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5 Designer Fabric Makers You Need To Know About
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There is almost an infinite number of different fabrics on the market. It would take a lifetime to sift through them all from the very cheap to the very expensive. But when it comes to creating something special cutting corners on fabric is never a good idea. Even if the curtain or seat cover is not going to be a major feature going for quality means long lasting and it will create something of real quality. Covering a chair in a cheap fabric may make sense in the short term but when it comes to the feel and durability it soon becomes a false economy. Designer fabrics are more expensive but the colours, textures, and overall quality is such that overtime it is often better value and the pleasure quality fabric offers brings added value to the table too.

Here are 5 designers that create and offer fabrics for sale. These can be used for anything you can dream up the only limit is your imagination. Many of the fabrics can be found be searching online as they are not sold directly by the designer. Have a good look around and see what you can find!

Matthew Williamson is a British fashion designer. He scoop a number of awards during his fashion career but in recent years he has expanded his fashion house into more of a lifestyle brand. He now creates a wide range of furniture, wallpapers and fabrics and they are all stunning!

Christian Lacroix is a French fashion designer who opened his own fashion house in 1987. He often found inspiration from a range of cultures and his background in historical costumes also added another tier to his designs. Lacroix managed to translate the very essence of his brand into a number of collections of furnishings and fabrics that do not bother with trends and very much maintain the independence of the House of Lacroix.

Liberty is far from your run of the mill department store. The shop first opened in 1875 selling ornaments and fabrics from Japan and the Far East. It is now a mecca for luxury products including fashion, fragrances and furniture. As a brand Liberty has always taken it’s own path but on the way has collaborated with some very big names including Vivienne Westwood and Yves Saint Laurent. The fabric department in Liberty is something to behold for anyone interested in creating something beautiful in the home. They offer a wide range of material types and prints all of which offer stunning quality as you might expect.

House of Hackney is based on Shoreditch High Street in London and was founded in 2010 by husband and wife Javvy M Royle and Frieda Gormley. HOH have always worked closely with Liberty but also have their own independent store and products. They have always used a traditional English feel as the basis to all of their products and the fabrics are no different. All the fabrics are printed in England and range from palm leaves and animal prints. British velvets, satins and cotton linens are among just a few fabric options. For something with a very British feel House of Hackney is the way to go.

Josef Frank
Although Josef was originally an architect his wonderful graphic linens have long been a source of inspiration and desire for many an interior designer. Frank died in 1967 but his designs live on and are given a fresh lease of life every time someone uses them in a new creation like . His long term partnership with Svenskt Tenn is still ongoing and creates the perfect place to browse and buy these amazing designs.

Whatever you are planning to create or perhaps enlist someone else to create for you an investment in quality fabrics will make something good into something great. Not only will the chair of curtain feel luxurious and look amazing it will also be made with quality and a little bit of history. Each one of these designer houses that are creating these sumptuous designs are all part of the rich tapestry of the fashion world and why wouldn’t you want a little bit of that in your home.

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