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Tropical Flowers by Studio Warwick

 

Tropical Flowers by Studio Warwick is a bright floral fabric.  The cream fabric makes the pattern pop.  The topical flower pattern combines pink flowers with a hint of yellow and vibrant trailing green foliage.  We love the resulting design, which is tastefully bright. 

We recommend using this fabric in a sitting room to add some colour.  This is a super choice of fabric to brighten a room with a touch of colour.

The fabric composition is a mixed blend of cotton and linen that is heavyweight.  This is an excellent quality fabric that can be used for home soft furnishings such as cushions and curtains as well as some light domestic upholstery.

One of the first things you will notice when you feel the fabric is how soft it is.

We would opt to use Tropical Flowers by Studio Warwick to upholster chairs in the conservatory, bringing the outside in.

Alternatively, the fabric could be used for blinds and curtains in the sitting room to add some brightness.

 

 

The fabric measures 1.40metres in width, excluding selvedge.

There is a good balance of pattern coverage with the tropical flower pattern repeat measuring at 67centimetres.

This fabric is screen printed in the UK with VAT colours.

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

Free Sample

Digby & Willoughby are pleased to offer our customers a free sample of this fabric.  We recommend customers request a free sample to check the colours and fabric quality before placing an order.  Customers can request a free sample by clicking the ‘Free Sample’ box at the top of the page, then ‘Add to Basket’.

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Colour

Creams & White, Pinks

Designer

Warwick

Material Composition

Mixed Blend

Pattern Design

Floral & Trees

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