Aug 262011

Recently star designer Tanya Sturgeon teamed up with Hertex Fabrics, bringing us her wonderful new range of fabrics.

Her love for Paris inspired her to formulate her photographic images of this great city into designs. The result was the delightful collections of Paris Damask and Victorian Alphabet.

Making use of a high quality linen and cotton blend, this fabric is an absolute delight to work  with, used either as light domestic upholstery or as curtaining, (FYI…. it drapes beautifully ) Some of the fabrics are available in widths of 275 & 280cm, making this ideal for curtaining.

Designs are available in both soft and strong colours, ranging from duck egg on linen or white background, to grey and the bold lime green and rouge. Used either individually or with plains, these designs will compliment any room.  I simply fell in love with the range and find it difficult deciding which design I love best.

If you happen to find yourself in the proximity of the Hertex showroom in Durban, pop in and take a look for yourself. Their friendly staff is always ready with helpful advise and assisting you in finding fabrics, ideally suited for your unique project.

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