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Westray Meteor (Pure New Wool - UA226311)

Availability: In stock

Westray Meteor (pure New Wool - Ua226311) In

Westray Meteor (Pure New Wool - UA226311)

Availability: In stock


Where To Buy

To purchase this fabric, please see our list of Stockists.

For Trade enquiries, please contact us at interiorstrade@johnstonscashmere.com for further assistance.

Description

Pure new wool fabric. Suitable for curtain making and upholstery.

 

Northern Lights - Grey Mist - Grey is the key colour for enigmatic seascapes and is used in this fabric collection as a thoughtful backdrop for more animated shades and delicate neutrals. The fabrics range from greys tinted with green, through to warm, smoky brownish greys and others tinged with hues of soothing blue.

 

Suitability - General Contract .

Suitable for curtains Suitable for curtains

 

Fabric Details:

Width: 140cm.

FR & Teflon treated.

100% Pure New Wool.

Fabric Information

We recommended that you order a fabric sample before buying to check colour, scale and suitability.

 

Width: Most fabrics are approx 140cm wide, with the exception of tweed fabrics which are generally 150cm wide.

 

Cleaning Instructions

Care Instructions

 

All fabrics are suitable for curtains, cushions and general domestic upholstery (except Portsoy and Cullen Designs). Tain Design fabric is suitable for Severe Contract (if treated with a BS5852 Part 2 ignition source 5 finish). Portsoy Design fabrics are not recommended for upholstery. Cullen is recommended for occasional domestic use only. Scotch Guarding can be arranged on all fabric if required

 

Colour Matching - We cannot guarantee precise colour matching against samples or between different batches. Where colour matching is important, we recommend that a stock cutting is requested