chintz

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a brightly printed and glazed cotton fabric

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That she has, after 28 years spent in the Indian department at the Victoria and Albert Museum--where she presently holds the position of Senior Curator for South Asia--chosen to revisit an old favourite theme of Indian chintzes has its reasons.
The Edwardian style is hallmarked by the furnishings which include elegant wood panelling, stained glass windows, richly colored wool carpets from Thailand, fabrics in country-colored chintzes, lamps and vases from the Orient, exclusively designed reproduction and antique furniture, marble bathrooms, four poster beds and open fireplaces.
The Romantic pieces resonate back to the great country houses of Northern Europe, with faded chintzes, antique pine and white washed finishes, and old-world hardware.
Essential Ashley: Chintzes, roses and all things refined.
Silks, mercerized cotton, shiny jacquards, rayon-warp chenilles and even some chintzes showed up and were well-received.
Mulberry also introduced a less expensive line of prints called Swiss Christmas, as well as its first floral chintzes.
Rose Cumming, originally known for its chintzes and silks, now offers everything from wovens to velvets, in fabric as well as wallcoverings.