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  • Allee

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    Like the interplay of light and shade when driving along a tree-lined avenue here transparent and opaque, hand-painted stripes alternate in this elegant burnt-out fabric. Its 30% metal admixture reinforces the dynamics of this design with a crushed effect. Allee is supplied in four colour combinations: in white or walnut on a bright background, in grey or ginger on a dark background. All styles come as positive and negative versions and can be combined with each other.

  • Allee

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    Like the interplay of light and shade when driving along a tree-lined avenue here transparent and opaque, hand-painted stripes alternate in this elegant burnt-out fabric. Its 30% metal admixture reinforces the dynamics of this design with a crushed effect. Allee is supplied in four colour combinations: in white or walnut on a bright background, in grey or ginger on a dark background. All styles come as positive and negative versions and can be combined with each other.

  • Amy

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    With wafer-thin lightness this new, semi-transparent drapery fabric makes for delicate, textile window design in a 340 cm width. With a yarn-dyed weave made of 60% Modal and 40% PES it convinces with a light, soft drape. 10 colours from anthracite and sea blue through to powdery pastel tones shimmer in the incidental light. This means Amy can be used to create a finely tuned, textile room ambience.

  • Ashley

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    The textile key to enchanted gardens. This opulent furnishing fabric spreads shiny foliage motifs with an almost photorealistic feel onto its diffuse background. All in line with the collection motto observers are whisked away to explore magical natural sceneries. They can choose from four colour worlds corresponding to the seasons – from delicate green spring to the warm colours of summer and from the earthy copper shades of autumn to the silvery hoarfrost of winter.

  • Clouds

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    The burnt-out fabric Clouds also toys with transparency and opacity in a striped grid, but produces a completely different effect here: its flowingly tapering lines conjure up a delicate, naturalist cloudscape. This alters with changing daylight and becomes more distinct the darker the background. The 300 cm wide fabric is particularly suited for big draperies because it is then that the filigree cloud motif becomes strikingly visible.

  • Cord 2.0

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    A topical comeback of a favourite fabric. With retro charm, contemporary colours and new product properties cotton velour in that typical ribbed texture is now carving itself a place back in interiors. The texture now runs from selvage to selvage giving Cord 2.0 curtain draperies a horizontal striped look. An anti-crease finish gives its fibres particular flexibility making for a soft, crease-free drape. Its colour card inspires with twelve modern tones from powder and copper through to mint providing unusual combinations that create attractive accents in both, the drapery and upholstery segment.

  • Cosy

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    With upholstery fabric Cosy the name says it all: with an exclusive knitted look and a pleasantly natural touch it links modernity with cosiness. Cosy’s thoroughly homely colour range features eleven softly subdued shades given a contemporary statement by the fabric’s distinct texture. The 140 cm wide, hard-wearing mixture of wool and man-made fibre makes for versatile impressions in interiors both as a stand-alone soft furnishing or in combination with other furnishing fabrics.

  • Gobi

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    The entire fascination of the desert is translated in textile terms by this linen fabric. Its smooth, dry and grainy feel also arouses associations of the natural beauty of the sandscape, as does its colour scheme consisting of a total of 10 shades. Here off-cream and off-grey nuances in a lively, yarn- dyed finish exude as much appeal as the topical pastel tones like aqua, rose, dust rose and may. At 310 cm width Gobi provides the key counterpart to the 145 cm wide Sahara fabric. Its PU coating gives it solidity and structure without compromising its pleasantly supple feel.

  • Oia

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    With a relaxed, natural attitude Oia translates summery lightness into a universal textile basic. This cotton voile convinces us with its natural feel, soft touch and light drape. Its 16-colour palette embraces fresh, summery tones like yellow, powder, flamingo or jade as well as fine non-colours from white and ivory to champagne and sand or silver. With 300 cm width the semi-transparent fabric is also suited to room-height draperies. The summertime, easy-living feel is rounded off by the fabric’s easy-care properties.

  • Ototo CS

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    Japan’s purist aesthetics are not only conveyed by this striped plissé fabric in name only. As a further development of Jalousie CS it now has a new crushed finish. This almost sculptural look is reminiscent of finely creased paper revealing its voluminous effect at a 320 cm width even for floor to ceiling applications. The slightly transparent weave made of 100% Trevira CS is suited to expressive draperies both, in the private and public sphere. Just like Jalousie CS it is available in four colours: black, white and two classy non-colours effectively underline the plissé texture. The overall fabric width is approx. 320 cm. Due to the production process the crash effect is only possible on approx. 300 cm.

  • Piccadilly

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    This fine striped double weave owes its special appeal to large-format watercolour Polka dots. Its lavish print design floats in space as if painted with airy brush strokes in the air thereby giving rise to the optical weightlessness of the transparent basic fabric. A fascinating effect that is produced by three colour worlds: from intense blue, turquoise and emerald hues, passing through warm red, orange and umbra tones to discreet grey and anthracite shades. Piccadilly is also available in solid ivory and grey matching its background colours.

  • Piccadilly Uni

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    Piccadilly Uni also unfolds its airy, lively effect supported by the two layers of the transparent double weave and its refined pinstripe structure in two solid colours attuned to the shades of the watercolour design. In ivory and grey it picks up the background colours of its patterned counterpart lending itself to high-impact combinations. Beyond this, the discreet solid fabric with a fine lustre is also suited to universal applications as a “soloist”.

  • Rigoletto

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    With double the width at 300 cm this finely shimmering satin Rigoletto seamlessly follows on from the success story of the nya nordiska classic Aida. Matter than the latter and softer in drape it represents a contemporary twist on the universally deployable plains made of 100% PES. Its 20 colour variations range from popular non-colours and light, modern tones like powder, peach or sky through to its classically opulent shades. This means across interiors displaying the most varied of styles Rigoletto always strikes the right plain tone.

  • Rubino 2.0

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    Rubino 2.0 – the name says it all – as red tones like burgundy, ruby or fire are now gaining importance again in interior design. Complemented by fresh nuances from the blue-green scale, discreet natural tones and elegant non-colours this 140 cm wide drapery and upholstery fabric can be used universally. Its combination of soft, velvety feel and everyday durability qualifies it for numerous design situations: solo, in an exciting mix & match with patterned fabrics from the collection or in a velvety interplay with Cord 2.0.

  • Södermalm CS

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    Boasting unusual colour combinations and a sophisticated finishing technology Södermalm CS presents an interpretation of stripes that is as fresh as it is lively. The use of shrink yarn provides the background with volume and an irregular surface look. This effect is strikingly underscored by such modern colour combinations as rosé-yellow, turquoise-orange or copper-light blue. But classic, up-to-date black & white or maritime blue & white is also available. Made of Trevira CS, this easy-care fabric is suited to versatile residential and facility applications.

  • Soul

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    From settees to lounge chairs, Soul “dresses” all of them in an attractive melange of elegant club-coloured pastels. The colour portfolio includes eleven tones ranging from soft powder tones to distinct black & white and cognac shades thereby offering both feminine and masculine options. They all have irregular surface textures in common – corresponding to the grainy bouclé touch. The high cotton admixture underlines the fresh, natural feel of this uncomplicated upholstery fabric.

  • Taoki 2.0

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    Linen fabric Taoki 2.0 gives sensual colour tones access to the purist segment. Its three existing shades have been extended by the trend tones jade, pale blue, lavender and rose. A 20% polyester admixture gives this 320 cm wide linen weave a fine lustre. This makes Taoki 2.0 in its design interplay with linen’s typical casual chic a textile highlight exuding discreet understatement.