'Birds of Paradise' is a classic design from 1970s by Florence Broadhurst that suits vintage and modern interiors alike.
Colour: 'Navy' - blue, light grey, off-white
Basecloth: 100% polyester, approx 140cm wide. Slightly sheer linen-look basecloth.
Printed width: approx 138cm
Vertical pattern repeat: 59cm
Abrasion: 100,000 rubs Martindale
Price 105€/m. Sold by the linear half-metre. For example, to purchase 1m, select 0.5m length twice. It will be sent in one continuous piece. Fabric will be folded for shipment.
The placement of the pattern cannot be guaranteed to be the same as the image since we cut from the end of the piece. We can send photos of the actual piece we have in stock, please contact us.
This fabric has been digitally printed in Australia by Materialised under license.
Application: drapery and soft furnishings such as cushion covers.
Fabric care instructions: Warm wash, tumble dry at moderate temperature, ramping down to cool. Moderate iron. Dry clean 30. Possible 3% shrinkage. Do not wash or dry with any other articles.
About Florence Broadhurst
Florence Broadhurst was born in Australia in 1899 and lived an eclectic life. She was a showgirl, a world traveller, artist, designer and entrepreneur, known for her flamboyance. During the 1960s and 70s she designed and printed her collection of hundreds of luxurious wallpapers and textiles featuring nature and oriental inspired motifs.