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Geometric Triangles Cotton Fabric

by Annabel Perrin

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  • made in britain

A show-stopping geometric fabric in soft grey and electric orange, ideal for curtains, blinds, light upholstery and soft furnishings.

Use this striking designer fabric to make a statement and liven up your living space. The pop of orange really gives this fabric its edge and we think it looks fab with industrial accessories and when paired with modern grey walls. A great choice for nearly every room.

'Geometric Triangles' is part of Annabel's Architecture collection. The range is inspired by iconic British architecture and popular landmarks. This particular print captures structural elements of the Tyne Bridge, Newcastle. You may also recognise mid-century design influences.

Priced per metre.

If you need to colour match a fabric against an existing wallpaper/fabric shade, please get in touch via the ‘ask seller a question’ button to request a sample.

made from:

100% cotton (309gsm)


The fabric width is approximately 145cm. Repeat size; Across - 4.3 cm, Down - 3cm. Pattern match – Standard

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