Merton Sunflower Linen Union in Azalea from the Nesfield collection by Liberty Art Fabrics London. Is af fabric that is even more stunning in real life.
Merton Sunflower is a larger scale version of Morris' Sunflower design, originally printed in 1879 with blocks on wallpaper depicting a formalised pattern of sunflowers and grape vines with fruit. The fabric has been coloured in bold and rich hues which move away from how the design is usually represented, showcasing Liberty's talent for using colour in an individual and confident way.
Composition: 49% Linen, 38% Cotton, 13% Nylon
Usage: Upholstery, curtains and blinds, soft furnishings
Care: Dry clean only
Horizontal repeat: 70cm
Vertical repeat: 56cm
Rub test: Severe contract
Please note: The second image shows the full pattern repeat and width of roll
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