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    Shop Damask Fabric By the Yard

    Damask fabric, known for its intricate patterns and rich history, brings a luxurious feel to any setting. With its origins in the early Middle Ages, this fabric has evolved, incorporating modern technologies to enhance its functionality without sacrificing its traditional appeal. 

    Floris $45/yard
    Milford $40/yard
    Jennifer Bckd $45/yard
    Antibes Damask $35/yard


    Elegance: Damask is synonymous with sophistication, featuring reversible patterns woven into the fabric itself, offering a unique depth and texture.

    Durability: Modern damask blends are designed to be more durable than their historical counterparts, suitable for various uses while retaining their luxurious appeal.

    Versatility: Available in a wide range of materials, including silk, wool, and synthetic fibers, allowing it to serve numerous functions across different settings.

    Maintenance: While traditional damask made from silk or wool might require more careful handling, contemporary blends can be easier to care for, offering a blend of luxury and practicality.


    Home Decor: Damask fabric is a popular choice for draperies, upholstery, and table linens, adding an elegant touch to interiors.

    Apparel: It's often used in formal attire and luxury fashion, where its intricate patterns and texture can truly shine.

    Bedding and Linens: High-quality damask fabrics are favored for bedding, pillowcases, and duvets, offering comfort and elegance.

    Wall Coverings: Some choose damask fabric for wall coverings, providing a rich, textured backdrop to any room.

    Accessories: From handbags to decorative pillows, damask adds a touch of sophistication to accessories and home accents.


    Damask is a woven fabric known for its intricate patterns and textures, made using a technique that creates a reversible pattern. Traditionally made from silk, modern damask also uses cotton, linen, and synthetic fibers.

    Damask fabric is produced using a weaving technique that intertwines warp and weft threads, allowing both sides of the fabric to form the pattern. This process creates a distinctive sheen and texture.

    Its unique feature lies in its reversible patterns and rich texture, which result from the weaving process. Damask patterns are woven into the fabric itself, rather than printed or embroidered.

    Yes, damask is often used for upholstery due to its durability and luxurious appearance. It's suitable for furniture pieces that serve as focal points in a room.

    Care depends on the fiber composition. Silk and wool damask should be dry-cleaned, while cotton and synthetic blends may be machine-washed on gentle cycles. Always check the care label.

    Absolutely, damask fabric is a popular choice for curtains. Its weight and texture can add a sense of luxury and depth to window treatments.

    While traditional damask fabric is best suited for indoor use, some modern synthetic blends are designed to withstand outdoor elements, making them suitable for outdoor furniture accents.

    Sustainability varies by the type of fibers used. Organic cotton and linen damask are more eco-friendly options, whereas synthetic fibers may be less sustainable.

    Yes, while damask is known for its classic floral and scroll motifs, contemporary designs are also available, catering to modern tastes and interior styles.

    Both are luxurious, patterned woven fabrics, but damask is reversible, while brocade has a right and wrong side. Damask patterns are also typically finer and more subtle than brocade.

    The price of damask fabric can vary widely based on the materials used, the complexity of the design, and the fabric's quality. Silk damask tends to be more expensive than cotton or synthetic versions.

    Damask fabric, with its centuries-old tradition and modern adaptations, continues to be a sought-after material for those looking to add elegance and depth to their projects or wardrobe.

    Most of our online items are in stock at our store (unless noted as "Backordered" on the detail page) and will ship immediately to you, arriving in 3 -10 business days.  When a fabric is back-ordered from the mill, please allow 2-3 weeks from the date of your order for your fabric to reach you unless otherwise noted on the detail page. Complete shipping policies here.

    Yes, you can order swatches for $2.00 each. These sample orders are shipped free via First Class US mail unless you upgrade to Priority Mail for a charge of $5.95.  Sample orders placed on Fridays, Saturdays, or Sundays will not be shipped until Monday or Tuesday.

    Since 1944, we are proud to offer the worlds finest home fabrics, artisan crafted American furniture, gorgeous trimmings, real Belgian linens and heirloom quality hand-made rugs. Also Atlanta's best reupholstery and draperies!

    We do not carry apparel fabric, although, we have had customers use some of our fabrics to make beautiful clothes.

    Once your fabric has been cut, we can not accept returns. In the off chance there's a flaw in your fabric we will find a way to make it right, usually with a replacement fabric or a store credit. Samples are completely non-refundable.

    Feel free to Contact Us if you have any unanswered questions!