New window furnishing fabrics from Charles Parsons
Grandeur is 70 per cent Polyester and 30 per cent Viscose, 140cm wide and described as “a beautiful weighty, self-lined drapery fabric.” This fabric has the look of a textured silk and comes in 25 colours, including a range of neutrals alongside greens, mauves and darker tones.
“An elegant Sheer with a slubby Linen look”, Flaxton comes in a wide striped design and is available in four colours, with the range including charcoals, mid greys, browns, beiges, mid taupes and creams and for casual elegance.
“This is an easy care 100 per cent Polyester fabric with great sun resistance. Flaxton will hang beautifully over a soft co-ordinating lining, or can be used as a sheer behind a heavier weight drape. Flaxton functions as a sun filter during the day and at night, if hung over a co-ordinating soft lining it will add warmth, texture and style to your room setting.”
Molteni is 65 per cent cotton, 35 per cent Polyester, 140 cm wide and available in 10 colours, and is described as a classic Damask design woven with a horizontal ribbed style background combining satin and matt threads, giving it a weighty luxurious character. There is a choice of 10 colours which include soft pastels, charcoals and greys, light taupes and cream.
Pascal is described as a “sophisticated tone on tone striped sheer that comes in 10 modern earthy colours” and can be used as a sheer, or teamed with a co-ordinating lining for a solid drape solution. The stripes are made up of fine stitched lines over a textured plain background. The fabric is 100 per cent Polyester (weighted hem) and 300 cm wide.
Pazzo is a wide width embroidered sheer with a weighted hem to ensure drapes fall well. It comprises a textured grain of fine lines that zigzag across the width of the fabric and can be dressed in an understated contemporary way or up-styled with co-ordinating metallics. Made from 70 per cent Viscose and 30 per cent Polyester (weighted hem) the fabric is 310 cm wide and is available in eight colours.
Cote d’Azur is a Linen Sheer collection made up of five designs in a choice of natural colours - ivory, beiges and taupes. Combining an assortment of wide and thin textured stripes, Cote d’Azur has an elegant and casual look for those who want a natural fibre that will drape well. Each design in this collection is a continuous 290 cm wide drapery cloth: La Croisette - Striped. 85 per cent Linen 15 per cent Viscose;
Nice - Striped. 85 per cent Linen 15 per cent Viscose; De Anglaise - Textured Plain, 100 per cent Linen, Viscose; Toulon - Striped. 85 per cent Linen 15 per cent Viscose; Riviera - Striped. 85 per cent Linen 15 per cent Viscose. Michka is a narrow striped sheer that includes a ribbon stripe through it, in colours ranging from rich golds to earthy pewters and also including a crisp white and jet black. “Michka would work well on its own dressing a window beautifully during the day or with a co-ordinating lining for a sophisticated fuller look.”
Available in six colours, Michka is 100 per cent Polyester (weighted hem) and 300 cm wide.
Ashbourne has a subtle shimmer in its design and comes in a diverse colour palette, including cool blues and silvers to deep blues, greens, light taupes, creams and whites. The pattern has a gentle curve that repeats vertically down the cloth. Available in 14 colours, the fabric is 100 per cent Polyester and 138 cm.
Broadway is described as a stylish drapery collection that will enhance any room. The design is made up of fine masculine pin-stripes combined with a soft textured sheen base cloth. “There are 12 colours to choose from, ranging from warm brown hues through to golds, greens, blues and silvers. The fine stripes provide a formal elegance and create a universal upmarket appeal.”
Broadway is 100 per cent Polyester and 140 cm wide.
released: Wednesday, August 8, 2012
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