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Textile Care

Our fabrics are carefully crafted by skilled artisans at our factory in India, with a deep appreciation for detail. We take pride in the fact that each piece is made by hand, which gives them a unique quality that we embrace. Please note that slight imperfections may occur in the fabric due to this method, but it should not be considered a fault and only adds to the character.

Colour Variation

Our linen fabrics are natural and not dyed, which can cause them to fade when exposed to direct sunlight. As for our cotton fabrics, they may have visible cotton slubs and joins that do not spoil their appearance and are an inevitable by-product of the weaving process.

It's important to note that each batch of our fabrics may vary in shade, particularly those that are hand-embroidered, block-printed, or screen-printed. Additionally, accurately capturing the fabric's colour in photography is notoriously difficult. Our natural fabrics are dyed using natural dyes, and our embroidery and block print fabrics are handmade.

Washing & Care Instructions

To care for our delicate fabrics, we recommend lightly vacuuming with an upholstery nozzle to prevent dust build-up. In the event of a stain, dab it promptly with a dry absorbent kitchen towel or cloth. For more stubborn stains, gently wipe with a damp cloth, being careful to avoid watermarks. For extra stubborn stains, we recommend using a product like Vanish Carpet & Upholstery cleaner, but please read the instructions carefully and pre-test on a small, discreet area.

 

While some of our fabrics may be hand-washable, we recommend professional dry cleaning for most of our fabrics and cushions. 

Sun Damage 

All reverse printed linens and cottons will fade if left in direct sunlight over time, although modern glass is often UV protective which will help. Window seats are particularly vunerable and can be a challenge for paler colours. To avoid fading, do not leave outside for long periods, when not in use. The natural linen we print on will fade in direct sun.

Finally, remember to plump up your cushions regularly to maintain their shape and prevent feather migration.

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