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Clarke & Clarke launches Patagonia

The new collection of furnishing fabrics – available at Maishaa - is versatile and perfect for a summer makeover

A name to reckon with internationally when it comes to high quality furnishing fabrics, Clarke & Clarke has launched the new collection of furnishing fabrics Studio G Patagonia, available at Maishaa. It is a charming collection of versatile fabrics in subtle shades that can be used in a multitude of ways.

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As summer nears, embrace these new cool and luxurious fabrics. Studio G Patagonia fabrics feature muted tones of pastels and allow you to add mesmerizing textures and lustrous highlights to your space. The Glacier range showcases bold herringbone weave in jacquard fabric with a composition of polyester, cotton and viscose. Both Moreno and Valdez are jacquard weaves in polyester and viscose that subtly emphasize colour contrasts and iridescent yarns.


With their beautiful texture and great fall, the Patagonia fabrics lend themselves to multiple interior purposes such as cushion covers, made-to-measure curtains and custom-made Roman blinds, elegant upholstery and other home accessories. From muted linen and olive to rich damson and ruby, the choice of eleven colour schemes makes this collection all the more versatile.

Clarke & Clarke has a dedicated strategy of bringing high quality fabrics and wallpapers to customers at affordable prices. Customers have embraced this philosophy and Clarke & Clarke is now present in more than 75 countries around the world, which are serviced from their UK headquarters in Haslingden, Lancashire.

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