The Ever Popular English Country Linens Collection

21st June 2021

Our English Country Linens collection has a range of beautiful patterned fabrics from celebrated British designers. These include esteemed brands including Kate Forman and Sarah Hardaker as well as inspiring brands like Cloth & Clover.

The fabrics in this collection feature charming designs that capture the joy of the British outdoors. There's jumping hares and delicate flower clusters, subtle checked fabric and fun coastal inspired stripes. All designs are printed or hand silk screened in the UK, onto soft natural linens in a wonderfully adaptable colour palette.

"Beautiful, versatile fabrics that encapsulate that English country style"

Small Floral Fabric DesignSmall Floral Fabric Design
Blue Paisley FabricBlue Paisley Fabric
Pink Rose FabricPink Rose Fabric

How to Use English Country Linens

The popularity of this collection is due to the versatility of the fabrics. They are perfect for both upholstery and curtains. They are also suited to headboardscushions, napkins and even bedding. Their natural rustic appeal lends charm to any household setting.

Pretty Floral MaterialPretty Floral Material
Colourful Floral Cushion FabricColourful Floral Cushion Fabric
Orange Stripe FabricOrange Stripe Fabric

Curtains and blinds, in particular, are ideally suited to English Country Linens as they hang beautifully. They can be used to bring light to a dark space. Likewise, depending on their weight, they will keep an already sun-exposed room bright due to their translucent quality. When using as curtains, try them with either a simple gather or a floppy top for a pleasing effect. Be inspired to use English Country Linens in your home...

Room Inspirations That We Think You'll Love...

This pretty cottage sitting room is filled with vintage style linens in shades of pink, with duck egg and grey. Together, the muted tones and soft colours create a calm and relaxing environment. This is further emphasised through the use of a quilted cover over the sofa. Not to mention, the footstool doubling as a coffee table.

The check fabrics have then been mixed and matched with the ethnic rug as the final touch. The shabby chic decor gives a lived-in, comfortable, and inviting finish. Click on the image to find all the products you need to recreate this look in your own home...

Floral Living Room DecorFloral Living Room Decor
Vintage Sitting RoomVintage Sitting Room

This room has a very vintage style featuring faded floral fabrics. The lovely stonewashed linens are used in neutrals, pinks and duck egg blue. They are further complemented by plain cushions made in the same colours. This provides a colour pop whilst helping the pattern to shine. Plus, it perfectly ties the home accessories together.

The repetition of the pattern on floor-length curtains balances the beams on the ceiling. Meanwhile, the antiques complete the look. This is all balanced by the use of neutrals on the walls, lampshades and stunning second settee. They provide a strong base to draw the eye to the beautiful English Country Linens. Click the image to see our selection of fabrics and finishing touches to recreate this elegant interior yourself...

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