Fable Bedding

With a timeless and elegant feel, Fable brings tranquil glamour into every home. Quietly stylish and harmonious, the debut collection features eleven elegant designs in four colour palettes – Linen, Duck Egg, Silver & Amethyst and sky blue.  Soft, subdued patterns & textures are features of this thrilling, new brand.  The range includes pure 100% cotton prints and jacquard bed linens made from luxuriously high thread counts, as well as a selection of accent accessories to enhance and expand the look that you can really make your own.

The Story

This collection takes you on a voyage, a journey of the rich, the captivating, the majestic and the desirable. Everything that you could ever want or wish for is all woven into a classic tale of magnificence that you will never forget.

Design Story

The Fable designs are hand-painted within their studio, using inspiration from antique textiles and documents; the pattern is elegantly revealed in the bedding and tactile accessories.

Darcy Stripe Sky Blue

Time-honoured ticking stripes look fresh for summer in vibrant seaside blue. Use crisp white linen and textural throws for a minimalist and elegant feel. This look exudes luxury.


The stylish Orlantha is a paisley print made from soft cotton percale with a luxurious thread count of 300. It uses neutral tones and a classic motif that looks chic in either town or country.


The delicate blue and white blossom print of Lantilly gives the impression of spring. Group with the embroidered Sezanne cushions in a chic damask pattern to be reminiscent of elegant French country style.


The Saverne is a chic, jacquard weave with a sumptuous 350 thread count, in a soft gold and linen colour palette; it has a plain cotton sateen reverse and piped edging.

Ellis Stripe Duck Egg

The Ellis stripe in duck egg blue encompasses the look of spring, with its sumptuous thread count, button-trimmed pillowcase and co-ordinating reverse small stripe, Ellis Stripe is all about the finer details that exude luxury.

Prices and availability checked 15 June 2015

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