a stunning gradient effect. We think it creates a really interesting look when used for a pair of designer curtains.


Another french brand also exhibiting this style is Lelievre, like Casmanace, celebrating an historic landmark with 100 years in the business, and with it their Century fabric. This Lelievre fabric displays some contemporary flair with its flocked pattern and is from 2014 again displayed for full effect as a curtain here. [ezcol_1half]lelievere-fabric[/ezcol_1half] [ezcol_1half_end]lelievere[/ezcol_1half_end]   So if you are looking for something more than just plain linen curtains, and like the gradual shade that the style of ombre fabrics gives hopefully this gives you some options for dressing your home interiors. If you need a company to make any curtains, sheer curtains, or voiles with these, at times, expensive designer fabrics then please consider our made to measure curtains service where we can take your choice of fabric and create custom made voiles, sheer curtains and drapes. All from our in-house workroom with over 35 years experience so quality assured, check out our reviews page. Please don't hesitate to contact us for a quote.      
29 January 2015
14 June 2016 at 20:26
Dear Eman Thank you for your reply fabrics listed in this page are all available to buy at TM Interiors Limited as ombre curtains as we can take any fabric and make into made to measure curtains to your window specification. Casmanace Fabrics Breva Romo Black Fabrics Zephyr Designers Guild Fabrics Summer Palace Elitis Fabrics Sumba Lelievre Fabrics Century Please contact us should you need any further advice or assistance.
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