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Apsley House by Lee Jofa

Apsley House by Lee Jofa is a vintage floral fabric.  The salmon pink fabric features vases of flowers and bouquets of flowers with a decorative frame.  The frame detail is in shades of brown with a touch of blue that adds an elegance to the overall fabric design.  The framed floral bouquets sit on a cream background, which further lifts the fabric.  Furthermore, the fabric has a diamond embossed pattern throughout, that adds to the richness of the appearance.  We think this is a very smart fabric for the home.

We suggest using Apsley House fabric in a sitting room.  Overall the design is traditional and would suit homes of this traditional style.

The fabric composition is a mixed blend of 52% linen, 36% cotton and 12% nylon.  This composition gives the material a strong and breathable quality.  The mixed blend fabric is versatile for a range of home soft furnishings and some light upholstery.

The fabric is a medium weight that suits curtains and light upholstery.

We would advise using this fabric for sitting room drapes.  The fabric could also be used to make a roman blind for the sitting room or even a hall window.

Alternatively, as the fabric is strong enough to cope with light upholstery make some loose chair covers for an occasional chair.

The fabric measures 1.33metres in width, excluding selvedge.

The pattern repeat of the fabric measures at 42centimetres.

Printed in England.

We stock our fabrics on the roll and cut fabric for customer orders as a singular continuous piece.



We have reduced this fabric to clear.  WAS £12/metre NOW £6/meter.  The fabric is being sold as a total 2.5metre length for £15.00.



Due to the short length of this fabric please contact us should you require a free sample.

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Lee Jofa

Material Composition

Mixed Blend

Pattern Design

Floral & Trees

Short Lengths


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