Dark Floral II Light on Velvet Fabric

Dark Floral II Light on Velvet Fabric

The original print, ‘Dark Floral II Light’, inspired by the still life paintings of the Dutch Golden Age, features a giant, imagined dahlia, sinuous, serpentine foliage, a reclusive beetle and a lone butterfly. It’s lush and sumptuous as ever on this soft, supple velvet fabric.

This is a single fabric panel with a standard width. For details, please see the Product Specifications below.

If you have a project requiring multiple panels that span a greater width, please contact us directly at info@elliecashmandesign.com.

Your panel(s) will be 0 m long.
  • Product Description
  • Product Specifications


Our velvet fabric is lighter (at 220 gr/m2) than your typical velvet,  and is composed of a 15% silk/85% rayon blend. As such, it is soft and supple and drapes beautifully. It can be used for clothing items, curtains, cushions and scarves, and can be dry cleaned and ironed at a medium temperature.

If you want to snuggle up to this large-scale, romantic bouquet of Golden Age-inspired dahlias, peonies, roses and tulips, this is the material for you! This print is truly stunning on a set of cascading velvet curtains!

We like to pair this soft, cuddly fabric with 'harder/tougher' materials, such as exposed brick walls, concrete floors and/or cast iron, gold or brass fixtures.

For further insight into the (thought) process behind the original design ‘Dark Floral II Light’, please see Ellie’s full description here.

Our velvet comes on a roll and has a usable width of 130 cm (51”). For more information, please see the Product Specifications at right.

Product Specifications

Usable width
130 cm (51")

220 gr/m2

15% Silk 85% Rayon

Dry clean only. Medium iron.

Suggested applications
Clothing items

Soft, luxurious, plush

Slightly transparent when bright light shines behind it

White, off-white, beige, muted pinks and purples, red, gray-green and black

The largest flower is 47 cm (or 18.5") in diameter



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