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Fabrics Galore Bouclé Fabric is a Hit with Interior Influencers!

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Cream boucle coating fabric

Although this may not seem like one of the most obvious choices for an upholstery project, our cream boucle fabric has recently become a very popular option for furnishing projects. This super-soft and thick material is often used in dressmaking for oversized teddy bear coats but can also be used to transform your furniture into something even more special.

bouclé fabricInterior Maria, a Norwegian Interior and DIY Influencer on Instagram has treated us to the perfect example of how to use this bouclé fabric and decided to transform a basic occasional chair and daybed into something rather luxurious. She created a striking look for her home, with a soft and cosy finish that we are sure will keep her warm throughout the winter months. If you would like to learn more about how Maria transformed this gorgeous piece of furniture, feel free to visit her Instagram page for more information. https://www.instagram.com/interior.maria/ 

cream bouclé fabric for InteriorClearly there is a trend towards using the cream bouclé fabric for Interior Furnishing projects as it also turned up on @numberthirtysix_ on Instagram made by the creative Crafty Corona! Check out this gorgeous occasional chair for interiors’ inspiration. Needless to say, the cream boucle has been flying out of the door ever since and the good news is that we have re-stocked so you can shop for your boucle fabric in 9 different colourways now!

More ideas for using Dressmaking Fabrics in Furnishing Projects

There are so many different ways to use high-quality dressmaking fabrics in your crafting projects, including home furnishings. Here at Fabrics Galore, we always work hard to provide our customers with a diverse range of luxurious fabrics, and these don’t only have to be used when you’re making garments. We are here to inspire our customers to be creative and come up with new, imaginative designs.

One of the most popular ways to switch up your home’s interior is by working on upholstery projects like Interior Maria, which is where fabrics can be used for the soft covering of your furniture including chairs and sofas. Dressmaking fabrics can actually be a great choice for upholstery, so no matter whether you are looking to upgrade your existing furniture or revamp a new purchase, we can help you. 

Cotton fabric 

As one of the most commonly used fabrics in the world, cotton is not only great for dressmaking but upholstery projects too. For garments, cotton is often the go-to choice for dresses, skirts, tops and loungewear - just to name a few uses - and is considered one of the most durable choices you can make in terms of materials. This durable, natural fabric is widely available across our website and comes in a variety of styles and textures, including plains and printed cotton. In terms of upholstery, cotton can be used to truly transform your furniture and provides good resistance to wear, fading, and pilling.

Velvet fabric

Velvet is often considered a wonderful alternative to more traditional fabrics when it comes to dressmaking and is the ideal material for a dress or top. As well as being used for creating garments, velvet is a great option for various furniture projects. Upholstery is often its most popular purpose within the home, so whether your choice of colour is muted, such as a darker red, or vibrant, such as with a much brighter yellow, you can be sure that this is a material which will stand the test of time. Here at Fabrics Galore, our velvet fabrics are very high quality, available in a variety of colours and patterns - the perfect choice for any special furnishing projects you are looking to work on.

Linen fabric

Linen is not only a very popular fabric for dressmaking but also regularly makes an appearance in home decor. This is a classic upholstery fabric which stands the test of time is normally blended with other natural fibres to reduce wrinkling. When used on a sofa or chair, the finish looks truly beautiful and is a more affordable fabric for anyone who is looking to achieve an up-market finish. Linen is also fairly resistant to fading and pilling, but we would recommend only using this fabric in more informal areas of your home as it can be prone to wrinkle over time. In general, linen is a brilliant choice if you want a sustainable fabric for your furniture.

Contact Fabrics Galore for Furnishing Inspiration

Here at Fabrics Galore, we are here to help and provide you with the inspiration you need to create unique pieces for your home. We have sourced the highest quality fabrics from some of your favourite fabrics brands, so you know we are the business you can rely on. To learn more about how we can help you, please call us on 020 7738 9589, and we would be happy to assist.


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