Regency Stripe Fabric
Regency stripe is the quintessential fabric for older period and character properties.
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Strictly speaking the Regency period implies the years 1811-1820 during which the Prince of Wales ruled as a proxy for King George III who was unwell. In interior design, however, the term "Regency" is usually taken to mean more generally the styles of the late Georgian period and the early nineteenth century.
Popular colours during the earlier Georgian period were grey-blue, burgundy and sage greens. Later on pea green, soft pinks and blues gained in popularity.
At the time it was common to use burgundy or green striped linen used to cover furniture. Wallpaper designs of the time also reflected this striped theme, although often in more restrained hues.
Regency stripe fabric is still very fashionable and adds an elegant period feel to any room.