New upholstery fabrics

5. 9. 2022

We have added new types of upholstery fabrics to our range that will adorn any interior.

Athlon Plus

Athlon Plus is a polyester fabric that combines a high-tech look with a vintage touch. With its smooth, satin-like feel and voluminous three-layer construction, the fabric adds extra comfort to all types of chairs and armchairs.
The fabric has excellent abrasion resistance and retains its attractive appearance even in high traffic and heavy use environments. The fabric is available in ten colours with a subtle melange effect.

Morph

This multi-coloured wool fabric features a cross-woven pattern and an interesting blend of yarns in seven different colours that intersect the surface in vertical and horizontal lines. The cross-weaving of multiple colours creates a distinctive layering effect and visual depth to the fabric surface.
The fabric has all the strong properties of natural wool, including excellent durability and longevity. Thanks to its high abrasion rating, it can withstand heavy use in high traffic areas. The fabric comes in eight modern earthy colours.

One

Fabric One is made from 100% recycled polyester from used PET bottles and is recyclable. With its high abrasion resistance, excellent stretch and easy maintenance, this multi-purpose fabric is perfect for tough and busy environments. You can choose from twelve fabric colours in our range.

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