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Online retailer Curtains Made Simple unveils new line
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Jan '13
Always striving to offer the best possible service and latest interior design trends, Curtains Made Simple is responding to consumer need for more choice and flexibility by adding to its ever-increasing online range in 2013. The 8 new Clarke & Clarke collections – Astrid, Boutique, Java, Lombok, Mataka, New England, Silky and Wild Garden – went live on the Curtains Made Simple website earlier this week.

Curtains Made Simple said "The new Clarke & Clarke collections are a fantastic addition to the fabric range, and are perfect for all those looking to replace their curtains in the New Year and give their home a new look! They will no doubt be hugely popular with our customers."

The new collections are varied in style, texture and color, and in total have added over 300 new fabrics to the Curtains Made Simple range. Each of the collections is displayed to its fullest potential with some stunning roomshots on the Curtains Made Simple website.

The Scandinavian styled Astrid fabric collection offers a selection of 100% cotton with a simple, organic feel, in muted color schemes such as Natural, Taupe and Heather. This modern range of striped, floral and geometric patterns from Clarke & Clarke make wonderful curtains, cushions and roman blinds for the home.

The Boutique fabric collection is a sophisticated yet interesting collection of various stripes, featuring elaborate fabric structures such as ikat ottoman, chevron and satin. The 6 different designs include both wide and narrow striped patterns, in a range of color schemes from bright sorbet and spice to more subtle, demure shades such as ivory and carbon.

For those wanting a versatile fabric to coordinate with other furnishings, the Java fabric collection is a plain slub satin available in 50 various shades. This multi-purpose addition from Clarke & Clarke is ideal for all made-to-measure decorative furnishings, fitting well into either classic or contemporary styled interiors.

Lombok fabric collection combines Balinese influences, ikat styles and an exotic color palette to create a striking set of fabrics. Printed on soft linen-look cotton, this wonderful Clarke & Clarke collection can be used to spice up any home interior through curtains, cushions, bean bags and roman blinds.

The Matka fabric collection can also bring a natural, organic feel to the home, through neutral shades such as oatmeal, straw and marshmallow. This semi-plain fabric has a silk look style, and has been subtly woven with different yarn variations for an interesting look, making it ideal for coordinating with a range of color schemes and fabric styles.

Clarke & Clarke’s New England fabric collection features sophisticated stripes and coordinating plains on durable cotton, in various bright and muted shades such as Charcoal, Citrus and Raspberry. The heavy duty fabric is both soft and hard-wearing, making it ideal for blinds, drapery and upholstery.


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