The Jane Churchill upholstery and curtain fabrics present collections of rich, vibrant patterns that would complement easily a British country side cottage as well as city residence. The Jane Churchill upholstery and curtain collections contain an aesthetic that blends harmoniously plain weaves and colours in linen and velvets with richly decorated and colourful patterns, prints and embroideries.
Notable amongst the varied collections are: Pasillo that evokes the Suzani motifs from central Asia and is a bold embroidered tree with a wonderfully flowing shape, densely stitched on a linen ground.
Ipanema is an exuberant multi-coloured floral with a tropical flavour, featuring a multitude of flowers, leaves and blossoms, available on linen and also as a truly sumptuous velvet with a deep charcoal ground that gives this design a very contemporary feel.
By contrast Tamara presents a stunning Art Deco inspired fabric featuring three-dimensional geometric fan shapes in broad stripes of a soft dusty pink, rich tones of emerald and navy, brown and burnt orange through to soft silvery neutrals. This fabric is given extra dimension by large areas of cut work within the fan. The cotton satin ground has an understatedly elegant feel and the overall effect is one of pure luxury.
Continuing the geometric theme, Zephyr presents a diamond motif with a slight Art Deco feel that uses contrasting areas of matt chenille and shiny textured ground. The 3-D effect adds a graphic edge to any room. The Gatsby pattern continues the Art Deco aesthetic with a richly decorative large scale embroidered diamond featuring further smaller geometric patterns. The ground cloth is linen, the perfect foil for the gleaming stitchwork.
Jane Churchill’s Persian Grove depicts a beautifully printed decorative scene from an Indian garden. A reworking of a print from Jane Churchill’s rich back catalogue featuring fountains, palm trees and peacocks. Wonderful colour combinations including pink and grey, and green and aqua make this evocative design a great signature for this collection.
Indira presents a playful mix of a digitally printed leafy pattern, wildlife and joyous colour with monkeys and parrots climbing in the foliage and swinging from the branches. Colour combinations include a soft pink ground, and blue with sienna and teal accents.
Jane Churchill’s Hot House packs a punch with its abstract take on a floral theme. The digitally printed design is covered with full flower heads in fresh colour stories, and uses subtle layers of tonework to create a rich vibrant pattern.
Chintal combines the geometric patterning of vintage ceramic tiles and gives it a folky twist with its combination of block printed looking print and jewel like highlights of crewel embroidery. This charming combination of techniques and quirky colourways give this fabric a artisanal feel.