Sneak Preview – Significant Colour by the metre…

At last you can buy Significant Colour by the metre!! Or rather my furnishing fabrics…

I’m happy to announce a sneak preview of my new fabrics available by the metre ONLINE at John Lewis. So Far there are three designs available with more to follow later in September.

VORTEX is a graphic, quintessentially ‘Ptolemy’ fabric… strong, undulating bands of Ikat colour in a large-scale repeat. Would make a FABULOUS blind or curtains and of course you could always make your own cushions. It’s digitally printed on a cotton satin, glossy saturated colour at it’s best. A beautiful; crisp fabric available in 2 colourways:

Yellow – Citrus lime – lemon yellow with tonal royal and turquoise blues. A flash of sunshine and blue skies brought int your living room.

Charcoal (Multi) – Sultry dark grey and white undulating alongside a beautiful magenta, framed with deep turquoise and a flash of warm lime green down the middle. perfect for bedroom cushions or windows.

ALACHA  is a clever alternative to the simple stripe. An everyday Ikat fabric that will bring a touch of the unusual to your interior. So far available in GOLD with more colours to follow…I’ve shown a detail of the Gold but the curtain shot shows Alacha in Charcoal (coming soon).

I’m very keen to encourage sales, if you know anyone who might like these please forward! If anyone abroad wants to order the fabrics let me know at and I can arrange an order for you to be sent anywhere worldwide. Cushions are still available online too….

Hope you like them!










About Ptolemy Mann

Ptolemy Mann is a textile artist, designer and architectural colour consultant
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