The brilliant, textured burn-out technique of this linen mix evokes centuries-old, worn mosaic tiles. The design was inspired by the floor of a private palace on the Bosphorous.
This fabric looks very well on large-scale windows without looking too busy. The trellis of the design is transparent whilst the fine detailed line around the main motif is printed in opaque ink, creating a three-dimensional effect.
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 abstract, graphic sheer calls to mind the Italian painter renowned for his large scale sculptural canvases. Many casement fabrics look fiddly on a large scale - this looks its best at a huge window.
A trellis of over-scaled coral branches make a dramatic statement linen burn-out. Gathered as a curtain, the overlapping silhouettes of semi-translucent maritime foliage take on an ethereal underwater quality.
Another wide width sheer fabric printed on the horizontal. The same ikat motif from the design "Ikat vase" is printed across the width of the fabric so there are no seams.
Pamir Burn-Out is another popular No.9 quality, and makes a stunning sheer.
No.9 burn-outs have proved so popular in the past. So crisp, and the perfect way to introduce subtle pattern to the window at the same time as giving privacy.