Our Favourite Fabric Houses - Rapture & Wright
It's no secret -
we love Rapture & Wright fabrics...
...so it only seemed right that they should be the first to feature in our series of blogs: 'Our Favourite Fabric Houses'
Rapture & Wright's latest range, a hand-printed collection, designed as part of a year long project with the Arts & Crafts house, Standen in West Sussex.
Rapture & Wright's 'Walled Garden' - a graphic silhouette of espaliered fruit trees inspired by William Morris.
Rapture & Wright's 'Webbs Wonder' - named after the architect of the Arts & Crafts Standen House.
Rapture & Wright's 'Daisy Chain'. The design is inspired by a filigree brass doorplate at Standen House.
Rapture & Wright's 'Gable End', inspired by the roofline at Standen House.
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Whether you want contemporary wooden curtain pole, something more traditional in oak with a lime or wax finish, or a curtain pole with a colour twist - think gloss lacquers, matt lacquers, and colour washes, Walcot House has it all.
Real Oak wooden curtain poles available from Walcot House. Choose from waxed, limed, smoked or tawny, as well as unfinished so you can add your own unique touch to these 50mm diameter curtain poles.
For a more classic aesthetic, but with on trend bird motifs, we love Lewis and Wood fabrics, which are largely manufactured in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Shown here with Walcot House co-ordinating curtain poles.
What curtain pole length do I need?
Measure the width of your window (cm)
Add a minimum of 15cm either side, preferably more, but for full curtains or wide windows allow at least 25cm if you have the room, excluding finials (decorative pole ends).
Choose a stock length or cut to size yourself for non standard lengths (we promise it's really easy!)
Helpful tip: Ensure there is room for your finials beyond the ends of your pole.
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