Wool Fabrics This Winter

With the recent dips in temperature in New York City, we find ourselves trying hard to keep warm as we head into the winter months. One fabric that is certain to add some warmth to your home this fall and winter season is wool. Wool upholstery on your furnishings will help to create a cozy environment for you and your family, especially during the holiday season.

 

Ralph Lauren’s Keighley Plaid Fabric in Shetland at DecoratorsBest

 

Beacon Hill’s Rush Reed Fabric in Twine at DecoratorsBest

One of our favorite manufacturers, Clarke & Clarke is breathing new life into wool fabrics. Their Sartorial Wools collection of pure virgin wool fabrics, “is reminiscent of the sartorial look found in Savile Row, London.”

Photo via Clarke & Clarke

As you can see, these tailored prints and patterns give a modern twist to this traditional style.

Clarke & Clarke Savile Fabric in Charcoal at DecoratorsBest

 

Clarke & Clarke Tailored Check Fabric in Natural at DecoratorsBest

Want to add a rustic look and feel to your interiors? Wool fabrics are the perfect choice.

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Wool plaid fabrics, like Schumacher’s Montana Wool Plaid Fabric in Java, will help achieve a rustic, yet sophisticated look in your home.

Schumacher’s Montana Wool Plaid Fabric in Java at DecoratorsBest

Wool is an excellent insulator and is incredibly durable.

Photo via House Beautiful

These wool curtains will encase your room in warmth all season long.

Ralph Lauren’s Burke Wool Plain Fabric in Camel Hair at DecoratorsBest

So this winter, make your home comfortable and inviting with wool. To see our extensive wool fabrics collection head over to DecoratorsBest.

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