Harlequin Fabrics

Harlequin fabrics

Harlequin fabrics offer customers an impressive spectrum of products in their versatile Harlequin fabric and wallpaper collections. Inspirational designs, colours and textures utilize a fusion of flamboyance and elegance alongside contemporary and classic styles.

With an increasing portfolio of designer fabrics the latest launch in 2020 is the Harlequin Mirador fabrics range, inspired by stunning panoramic vistas and the glamorous interiors of sun-kissed villas perched high upon Ibizan hills to create a glorius chilled out vibe of curtain and upholstery weight fabrics. At the end of 2019 Harlequin marked it with the continuation of the Momentum Fabric range with the launch of the 11 & 12 editions with designs that took influences and interpretations of organic forms that diffuse against smooth lines to create a design led collection where architectural elements and the subtleties of nature entwine to provide a striking, glamourous contrast. Historical collections have seen their Palmetto fabrics launched in AW2015 with 1920's Jazz influences, along with previous collections Amazilia fabrics launched in the spring of 2015 following the trend for tropical prints in vibrant colours which also included the Amazilia velvets ideal for upholstery. Harlequin Callista fabrics designed by Clarissa Hulse is launched in the spring of 2016, and Tressilo Fabrics by Harlequin in Autumn 2016. 2017 was a busy year for them as they launched the Style Library shop front and with it in their Harlequin Anthozoa fabric range bursting with glamorous botanicals, exotic sea plants, inky landscapes and corals. In the AW17 season they explore the world of Architectural Fashion with the Entity Fabric range a very modern and urban collection for the fashion thinking home enthusiast. 2018 the Harlequin Zapara Fabric range was launched inspired by fashion and a love of all things eclectic. Fast forward to spring of 2019 and the Atelier fabric range of prints and Hamada Weaves, took inspiration from the techniques used in mid-century pottery studios, is put out to the home interiors market to include designs that have a variety of shapes that combine with stylish colours, and painted glaze effects, to create a compendium of statement designs suitable for curtains and use as upholstery fabrics.

Buy the full range of Harlequin fabrics online along with their Harlequin rugs, and accessories. We also provide a custom made to measure curtain services for any bespoke window treatment you may need, so please allow us to quote.
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