Damask Fabric for Curtains and Upholstery
Damask fabric is woven fabric with a reversible pattern and a two-tone sheen effect. Dating back to the middle ages Damask fabric takes its name from the city of Damascus a popular destination for the manufacturing and trading of luxury fabrics during this time. Originally Damask fabrics were woven with silk and exclusive to and highly sort after by royalty across Europe and Asia who would use this fabric to adorn the walls of royal palaces and upholster precious furniture pieces. Today modern damask fabric is most often produced by a computer run jacquard loom and is made from silk, cotton, linen, wool, satin or synthetic fibres. The fabrics origins and history make this a timeless design associated with luxury, opulence and traditional style interiors. Regal colours such as red, green, purple or blue damask fabrics are continually popular as they give a nod to the fabrics historical royal connections. We love damask fabric and feel it is the perfect choice for elegant upholstery and opulent curtains.