*Imperial Waratah Indigo Heavyweight Furnishing Linen, 350gsm
A true Utopia Goods classic, the Waratah’s intricate flowers and unusual leaves evoke the artistry of a bygone era, English manors and Indian Chintzs. The horizontal design is the ultimate print for drapery and favourite upholstery pieces.
Perfect for any manner of soft furnishings, our 100% linen fabric, is exclusively available to purchase through the studio direct or via one of our Textile Agencies (both Australian and International), is ideal for all general furniture upholstery, cushions and drapes.
For more information or to order swatches please contact the studio on +61 2 9357 4477 or email email@example.com or one of our agencies.
Designed in Australia. Handmade and printed in India.
Utopia Goods, as the name suggests, draws inspiration from the Australian bush and its beautiful and unique plant life. The emphasis is on the textile’s detail and colour, and an overall superior quality of the fabric production.
Utopia Goods holds the highest esteem for goods that are crafted by hand and all the fabrics are hand screened printed in Jaipur – home to the best hand printing in the world. The linens are woven to the highest specifications and our furnishing fabrics are used in domestic and commercial interior projects worldwide. The philosophy is underpinned by producing a product that is not mass produced and honors the people who make it. All fabrics are made to the highest ethical and working standards.
Based in Sydney, Australia, under the direction of Sophie Tatlow and Bruce Slorach. Utopia Goods endeavors to produce fabric keepsakes or mementos that stand the test of time. The artwork is unmistakably Australian, the final product a re-imagined beauty.
Furnishing Linen 350gsm
- Width 144cm / 56.7”
- Repeat 31 x 36cm / 12.2” x 14.2” (half drop)
Due to the handmade nature of our fabric slight variations in colour and weave may occur throughout, please consider this part of the fabrics charm and its story. Keep out of direct sunlight to avoid excessive fading.