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Box 79341
Los Angeles, CO 90079

213-614-1757

Textiles for early twentieth century and Arts & Crafts decor. We've been sewing for over 20 years. Curtains, shades, bedding accessories and many more resources for those who admire vintage style.

Fabrics For Roller Shades

Our roller shade fabrics are made especially for shades and duplicate old fashioned varnish with a more eco-sensitive sizing. In fact, our natural fabric shades are recommended for people with vinyl or other chemical sensitivities.We strongly suggest emailing us to request the roller shade sample card (no charge).

The darker the fabric color, the more light blocking and in the past dark green was often used for this purpose. Rooms were kept dark when not in use to protect furniture and fabrics from sun and to keep them cooler in summer. Some of our fabrics are available with a light blocking coating that helps shade the room. This coating is white and will show on the roller if the shade is back rolled.

Naturals: We are delighted to have found these new natural linen & cotton roller shade fabrics, Perfect for 20th, 19th and even 18th century interiors as well as organic 21st century homes. Please order the sample card for a true look at the subtle variegated tones of these fabrics

  Natural Homespun

Natural Homespun

  Oyster Homespun

Oyster Homespun

  Natural Linen

Natural Linen

  Natural Cotton

Natural Cotton

Bungalow Cloth: A thicker, textured linen-cotton blend with a rich surface. Oatmeal is natural brown linen and natural off-white cotton. All others are solid colors. We can stencil on all colors except black.

  Bungalow Cloth, Black

Bungalow Cloth, Black

  Bungalow Cloth, Ecru

Bungalow Cloth, Ecru

  Bungalow Cloth, Oatmeal

Bungalow Cloth, Oatmeal

  Bungalow Cloth, White

Bungalow Cloth, White

Classic Cotton Shades: Traditional flat cotton, the white works very well with oyster linen and with oatmeal peasant linen. Ecru coordinates with ecru peasant linen - it is the color of a typical file folder. Antique gold is a parchment-y color seen in many vintage shades. We do not stencil on the green but it is a classic period shade color (think of old fashioned offices and green eye shades), often used for black-out. Use it alone or with natural linen curtains and valances. Dove coordinates with enzyme washed linen.

  Forest

Forest

  Dove

Dove

  White

White

  Antique Gold

Antique Gold

  Ecru

Ecru

Muslin Shades or Linen/Cotton Natural Shades: Muslin is off white with the slight texture of an unbleached, natural colored fabric. It coordinates with all our natural linens. Linen/Cotton has more texture(we call it slub) and looks great with natural linen or by itself. These are available in light blocking.

  Linen-Cotton

Linen-Cotton

  Muslin

Muslin

Cotton with light blocking backing: We now have a cotton shade fabric with a light blocking backing. The backing is white and will show on the roller with a back roll. We do not recommend using this cotton with the un-backed cotton (above) as the colors will always be a different dye lot and will not really match.

  Ecru Cotton with light blocking

Ecru Cotton with light blocking

  White Cotton with light blocking

White Cotton with light blocking

  Dove Cotton with light blocking

Dove Cotton with light blocking