John Lewis Botanist Garden Fabric
- John Lewis
- Colour Palette
- Red, Pink & Purple
- Eligible for International Delivery
- Fabric Pattern Repeat
- Fabric Roll Length
- Fabric Width
- Made in the UK
- 51% cotton, 49% linen
- Washing Instructions
- Dry clean only
This fabric can be ordered by the metre or made up into curtains or roman blinds. Orders can be placed over the phone or in one of our shops.
To order this fabric call 0845 610 0358. To order curtains or roman blinds, please call 0845 610 0356 with your window measurements and preferred options to hand.
To order this fabric call 0845 610 0358 or visit one of our shops.
If your chosen fabric is in stock, we will usually deliver it within 5 working days.
You can also order this fabric as a made-to-measure curtain.
Our curtains are available in a variety of heading types: pencil pleat, double or triple pinch pleat, eyelet or tab top.
You can customise your curtain with alternative lining weights and colours. For eyelet curtains, a selection of eyelet finishes is available.
For options, see the image thumbnails 1-3 above.
To order curtains, please call 0845 610 0356 with your window measurements and preferred options to hand.
Once we have accepted your order and checked the fabric is in stock you should receive your custom-made item/s within 7 days.
Measuring up for curtains:
For the best possible fit, take time to measure your window carefully. We suggest using a metal tape measure for accuracy. The first step is to decide if you want your curtains to hang from a track or a pole, both of which should be positioned 15cm (6 inches) above the window and extend 15-20cm (6-8 inches) either side. We advise fitting the track or pole before taking measurements.
Measure the total width of the track or pole (excluding the finials) – do not measure the window unless it is wall-to-wall. Also allow for overlap - this is an additional measurement, normally 2.5cm (1 inch), which ensures the hanging curtains to overlap in the middle when they are closed.
Measuring curtain drop:
Before measuring the drop, decide whether you want your curtains to fall to the sill, below the sill or to the floor.
For information, see the image thumbnails 4-5 above.
You can also order this fabric as a made-to-measure roman blind.
You can customise your selection with alternative mechanisms and cord positioning. For options, see the image thumbnail 6 above.
To order roman blinds, please call 0845 610 0356 with your window measurements and preferred options to hand.
Once we've accepted your order and checked the fabric is in stock you should receive your custom-made item/s within 7 days.
Measuring up for roman blinds:
Use a metal tape measure and make a note of your measurements to the nearest millimetre.
Measuring a blind inside a window recess:
Make sure the recess your blind is going into is not obstructed in any way, so the blind can hang freely when fully extended.
The depth of the recess should be at least 75mm (3 inches) to accommodate the operating mechanism.
Measure the total width from A to B and the length from C to D (see image 7). To allow for slight variation, measure this width at several points and make a note of the narrowest measurement.
Measuring a blind outside a window recess:
Decide how far you want the fabric to overlap on all sides – we recommend at least 45mm (1 ¾ inches). For roller blinds, add a further 38mm (1 ½ inches) for the winding mechanism
Measure the width from E to F (see image 7), and the length from G to H
For information, see the image thumbnail 7 above.
Size restrictions: Minimum and maximum widths and drops apply to custom-made items. We'll advise you on these when taking your order.
Delivery in 7 days from our supplier
Our usual refund policy does not apply to made-to-order products, which cannot be returned or exchanged unless faulty.
If you decided to cancel your made-to-order product for any reason, it is unlikely that we could sell it to another customer at full selling price. We will therefore charge a cancellation fee of 20% of the order price.
Neither of the above conditions affect your statutory rights when goods are faulty, or not as described. For more information; see returns and refunds information.
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