The decadence of a bygone era captured brilliantly in this Nina Campbell fabric collection of richly coloured velvet and chenille woven designs that are inspired by textiles from the 20's and 30's. Marchmain takes its name from the fictional Lord Marchmain in Evelyn Waugh's novel, Brideshead Revisited. The fabric itself is a luxurious and tactile jacquard fabric featuring stylised exotic flowers and leaves woven with a contour effect on a soft chenille ground. While Flyte is the family name of Lord Marchmain, and this interesting design has jewel coloured velvet hexagons form multi-coloured stripes interspersed with vertical zig-zags. Browse and buy the full range online.