Plains

We can manufacture various proportions of ribs and repps and are one of the few companies in Britain that can offer glazing and moiré finishing techniques.

We frequently see the use of plain lustring to compliment a large figured damask that is the main focus for the room. These can be seen in many of the nations most iconic buildings, ranging from National Trust properties to Royal Palaces.

Contemporary designers also use this type of plain fabric to create textural surfaces in subtle shades, to work within larger decorative schemes.

 

View our Pure Plain fabrics…

These plain fabrics encompass block colour effects and all over  surfaces that offer customers a go too plain for their unique interior.  The historically accurate plain fabrics we create include Moire, Bombazine, Poplin, Lute, Tammy, Banner Cloth, Lustring, Satins and Sarsnet. These are used as both linings and feature cloths.

View our Textured Plain fabrics…

These plain fabrics encompass block colour effects and all over  surfaces that offer customers a go too plain for their unique interior.  The historically accurate plain fabrics we create include Moire, Bombazine, Poplin, Lute, Tammy, Banner Cloth, Lustring, Satins and Sarsnet. These are used as both linings and feature cloths.

You may also be interested in articles about ‘The Wool Trade of East Anglia‘ and ‘Super Shiny Silks‘ that discuss plain fabrics in more detail.

View examples of this fabric on Our Work page. If you have any questions about the types of fabric we create, see our contact page.

Lustring, bombazine and other plain fabrics on Humphries Weaving's Instagram

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