Classic, Refined Ticking Stripes

Ian Mankin has been selling ticking fabrics in the UK since 1983. Ian’s vision was to take well made, natural, simple fabrics and bring them into the realm of fashionable and beautiful interiors. He coined the phrase ‘accessible elegance’, which is embraced today.

All Ian Mankin ticking fabrics have been crafted with a durable herringbone weave in 100% cotton. This gives them a beautiful handle and uniform pattern, making them highly practical on upholstery, curtains, blinds and soft furnishings. Tickings are also widely used as a fun, unexpected addition to interior furnishings such as curtain lining, lampshades and baskets, piping trims, cabinet curtains and tableware.


What is a Ticking Stripe Fabric?

You’ve all seen ticking stripe fabrics and we know that it’s a very popular choice of fabric that our customers use and look out for, but do you know what it actually is? Or why ticking fabrics were initially made?

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Designing with the loom helps us to develop an aesthetic that is unequivocally Ian Mankin. An elegant, enduring style combined with the high quality of our fabrics and home accessories means our products are made to last.

Debbie Fish, Marketing & Business Development Manager
Ian Mankin’s home in Chelsea

Visit our Showroom

If you’re visiting the Chelsea Design District, don’t forget to pop down to our London Showroom at Worlds End Studios. that we share with some friends in the industry: Linwood, Titley & Marr, The Bradley Collection and Isle Mill


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