Posy Aged Linen by Inchyra – Ivory


Posy is an enduringly popular design inspired by an early 20th-century French country print.  This ivory colourway is fresh and contemporary and works well with stronger colours.  After printing the linen is treated with an exclusive and highly specialist finishing process that gives it a soft aged feel which reproduces the beautiful look and feel of an antique fabric but keeps the strength of new.

£120 per metre.

Useable width:  135cm

Vertical repeat:  12cm

Composition:  100% linen

Uses:  curtains, cushions, light domestic upholstery and other soft furnishings

Please note: Inchyra print to order and aim for delivery within 4 weeks

Inchyra prints to order – please allow 4 weeks for delivery



All Inchyra linens are 100% pure linen.  Linen is a natural material and some slubbing may be present in the weave – this is an inherent part of this pure natural fabric and enhances the character of their linens.

The finish of Inchyra Aged Linens is achieved through an exclusive and highly specialised ageing process.  It is an inherent part of the character of their linens that the colour and feel and look is relaxed.  Inchyra linens are not like other fabrics, what they are working towards with their Aged Linens is a fabric that looks as though it may have been in a room in another lifetime while giving the strength and longevity of a new fabric.

Inchyra linens are essentially artisanal products, employing a number of highly experienced manufacturers across a wide range of skills in their production.  Each run of a print is a one-off, individual in character, colour, depth and finish, it’s what makes them so special.  Inchyra examine all their fabrics before they send them out to customers to make sure that any variations are within what they would consider acceptable tolerances.  Exact matches can not be guaranteed from batch to batch.

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