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Product Description

Pure Morris North, is an awe-inspiring collection of embroideries, prints and weaves, made using the finest fabrics and showcasing world-class embroidery and printing techniques. Well loved archive designs have been carefully reworked to reflect the colours and drama of the Nordic outdoors, inspired by the diaries of William Morris’s 1871 expedition. Calming neutrals such as Linen and Cloud Grey are accented by subtle watercolour tones including Faded Sea Pink and the dramatic Black Ink. Six embroideries, five prints and two weaves make up Pure Morris North, where historic patterns and intricate embellishments nestle alongside chunky textures, evocative of Icelandic landscape and culture.

Product Information

Care

2, Do not machine wash, Do not bleach, Suitable for dry cleaning, consult specialist dry cleaning service , Do not tumble dry

Collection

Pure Morris North

Brand

Morris & Co

Product Type

Fabric

Usage

Curtains, Blinds, Cushions

Composition

91% Viscose 9% Polyester

Flammability Standards

S - Straight match

Vertical Pattern Repeat

85cm

Horizontal Pattern Repeat

65.2cm

Width

130cm

Weight

312gsm

Pattern Match

Treatable to BS5867 P2TB

Style

Florals & Botanicals

End Use

Curtains, Blinds, Cushions

Morris & Co

Acanthus Weave

Code AcanthusWeave_Fabric

£99.00 per metre

 

Acanthus Weave/Black Ink

Colours

Selected: Please select a colourway.

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Curtains

Measuring units

Curtain pole/track width

The length of your track or pole end to end (excluding pole finials). Between 40 - 700 cm.

Finished curtain length

Finished length is from the very top of the curtain to the bottom hem. Between 40 - 355 cm.

Curtain heading options

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Pinch Pleat Options

Eyelet size

Eyelet colour

Lining options

Lining Colour

Interlining options

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Number of widths

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How full would you like your curtains?

Curtain type

Quantity

How many pairs of curtains required?/How many single curtains required?

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Blinds

Measuring units

Finished blind width

Between 30 - 200 cm.

Finished blind length

Between 40 - 200 cm.

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Fitting inside the Window Reveal

1. Measure the length from the top of the reveal to the sill in several places as your window may not be square, and choose the length that best suits. This is the finished length of your blind.

2. Measure the width of the reveal at its narrowest point. Subtract 1cm from the reveal width; allowing for a 5mm clearance to each side. This gives your finished width.

Note: Complete blackout will not be achieved.

Tip: Ensure that the blind is far enough away from the window handles to prevent obstruction. You may need to fix the blind to the ceiling of the reveal.

Inside the window reveal

Fitting Outside the Window Reveal

1. Decide on your preferred blind position. The top of the blind usually looks best at 10cm above the reveal. For the hem position, blinds usually fall 5-15cm below the sill (or to the sill if the sill projects).

Measure the length between the top of the blind and the hem position. This is the finished length (measure in several places to find the length that best suits).

2. Measure the reveal width. Now decide how much the blind is to overhang beyond the reveal and add this to your reveal width (usually at least 5cm to each side, check for obstructions). This gives your finished width.

Outside the window reveal

Lining options

Lining Colour

Interlining options

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Blind chain location

Quantity of blinds

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Cushions

Cushion shape

Select a size

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Cushion Filler

Quantity

How many cushions are required?

Please note: If you require Pattern Repeat please contact us on 028 4062 2666.

Order summary

Morris & Co

Acanthus Weave

£99.00

Product Description

Pure Morris North, is an awe-inspiring collection of embroideries, prints and weaves, made using the finest fabrics and showcasing world-class embroidery and printing techniques. Well loved archive designs have been carefully reworked to reflect the colours and drama of the Nordic outdoors, inspired by the diaries of William Morris’s 1871 expedition. Calming neutrals such as Linen and Cloud Grey are accented by subtle watercolour tones including Faded Sea Pink and the dramatic Black Ink. Six embroideries, five prints and two weaves make up Pure Morris North, where historic patterns and intricate embellishments nestle alongside chunky textures, evocative of Icelandic landscape and culture.