Silk Curtain Fabrics & Fashion Designers

7th December 2015


Named after London's fashionable Portobello Road, this decorative fabric collection draws on the rich, colourful history and heritage of the city's vibrant Notting Hill district.  Home to one of the capital's oldest and most notable street markets, known for its eclectic mix of fashion and antiques, Portobello Road - like James Hare - celebrates 150 years if trading  in 2015.

Westbourne Damask
A spectacular pure silk embroidered and corded damask with striking raised effect and bright, bold colour selection. Traditional with a contemporary twist, it is named after London's popular Westbourne Grove, which crosses Portobello Road. 

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Portobello Flower
An intricate embroidered flower design on a natural linen base with exceptional drape. Brightly coloured, hand-cut velvet buds feature a subtle graduation of colour, creating unsurpassed texture and depth which is almost three dimensional.

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This Colourful spot design is inspired by the lively Afro-Caribbean music at the heart of the famous Notting Hill carnival. Featuring bright, rainbow-themed spots densely embroidered onto natural linen base cloth, its joyful, contemporary pattern coordinates with any colour scheme.

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A delightful jacquard which is playful and bold with metallic weave options on dark coloured grounds. The coral-shaped design has a quirky, fun vibe, enhanced by strong contrasting colours for statement impact. Its name is inspired by Piparo forest, home to one of Calypso music's most legendary artists.

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Carnival Stripe
Brightly coloured and full of movement, this ribbon twist features beautifully embroidered wave-shaped stripes in a myriad of colour, on natural linen.

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