Embroidered steps inspired by the architecture of Jaipur's Amber Palace ascend this simple linen. Each coloured stripe climbs at it's own pace and pitch, but all in harmony with one another.
Our favorite slubbed linen, used as a ground for many of no.9’s classic prints, is now available as a glazed solid.
A devoré pattern of irreverently cascading beads is burnt out of a wonderfully light, linen-faced cloth. The pearls fall in soft stripes which work well with the elegant drape of the fabric.
This polished chenille cloth with great durability gives a fresh and contemporary look to a classic, solid upholstery fabric.
Eight different coloured horizontal stripes in each colourway give a rich and varied texture to this fabric. The look and a wonderfully soft handle make Surya appealing for so many different interiors.
Delicately drawn fruit and flowers wind their way though this decorative Tree of Life. Quirky colour combinations combined with the heavily slubbed linen ground give the look and feel of a classic vintage cloth.
Bold roundels of dramatic colour emulate the hand-appliquéd crafts of central Asia. Printed on a heavily textured and very durable cloth, Phulkari would look wonderful upholstered on furniture as well as opulent curtains.
Inspired by the flora and fauna of traditional hand-blocked "palampores", then redrawn and recoloured with a totally fresh eye. The patchwork of patterns within patterns makes Tiger Hills a fabric with enduring appeal.