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Prestigious 2016 New Arrivals

By silkinteriors, Jan 18 2016 08:35PM

As we can fully expect, a new year brings a new collection at Prestigious Textiles. Actually, not one new collection, but thirteen!

Annika is a vibrant collection of stripes (I love Tutti Frutti), spots, and a couple of lovely leaf designs. I do hope somone buys these as they look great and I'd love to work with them. Metro continues the bright looks with chevrons, that were so popular last year.

If you are looking for a heavyweight material that is plain, but not boring, then you need to head over to see the Herriott collection. They are upholstery weight weaves in a few earthy tones, ranging from chalk through to pumice. It gives quite a masculine feel in my opinion. If you want completely plain, then Finlay is your selection.

If you want a plain look but with a bit of texture, something that will show more detail the closer you get, then take a look at Dalesway.

If you are after modern florals, then Samba and Ambleside will be your first ports of call. In the latter I particularly like the Yarrow and Wordsworth designs - very delicate flowers. There are also a couple of designs in the Perception collection, although in very limited colours.

I've worked with many Prestigious fabrics over the years. They are very good quality, at an affordable price, and great to work with. Whilst you can buy cheaper fabrics, I know that anything from Prestigious will give a great finish and I will not have any issues with patterns.

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