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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