James Hare Portobello Faux Silk is named after London's fashionable Portobello Road. Portobello Road celebrated 150 years of trading in 2015 just like James Hare. Portobello Faux Silk draw on the colourful history and heritage of the city's vibrant Notting Hill district for this decorative collection; home to one of the capital's oldest and most notable street markets know for its eclectic mix of antiques and fashion. Portobello Faux Silk is ideal for upholstery and soft furnishings.
Calypso is a cotton/linen mix fabric inspired by the Afro-Caribbean music at the heart of the Notting Hill Carnival. Carnival Stripe is a cotton/linen mix fabric which is brightly coloured and full of movement; beautifully embroidered wave shaped stripes feature in this ribbon twist - a myriad of colour on natural linen. Piparo is inspired by Piparo forest, home to one of Calypso music's most legendary artists; metallic weave options on dark coloured grounds, this delightful jacquard is bold and playful. The coral shaped design has a quirky fun vibe making a statement impact with its strong contrasting colours. Portobello Flower is an intricate embroidered flower on a natural linen base giving exceptional drape. Hand-cut velvet buds create texture and depth which is almost three dimensional and featuring a subtle graduation of colour. Westbourne Damask Silk is a spectacular pure silk embroidered and corded damask. Its striking bright and bold colours enhance the raised effect. Traditional with a contemporary twist, the silk takes its name from London's popular Westbourne Grove which crosses Portobello Road.
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