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
Harry’s madefrom 100% linen: a strong natural textile that’ll only get softer with age.It’ll feel cool in summer and warm in winter, so you can use it all year round.And it’s dotted with slubs: raised and knobblythreadsthat are a part of linen’s character.
The look & feel
There’s some weight toour Harry linen,but it’swovenwithfine yarns, so it’s softer,lighterand smootherthan amore heavilytextured linen like Finian.It’s alsoyarn dyed, whichmeansthatthe threads are dyed before they’re woven,which is what gives it such a greatdepth of colourand interesting variation.
Our Harry linencomes inseveralshades, each one inspired by nature.This one,Rose Hip,isarichredwith adose ofpink,just a touch of orange(although it’smuchless orange thanHarryRust)andwith more softness than a true, pillar-box red. Think of it as the colour of a rose’s hips come autumn.
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, slubbylook suitslaidback rooms.Try pairingthe Rose Hip colourwaywith deep shades of green (like our Olive cushions and upholstery fabrics) for an eclectic, heritage look. Or, use it to enliven a largely neutral or grey-toned scheme.