Linen fabrics stacked in lovely colours

Linen fabric collection

Order curtain fabric and upholstery fabric by the meter. UK’s biggest collection of Natural Linen Fabrics online. Order Free Samples. We have curtain gorgeous natural fabrics for example curtains and upholstery and so much more all in wonderful and beautiful natural linen!

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Grey Linen Curtains with Pencil Pleat

Linen Curtains

Ordering bespoke linen curtains and roman blinds is easy and the result is guaranteed to be high quality craftmanship, fabulous and long-lasting. Get the price instantly for your curtains. Order curtains suitable for your home decor - all online. All our curtains are made in the UK.

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Linen Roman Blinds

Roman Blinds

Order Online Gorgeous Bespoke Linen Roman Blinds. Our roman blinds are made of hard wearing components which compliment our craftmanship and attention to detail when making the perfect and beautiful blinds for you.

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Linen curtains and linen fabric delivered worldwide

Linen Fabric & Natural Linen Curtains

Ada & Ina offer a collection of 100% natural fabrics, curtains and blinds of finest quality for great prices online. The look of linen fabric is unique and different from other fabrics, which makes it the perfect choice of fabric for curtains and upholstery.

Linen bedding

Linen Bedding

100% Natural Linen Bedding

Order free fabric samples

Order free fabric samples

Ada & Ina have a collection of over 350 curtain and upholstery fabrics online. We love natural fibres and the beauty of them. The look of linen is unique and different from the other fabrics. We what to say goodbye to all nasty man-made fibres and offer only natural fabrics for curtains loose covers and upholstery.

Examples of our gorgeous Linens

Linen bedding

Linen Bedding

100% Natural Linen Bedding

Order free fabric samples

Order free fabric samples

Ada & Ina have a collection of over 350 curtain and upholstery fabrics online. We love natural fibres and the beauty of them. The look of linen is unique and different from the other fabrics. We what to say goodbye to all nasty man-made fibres and offer only natural fabrics for curtains loose covers and upholstery.

Linen bedding

Linen Bedding

100% Natural Linen Bedding

Order free fabric samples

Order free fabric samples

Ada & Ina have a collection of over 350 curtain and upholstery fabrics online. We love natural fibres and the beauty of them. The look of linen is unique and different from the other fabrics. We what to say goodbye to all nasty man-made fibres and offer only natural fabrics for curtains loose covers and upholstery.

Have you ever slept in natural linen bedding

Have you ever slept in natural linen bedding?

If not - you do not know what you are missing. Our bedding is stone washed which makes it extra smooth and gives your bedroom a stylish and relaxed look.

  • Klara Linen Fabric In Oatmeal Colour

    Klara

    For Natural Linen curtains

    £12.99
  • Bianco Oatmeal - Lighter Natural colour, 100% Linen Fabric

    Bianco Oatmeal

    Popular for linen curtains

    Regular Price: £19.99

    Special Price £17.99

  • Bianco White - White 100% Linen Fabric Prewashed

    Bianco White

    Prewashed White Linen

    Regular Price: £19.99

    Special Price £17.99

  • Siru Grey

    Siru Grey

    Linen with Grey print

    Regular Price: £19.99

    Special Price £17.99

  • Alva Blue Linen fabric

    Alva Blue

    White Linen Blue Print

    Regular Price: £19.99

    Special Price £17.99

Luxury from Nature

Luxury from nature-natural curtain and upholstery fabric collection

You do not want to settle for anything less than perfect, when it comes to choosing furnishings for your house. Ada & Ina knows how to give that magical look and cosy feel to each corner of your house with our designer 100% natural curtains, linen upholstery fabrics, curtain fabrics, and linen blinds. We have sourced 100% natural designer fabrics for our fabrics collection, with curtain fabrics, upholstery fabrics, bed linen and accessories. Our fabrics are sourced from the best factories so you can buy fabric, linen bedding, roman blinds and curtains easily online. Many of Ada & Ina fabrics are Oeko-tex® Standard 100 certified.

Linen Curtains in Contemporary Interior
Pencil Pleat Curtains by Ada & Ina
Contemporary style with Natural Linen Curtains made by Ada & Ina
Customer feedback What our customers say

What our lovely customers say

I just wanted to thank you for the curtains I ordered recently - they look beautiful and are so well made. Better quality at a better price than I have found elsewhere. - Jane

I just received the curtains and I actually covered my mouth in awe. They are perfection. Thank you for your patience throughout the process. - Karen

I have been purchasing bed linens for many years now and have never before been so ultimately pleased with a product! Given a magic wand, I would bestow one of your duvet covers on everyone near and far! The linen is so soft to the touch! It’s lovely to look and and has made the bed luxurious to crawl into and a pleasure to wake up to. It’s what’s been missing all these years! I am thoroughly enjoying it. And surprisingly enough, so is my hubby. I hope to purchase one for every bed in the house as I can afford to. - Stefani

Just thought you would like to know that my curtains arrived safely between the times given by DPD. I have hung them and would like to pass on my appreciation for a lovely pair of cream linen curtains which are exactly the correct size! My thanks go to the maker, and I will certainly be passing on your details to my friends. Hopefully I shall be able to make another order in the future. - Jenny

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Apply for a trade account

If you are an interior design professional, an interior retailer, a designer or a textile business professional we encourage you to apply for a Ada & Ina account and buy our fabric books. Also if you would like to become a UK stockist, please apply.

