Sanderson Fabrics: Updated Damask Fabric

Sanderson Fabrics has been a favorite among designers for years and we are showcasing another one of their beautiful collections. Their designs have a large range from traditional patterns to modern designs. Below is one of their more traditional collections, Marlborough. This collection of four fabrics updates the classic damask pattern by layering it with graphic stripes. Four designs have been revitalized to create bold but classic designs. See these four beautiful fabrics below!

The fabric above on the ottoman is the Marlborough, a large scale damask in a linen/cotton blend. This beautiful pattern comes in seven colorways and the colorway here is Citron/Silver. Love it!!
The drapery is using a combination of fabrics that is unique as well as beautiful. The bottom of the drapery is the Marlborough that matches the ottoman and the solid damask pattern on the upper part of the drape is Sherbourne in Citron. This pattern is a smaller scaled damask in the same cotton/linen weave as the Marlborough. A great coordinating pair to use as seen here. The Sherbourne also comes in seven colorways.

The round pillow features the Sherbourne damask in red that has a feature stripe from the Marlborough fabric from the Red/Old Gold colorway. Unique combination! The striped pillow on the right is the Eton pattern featuring an elegant acanthus leaf trellis woven over a smart pinstripe. This cotton/nylon weave comes in six colorways with the color Old Gold seen here.
See examples of the Eton fabric below in Blackcurrant and the Marlborough damask in Blackcurrant/Chocolate. A beautiful combination of colors!

More in the Blackcurrant/Chocolate colorway below:

The last fabric in this collection is Harrow, a contemporary two tone design of flowing leaves which change tone from stripe to stripe. This colorway is the Blackcurrant/Chocolate and it comes in three other colorways, Red/Burgundy, Gold and Cream. This is an 85% cotton/ 15% nylon weave.

All fabrics are to the trade and photos are courtesy of Sanderson Home.

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