Pretty Ayre burnt raspberry

Pretty Ayre burnt raspberry

You might have gathered that I have named all the Mountain Flowers collection after tiny little Swiss villages in the Val d’annivers valley. We used to have a chalet in one villages called Vercorin which wasn’t far from Ayre village which was 20 minutes further up the valley. It always amazed me how genuine this valley is, it is so Swiss and everywhere looks like a scene from a Disney film. The roads are narrow so it is difficult to get the tour buses up the valley so maybe that is why it has stayed so real. Before skiing arrived in the Alps these mountain villages were abandoned and the whole population left for the winter and went down and lived in the main Rhone valley.

Pretty Ayre fabric is a pretty design which is simple but very striking. It is a busy pattern but it fits in with so many schemes and again adds a texture if combined with other fabric patterns. I like to mix and match all my fabrics from all my collections, I find that Pretty Ayre works so well within in all my collections. The other patterns which have the same effect are Georgie Girl from the Hermitage collection and Tea for Two from Summer Tea collection.

How to buy

Collection – Mountain Flowers
Name – Pretty Ayre burnt raspberry
Composition – 50% cotton 50% linen
Width of fabric – 142cm
Pattern repeat – 13cm
Care instructions – Dry Clean
Origin – UK
Designer – Charlotte Gaisford
(available in 0.5m increments)
minimum order – 1m
Lead time – 7 to 10 days from payment date.
Suitability – Suitable for all kinds of soft furnishings, light upholstery and curtains

How to buy my fabric

You can buy via a stockist or direct from Charlotte Gaisford

Stockist
We do have a list of stockists around the UK who will be able to sell you fabrics and wallpapers direct. 

Please note quite a few of them are interiors designers and they might not mention they sell interiors fabrics so you do need to email or ring them and they will be able to help you. 

Our trade accounts are limited so it is better to go through a stockist, We do get contacted by smaller soft furnishing companies on behalf of their clients but we can’t always open trade accounts because we have a strict application process.

Direct from Charlotte Gaisford
If you do not want to deal direct with a stockist or you do not live near a stockist it is possible to buy direct from Charlotte Gaisford just send us an email with what you would like to buy and we can give you a quote or email you an invoice. 

How long before I get my fabric and wallpaper
All the fabric and wallpaper is printed to order, we do not hold any stock.
The fabric takes about 7-10 days to get back from the printers, we check it and then send it 24 hour courier to you or your curtain maker.
The wallpaper can take 7-10 days, it depends how busy the printers are. The lead times can be longer if the printers are busy, this is usually in the Autumn.

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Sample

We would love to hear about your project and we can send you 6  samples plus a 28 page brochure which shows the whole range.

We have often been targeted by crafting/student groups who search for free fabric and wallpaper samples for their projects, we can usually tell who these people are so we don’t send them the samples.

It is our policy that we never charge for samples and our brochure.

If you have a serious project You can request more samples once you have received the brochure.

To request samples please email us with a list and give us your address and we can send asap.

If you would like some inspiration on how you can use Charlotte Gaisford fabrics within your decorating scheme please look at the online book Charlotte Gaisford has created

The Little book of room schemes

You are welcome to download and share the book

We have started a section on the website which shows you what fabrics go together, we have added some of the popular ones but we will keep adding to this section

What goes with what

Read an article I wrote about how I decorate for Homes and Garden magazine
Homes and Garden January 2021

How to mix patterns in a room