Matchstick Banksia Blue Furnishing Linen
The Matchstick Banksia is a unique plant, endemic to the Avon River Basin, named for its distinctive bright pink, cream and yellow flowers tipped in green. It is estimated that there are as few as 500 plants left in the wild. The Matchstick Banksia is one of the 30 plants that the Australian Government has prioritised under the Threatened Species Strategy.
This beautiful wild and vibrant print not only honours native flora but is 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.
Please note this fabric has been delayed due to a Covid19 pandemic logistics hold up and the stock is due June 15th -25th. Thank you for your patience.
|Ground:||100% linen, 300gsm|
144 cm / 56.7”
34 x 72 cm / 13” x 28”
|Usage:||Drapery and domestic upholstery|
|Origin:||Designed in Australia, handmade and printed in India.|
Gentle hand wash in cold water. Do not tumble dry, soak or bleach. Iron at medium setting if necessary. Keep out of direct sunlight to avoid excessive fading.
Due to the hand made nature of our fabric slight variations in colour and weave may occur throughout the fabric, please consider this part of the fabric’s charm and its story.