Shop for floral fabrics The top 3 new fabrics to look out for this autumn Published on 3rd October 2017 by Jane Floral designs and patterns are big news for autumn fabric this season. From bold designs to delicate and pretty floral patterns. There are many fabrics to choose from but here are our top 3 new fabrics. Shop for Wildwood fabric #1 Wildwood FabricAs well as flowers, Wildwood fabric also features stags, birds and rabbits in colourful tones making it ideal to use in a contemporary home. It would make fantastic curtains and add a real wow factor to your room. Keep the rest of the scheme neutral perhaps picking out a couple of the colours in the fabric for cushions and accessories such as rugs and throws. Use with natural accessories such as wicker baskets - which can be used to store your throws or perhaps logs if you have an open fire or woodburner. #2 Etched vine fabricIf you favour neutral tones then this beautiful sketched vine fabric would be the ideal choice. It is available in five muted colour ways. As it is also suitable for upholstery; you could for example consider using it to upholster a bedroom chair. Also in the range is co-ordinating check fabric so you could use the floral fabric for curtains and the check fabric for upholstery - this would create a relaxed country style scheme. #3 Appleby FabricThis autumn leaves fabric also features red berries so has a real autumnal feel about it, perfect for this season. Made into full length curtains this autumn fabric will add a cosy feel to any room. It is also a washable fabric so would be ideal to use in a country kitchen for a roman blind. Shop for upholstery fabric More fabrics to considerTexture is also important this season. To bring a cosy feel to your home use wool fabric, this will bring instant warmth to your room. You could use for curtains, as an upholstery fabric and also for a quick update add some wool cushions, perhaps in a tartan fabric. Also popular for adding texture is velvet fabric, although this fabric is normally thought of as a traditional fabric it can also look stunning in a contemporary home. Use for full length curtains and choose a modern heading such as eyelets or for a relaxed feel use a pencil pleat heading.