Returns, Refunds and Faulty fabric
Please note fabric must be sent back to us before it has been cut or we will not be able to issue a refund.
Please check your fabric for faults before cutting, if in the unlikely event you find a fault please inform us straight away and we can replace the fabric. If the fabric has been cut and made up and a fault is then found we cannot issue a refund.
The above also relates to our wallpapers
All wallpaper and fabric is printed to order, We can only issue a refund if the products are faulty.
Please inform us of any faults within 28days from the date of purchase.
We cannot guarantee that the sample you are sent will match your final order. We advise you order an up to date sample near to purchase to check that the colours are still satisfactory for your project. The base cloth batch manufacture can cause slightly different colourising and this can effect the colours printed onto the cloth. The manufacture of the base cloth is out of our control and we feel we need to advise customers about this problem.
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