The Italian Riviera is the inspiration for the Osborne and Little Manarola Fabric collection which contains printed, woven and embroidered fabrics in which the typical colours of the region predominate: citrus tones, raspberry, terracotta, aquamarine, azure. Manarola is one of the five villages on the coastline of Liguria in north-west Italy which comprise the Cinque Terre National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ten assorted, but captivating fabric designs featured in this range. Conversational fabrics will be the designs of Portovenere a pure linen fabric which depicts a village scene is typical of Liguria, a tumble of painted houses, interspersed with palm trees, facing out to sea with shuttered windows and terracotta tiled rooves, and features a painterly underwater composition of fish and plant life printed on pure linen, and will be favoured of fans of Fornasetti perhaps. Italian elegance is provided in the collection with designs like the Palmaria fabric a composition of palm trees woven as a jacquard, and Lerici where colourful streamers are embroidered in viscose on a linen ground, which makes for a stylish designer fabric. Other stylish and contemporary cuts include Cervo which is named after an ancient hill, but displays engaging ornate tile motifs embroidered in viscose on a cotton and linen base. Spiaggia, a cool striped fabric design which is a dual purpose woven stripe evocative of a cheerful deckchair fabric, and Taggia which is a lively array of vertical embroidered zigzags. Explore the other designs featured in the Osborne & Little Manarola Fabrics range, and buy online, with custom made curtains, blinds and upholstery service for all your home furnishing requirements.