Just Dropped, Ticking 01 and Angus Stripe

We’ve teamed up with Ian Mankin to launch our very first striped fabrics, Ticking 01 and Angus Stripe. Offering a choice of finish, colours and textures, these two new best-selling fabrics will give you the opportunity to bring a real burst of individuality to your home.

Using stripes in your scheme, depending on how you use them, can be elegant, contemporary, fun and charming. Whether your room would look better with vertical or horizontal stripes depends on the height, width and of course, your own personal taste. For all the rest, we’ve got you covered…

Meet Ticking 01

A classic Ticking striped fabric which has a beautiful, tailored finish. With its tightly woven cotton, Ticking 01 is wonderfully durable and can be used not only for curtains + blinds but for throw cushions and to upholster furniture. Hitting a fine balance between relaxed and formal, interiors with Ticking curtains + blinds will give your space an industrial yet modern feel. Consisting of one thick stripe bordered by two thinner stripes, this is a bold print without being too much. Best of all Ticking 01 is made in the UK and is priced more affordably for a patterned fabric. Available in 17 colours inspired by nature, from pastel pinks to night sky navies, choose Ticking 01 to add character to your home.

Meet Angus Stripe

Angus Stripe, our second newcomer, is a more rustic, striped linen fabric that will coordinate well with any interior. Creating a more relaxed vibe than Ticking 01, Angus Stripe is made of 100% woven linen and is reminiscent of vintage Hungarian grain sacks, where the inspiration for the fabric came from. Available in 6 classic colours including navy and red, you will be instantly transported to wherever your imagination takes you, be it a balmy beach house or a classically chic Mediterranean villa. The versatility of the Angus Stripe means you can add it to virtually any scheme and it won’t look out of place. Why not mix and match colours or stripe patterns between your curtains, throws and cushions?

As with all of our fabrics, these two new collections are made from natural, recycled and organic fibres. They are also environmentally friendly, with no chemicals added to the fabrics and are made in the UK meaning no extra carbon emissions.