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Striped Curtain and Upholstery Fabrics

We have an extensive collection of striped fabrics for curtains and upholstery. Striped fabric designs are timeless and versatile, and we have a multitude of striped styles to choose from ranging from the narrowest pinstripe to bold wide width designs. Striped fabric can transform upholstered pieces or window treatments creating an eye-catching feature for your room, more often striped fabrics are used vertically to elongate furniture, curtains or blinds, but there are occasions where horizontal stripes work brilliantly to create an impact piece; full-length curtains and accent chairs tend to look best with vertical stripes whereas blinds, sofas and arm-chairs can work well with either.  Narrow stripes are smart and can be quite formal whereas thick stripes can add an element of fun in more relaxed style interiors