Liberty Interiors Fabric Katherine Nouveau Jade C Emberton Linen

£140.00 per m

The Modern Archive Collection

Liberty was at the forefront of the revival of Art Nouveau and Arts and Crafts designs in the late 1950s. Derived from a 1960s Arts and Crafts style design, Katherine Nouveau has previously appeared on scarves, dress fabrics and furnishing fabrics.

A heavyweight high performance luxurious linen. The finishing process provides a superior hand feel and an elegant drape. A small percentage of nylon fibre provides excellent structural stability, high performance abrasion, plus protection against wear and tear. This fabric has a soft and natural appearance that makes it perfect for both luxurious residential and general contract use, as it can be FR treated to contract standards.

Fabric Type: Emberton Linen
Composition: 91% Linen, 9% Polyamide
Usage:  Upholstery, Drapery, Cushions
Horizontal/Vertical repeat: 18.5cm/41.5cm
Pattern Match: 134cm
Fabric Width: 140cm
Care: Iron at moderate temperature, Dry clean only

Please note that above 1m (minimum order) you can order in10cm increments. If you would like to order a different amount or more than 20 metres please contact us.  This product is specially cut and delivered individually and therefore non-returnable.

Please see below for information regarding samples, delivery and combining orders.  

Product Price

You can order up to 5 samples of Liberty Interiors fabric.  Please do so by clicking below. Please note the name of the Interior sample you would like to order, you will need it while ordering samples.  These are priced at £2.50 per sample plus £3.50 flat rate postage.  The sample size is approximately 7″ x 6″ (18cm x 16cm)

Liberty Interiors Fabric Samples

Delivery will typically take around 4 weeks as we order this fabric in specially for each customer.  Delivery costs £3.50 flat rate to UK customers.

Please note:  Orders for Liberty Interiors fabric cannot be combined with other Alice Caroline products or other fabric.  This is a bespoke service and orders must be treated separately.