Luxurious interiors using damask fabric
(Updated 3rd November 2017)
Damask fabric is a reversible fabric with a pattern formed by weaving. It can be made from various fabrics including silk, wool, linen, cotton or synthetic fibres.
It was originally woven in the early middle ages and is named after the city of Damascus which, at the time, was a large city popular for trading and manufacturing. It is generally woven on a jacquard loom with a satin weave and a sateen weave which gives it a slight sheen.