Luxury from Nature

Luxury from nature-natural curtain and upholstery fabric collection

You do not want to settle for anything less than perfect, when it comes to choosing furnishings for your house. Ada & Ina knows how to give that magical look and cosy feel to each corner of your house with our designer 100% natural curtains, linen upholstery fabrics, curtain fabrics, and linen blinds. We have sourced 100% natural designer fabrics for our fabrics collection, with curtain fabrics, upholstery fabrics, bed linen and accessories. Our fabrics are sourced from the best factories so you can buy fabric, linen bedding, roman blinds and curtains easily online. Many of Ada & Ina fabrics are Oeko-tex® Standard 100 certified.

Linen Curtains in Contemporary Interior
Trade account Trade Account and Fabric books

Apply for a trade account

If you are an interior design professional, an interior retailer, a designer or a textile business professional we encourage you to apply for a Ada & Ina account and buy our fabric books. Also if you would like to become a UK stockist, please apply.

Contemporary style with Natural Linen Curtains made by Ada & Ina
Linen roman blinds by Ada & Ina

Interesting facts about Linen Fabric

Linen varies from a creamy white to greyish brown, the depth of colour depending largely on the time and condition of retting. It may be bleached to white or near white, or to any stage between the original colour and white, and is found on the market at the various stages of bleaching.

Linen possesses a natural crispness when ironed damp, thus does not require starching, and has a natural lustre. It becomes softer and more lustrous with use and laundering, so that a fine, long used piece of linen may have almost the feel and appearance of silk. Heirloom linens handed down from generation to generation may display these qualities. Good quality linen is very durable and will wear a long time. It is readily refreshed by washing and ironing, and can be ironed at a somewhat higher temperature than cotton, but it will scorch if the iron is too hot. When it is ironed, linen has an odour somewhat like straw. Ironing develops lustre, so if a dull finish is desired, linen garments should be ironed on the wrong side. Table damask is ironed on the right side to develop the lustre and enhance the pattern. Untreated linen feels cool to the touch and is one of our most absorbent fibres owing partially to its “wicking” ability. It absorbs very rapidly and also is quick drying so it is one of the most comfortable fabrics for warm climates. Resin finishes for crease resistance, while improving that quality, cut down on absorption and evaporation and thus decrease the cooling effect of linen.

Linen has sometimes been considered an expensive fabric, but today it is competitive in price with many other fabrics. Its durability should be taken into account when considering costs - it is the perfect choice for made to measure curtains and blinds and also for upholstery.

Linen roman blinds by Ada & Ina

W.F. Leggett, after very intensive research into the history of linen, has written in The Story of Linen

“It is truly impossible to learn which of the many natural fibres were first used for textile purposes, or even to be sure how that particular fibre came to be used, but of the four chief textile fibres, wool, cotton, silk and flax, the last is unquestionably the most ancient. Some anthropologists even declare that it is possible that linen had its origin not long after the advent of man.

It is known that linen cloth was produced in Egypt long enough ago to be a well-developed art by 3400 B.C. This fact is attested to by the linen cloth in a number of varieties and textures found in the tombs of the dynasties which ended about that time. Although handmade, some of the cloth was very fine and sheer – some of it was even called “woven air” – having more than 500 threads per inch, a weaving feat which is not duplicated even by modern machines. A robe of this fabric, it is said, could be drawn through s small finger ring. On the other hand, coarse linen cloth comparable to the canvas of today was also produced.

The rank of the wearer is believed to have been designated by the type of linen burial cloth, the nobles and priests being wrapped in as many as a thousand yards of fine, smooth linen and slaves being wrapped in a few yards of coarse canvas like linen. All, however, were wrapped in linen for burial, for this fibre alone was believed to be “pure” and thus had religious significance. From ancient Egypt, with the rise of the sea travel and trade, the use of line spread all around the Mediterranean, Thence on to the other inland territories, and with the Roman conquest of England, to that country: at least fairly sophisticated manufacture of linen began in England at that time. Linen is frequently mentioned in the Bible as clothing and as partitioning and furnishing the temple of the Exodus in various ways.”

Linen roman blinds by Ada & Ina

7 useful tips for you before ordering your curtains, blinds or fabric

1: Measuring Curtains: Please use a steel tape when measuring your curtains, as fabric tapes give a more inaccurate result. Other good ways to get exactly the right measurements is to measure your old curtains if you are replacing existing curtains.

2: We will calculate how wide curtains you need! You only need to give us the width of your curtain pole or track . Please find measuring instructions for your curtains from here: How To Measure Curtains

3. Roman Blinds include all the fixtures and fittings needed for the installation. It is super easy to put them up! They can be fixed to the ceiling (top-fix) or wall (face-fix),

4: When you are choosing your curtain fabric or fabric for upholstery or loose covers, please remember that the fabric will look darker in larger areas.

5: How wide will my curtains be? What does curtain fullness mean? How do we calculate the fullness when we make curtains for you? Please find below a guide for different fullness ratios for different curtain heading types.
Read more about curtain fullness

6: We can make all our fabrics to curtains or blinds – unless stated otherwise. However as fabrics for upholstery and fabrics for loose covers need to be heavy and more hard wearing - therefore not all our fabrics are suitable for loose covers or upholstery.

7: Before making any decisions please order your free sample swatches of the curtain fabric, upholstery fabric or fabric for loose cover which you are considering.

Blocks White Roman blind by Ada & Ina
Linen roman blinds by Ada & Ina