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How to Use Aztec Fabric in your Home

Have you ever considered Aztec Fabric for your home or interior schemes, but not sure where to start or how to introduce the bold pattern into your home?

Colourful, bold, and full of detailed geometric pattern, aztec design fabric can suit many interior schemes from traditional to modern. If you are looking for that extra lift for your room, Aztec designs are perfect for adding detailed patterns to create interest into your home and additionally a great alternative to the popular floral. The versatile designs will naturally create eye-catching areas in your home and create a layered eclectic interior that will remind you of far flung travels.

Subtle Touches

Subtle Touches

If you are looking for a delicate touch of pattern to introduce into your home, a good place to start is using Aztec prints on accessories throughout the interior. Aztec tribal print fabric is particularly popular.

The Boho Craft fabric is suitable for making with many crafting projects; how about using the soft cotton to make into Aztec bunting to decorate a kid’s room, or maybe using the design to make a patchwork quilt. It is a great way to add the busy pattern in small areas to your home and will create interest.

Aztec Fabrics for Traditional Interiors

Aztec Fabrics for Traditional Interiors

If you have a traditional interior, a tapestry Aztec design will work well, they will make a formal scheme feel more relaxed and up to date.

Our JF Aztec Multi fabric is a strong Aztec woven fabric and is perfect for upholstery; use to reupholster an armchair or dining room seats. The bold colours will work well with dark wood tones and create refreshed eye-catching pieces of furniture in your home. The colourful ikat design of Cusco Bianco fabric is the perfect Aztec upholstery fabric and would look amazing on an ottoman but will also create a focal point in your interior when made into curtains and roman blinds. Make into scatter cushions to add to furniture in your home to add interesting contrast texture.

Aztec Fabric for Modern Interiors

Aztec Fabric for Modern Interiors

Aztec style fabric works amazingly well in modern interiors. If you have an interior with a white and grey scheme and clean lines, try giving the room an instant lift with a modern Aztec design such as the Apache fabric. The fresh bold pattern that comes in three colourways can be used for upholstery, such as on footstools or chairs, this will add a lift of pattern into your interior. Add potted plants to tie the look together with natural greenery.

A smaller design like the cotton Aztec fabric will work well made into cushions and blinds. The small repeat on this fabric will add more of a subtle pattern into your home and is also a great Aztec curtain fabric. The fabric comes in many shades to suit your colour palette.

Aztec prints are not just for living rooms and bedrooms! Aztec PVC fabric will instantly add a cheerful pattern into your kitchen area when used as a table covering.

Aztec Fabrics for Well-Travelled Interiors

Aztec Fabrics for Well-Travelled Interiors

Aztec style fabric can be used to create an interior inspired by your favourite holiday destinations, adding inspiration from across the globe into your home.

Add Portuguese and Ibiza influences into your home by using fabrics that pour light and brightness into the room. Cortes fabric has beautiful sun-drenched golden yellows, Mediterranean blue, and earthy red tones.

Use the relaxed print to make flowing curtains and matching cushions to create an inviting seating area for lazy afternoons. Mix with the Acapulco fabric for an eclectic mix of patterns.

An alternative to a classic diamond shaped print, our Aztec Stripe fabric is a strong woven design, with detailed stripes and pattern throughout. Totem fabric also has a striped design, a great way to use on roman blinds.

Aztec Fabric for Rustic Interiors

Aztec Fabric for Rustic Interiors

For a nomadic feel, mix traditional and natural textures together. The Nailsworth fabric has a linen look and JF Kilim Linen fabric is infused with rustic character, the warm spice tones and soft linen texture will work well into flowing curtains. Bring the Moroccan style design throughout the room, maybe on a rug or throw. Mix with characterful wooden furniture for a wonderful rustic scheme.

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