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Art Deco Fabrics – 1920s and 30s upholstery


You’re not going to find a period sofa in your local sofa emporium, but you can have one made. And if you’re doing that – and want an Art Deco look – you can pick up the material at Art Deco Fabrics.

All the cloths are re-issues of original 1920s and 30s cut moquette designs, mainly for use with upholstery, but are also good for curtain making, wall covering or screen making. And if you don’t know a good furniture-maker, the company will be launching a range of Art Deco chairs and sofas that be upholstered with the fabric of your choice.

Delivery time is six weeks and all stock is limited – see the website for the full range.

Art Deco Fabrics website

  • Great fabrics. Retro fabrics are very hard to come by. We try to hunt them down because retro furniture is very popular and now people need fabrics to upholster them with.

  • Keith

    Is the link broken? I can’t access
    I get a “forbidden” message.
    Do you have links to other art deco fabtic stores?

  • Lynell D. Robertson

    I cannot find this website either, I also get a forbidden message. Maybe the fabrics are to the trade only? Decogal

  • Jolanda

    I can’t access this website either, does anyone have any information about other sources of art deco fabrics?

  • Art deco Djoeke Wessing

    The artdeco fabrics are mine,and somebody in England tried to selle them. But there is no permission anymore! If you like to see them, look at my website or artdeco amsterdam

  • Larissa Marno

    Do you sell upholst fabric online and post to New Zealand?