Flores Stripe

One book that I continually refer to when I’m designing is The Grammar of Ornament, by Owen Jones, published in 1856. Inspired by ornate geometric patterns from the East and Moorish motifs, Flores Stripe was created as a go-to woven stripe for contemporary and classic interiors. Produced in England by a family-run mill and woven in seven colourways.
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Flores Stripe

One book that I continually refer to when I’m designing is The Grammar of Ornament, by Owen Jones, published in 1856. Inspired by ornate geometric patterns from the East and Moorish motifs, Flores Stripe was created as a go-to woven stripe for contemporary and classic interiors. Produced in England by a family-run mill and woven in seven colourways.
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  • Composition (%)
    52 cotton, 36 viscose, 12 flax
  • Production
    Woven
  • Fabric Width (cm)
    134
  • Border Width (cm)
  • Fabric Repeat V x H (cm)
    11 x 31
  • Pattern
  • California Test
  • Marine Flammability
  • Outdoor Lightfast
  • Nano Water Repellant Finish
  • Rub Test
  • IMO FTP Code
    Heading
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