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Bien-Aimee by Brunschwig & Fils

Bien-Aimee by Brunschwig & Fils is a quality printed fabric.  The base fabric is in cream stripes with a printed floral design.  The fabric has a good brightness to it from the pink and yellow blooms.  There is a touch of blue and lilac from some of the other flowers.  The stems and leaves bring the element of green to the design that further lifts the design from the fabric.  The most notable quality is the quality feel this fabric has.

We can suggest using this fabric in many rooms including a sitting room, dining room, hall or even a bedroom.  While the fabric is versatile enough to be used in a number of rooms around the home, this fabric is best suited to traditionally styled homes.

This is a mixed blend fabric with a composition of 51% Linen, 37% Cotton and 12% Nylon.  This mixed composition results in a multipurpose material.  The fabric is suitable for home soft furnishings particularly curtains and blinds, perhaps even some light upholstery.

We would advise using this fabric for drapes in a sitting room.  Similarly, a roman blind would be another good use of the fabric.

Alternatively, this would certainly brighten up some old panel chairs in the dining room.

The fabric measures 1.3metres in width, excluding selvedge.

There is a large pattern repeat of the floral pattern measuring at 90centimetres.  This is a good level of pattern coverage and the large pattern repeat suits a blind.

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 only £18 for the final 3meter length.



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

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Creams & White, Greens, Pinks


Brunschwig & Fils

Material Composition

Mixed Blend

Pattern Design

Floral & Trees

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