Along with the longer days and sunny skies, come the floral tributes.

If you're lucky enough to have a garden, you will be busy with care and maintenance. If not, like me you can still have all that joy and freshness in your home in the form of the newest offerings from our fabulous curtain and upholstery fabric suppliers.

From James Dunlop we have wildflowers, butterflies and lush foliage, timelessly bringing a sense of freshness and nature into the home.

The Secret Garden collection is comprised of five stylized floral designs, inspiration drawn from the renewal of spring. All designs are printed on a cotton-base cloth and are suitable for drapery, accessories and top of the bed application.

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Another favourite of mine from James Dunlop is an eye-catching, punchy design inspired by the native flora of the Caribbean and, to my mind a little bit kiwiana, Sabania certainly makes a statement. The design has a large scale with stylised colour work in a full drop repeat. The design is printed on a cotton mix base cloth and is suitable for both drapery and lightweight upholstery.

Just one of the amazing styles from Ashley Wilde; Hampton Court evokes a feeling of regal heritage through traditional florals. These intricate hand-painted designs will look elegant in both classic and contemporary spaces.

Beautiful styles from a wide variety of suppliers now on show in the Frazerhurst showroom on Lower Dent Street in Whangarei with new Styles arriving every week.

Tracey and the team hope you enjoy your summer and have some time to enjoy the simple pleasures.