Like our Hugo fabric, Harry’s a hardwearing linen that’s good for furniture you use day in, day out. It has a finer, smoother texture than Hugo though, with slight variations in the colour that give it a vintage feel. And it’s just a little more rumpled, for those who like the classic linen look.
Design & engineering
Like all our plain linens, Harry’s yarn dyed. This means the threads are dyed before they’re woven, for a greater depth of colour. It comes in five natural shades – this one’s Mortar, an earthy brown with cream flecks. It has an organic feel that goes well with natural materials, like wood and stone.
Where we see it
As Harry’s one of our more hardwearing linens, it’s good for sofas and chairs that get used all the time, and its relaxed look suits laidback rooms. The natural flecks make a good partner for other organic fabrics, such as wool and tweed.
100% linen. Harry’s made of fine yarns, tightly woven together, so it’s both soft and strong. It’ll feel cool in summer and warm in winter, so you can use it all year round.
A note on slubs
Joining these fibres together creates raised parts in the thread, known as slubs. They’re not flaws, just part of the fabric’s character.
How it looks
Harry’s smooth, with a slight sheen. It’s got the gently crumpled look that comes with pure linen.
How it feels
There’s some weight to Harry, but it’s made of fine yarns, so it’s softer and lighter than a textured linen like Finian.