The inspiration for our eye-catching Gatsby collection stems from the classic decade of the 1920’s. Our fabric designers have drawn elements from the fashion of this era, where bright colours were mixed with striking Art Deco geometric designs. They have created three complementing designs in tones that encompass the geometric patterns of the era along with the peacock; a bird of fashion in the 1920s that depicted exotic luxury and was often found in fashion.
Our Gatsby fabric collection is woven in a family run fabric mill based in the heart of Italy. They weave our Gatsby fabric collection on their jacquard looms using excellent quality yarns to create a flawless and durable finish suitable for general domestic upholstery.
Fire Retardant treatable to: BS5852 (1) Cig and Match - Crib 5 BS5852 contract Uph (BS7176) - BS5867
You cannot avoid colour variations between production batches. Brockhall Designs cannot guarantee that current production batches will match previous orders or original samples batches. Where colour match is essential, please request a fabric cutting.
Natural Linen can have occasional ‘slubs’ in the weave this is a natural characteristic of the fibre which can occur within the fabric
The cloth which are suitable for upholstery use can be found in "fabrics" on the Brockhall Designs website. Refer to the fabric description for the ‘rub test’ for each fabric.
Please see the particular fabric for care instructions, not all the fabrics are washable. Most furnishing fabrics are not suited to regular washing and cleaning which can diminish both the handle and finish of the cloth.
If you are making loose covers or unlined curtains which you intend to wash and from a washable fabric, we advise you to pre-wash the fabric before you make up. When washing Brockhall Designs fabrics, use a powder/liquid that has no bleach or optical whiteners, wash at 30°c and do not tumble dry.
Must use a cool wash no more than 30 30 degrees, with only a short spin. Do not tumble dry and shake out thoroughly. Dry as flat as possible. Once dried slightly ease the covers back onto the furniture when still a little damp as this will force them to stretch back into the correct shape.