Liberty London Fabrics
Faira Flowers Velvet in Blackberry
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Faria Flowers furnishing fabric is a true carpet of flora inspired by the quote '…an' th' grass'll be a carpet o' flowers'. Gorgeous blooms can be seen growing out from mainly dark blotches, representing the earth and showcasing the garden at the height of its splendour and glory. The artwork is a larger scale version of the Floral Clay print.
Pricing: All fabrics are priced per metre length
Please note: All fabric orders are non-refundable
Liberty London Fabrics Interiors are delighted to announce a new collection of fabrics and wallpapers based on the classic novel, The Secret Garden. Drawing inspiration from Burnett’s 1911 masterpiece, the team have created ten new designs in a selection of captivating colourways and bases, helping you to capture the essence of the garden inside your home this spring.
- Name: Faria Flowers
- Colourway: Marigold
- Fabric Type: Vintage Velvet
- Composition: 52% Viscose, 44% Cotton, 4% Polyester
- Usage: Upholstery, Drapery Accessories
- Width: 137cm
- Horizontal/Vertical repeat: 137cm/117cm
- Care: Dry clean only
We’ve elevated our standard delivery service, guaranteeing you’ll receive your order within 3 working days, for the lower cost of £4.95.
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If you are not completely satisfied with your item you may return it within 28 days for a full refund. You can return the item online using our simple service or bring it back to our flagship store in Regent St.
Originating from near Tana Lake in the Sudan, Tana Lawn was brought to Britain in the 1920s by Liberty fabric buyer William Haynes Dorell. A revolutionary cotton with behaviours of silk, Tana Lawn’s ultra-fine construction provides a fluid hand-feel. A true icon, the cool, durable fabric continues to evolve with our cutting-edge technological refinements.