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  • Alma

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    The »pearl« among the lightweight drapery fabrics. Two natural fibres unite here to create an effective lightweight look. This fabric injects colour into the interior without it becoming visually overbearing. To achieve this coloured cotton threads run across Alma’s delicate, plain-coloured, linen ground weave that look like strings of beads thanks to their regular array. As a young, contemporary take on the classic bouclé effect, this fluffy yarn brings sophisticated three-dimensionality into modern living room designs.

  • Alpha 2.0

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    There is hardly any design which embodies so perfectly the roots of nya nordiska in the Scandinavian design language as the classical bicoloured stripe designs Jota, Kappa and Alpha 2.0. Even wider block stripes give the fabrics in their new edition a refreshing modernity. Made of pure cotton, the washable and durable natural fibres can be used especially for upholstery, decoration and table sets – in a vivid interplay of colours, they can be combined with the check designs Jota-Check 2.0, Kappa-Check 2.0, Alpha-Check 2.0, the tri-colour stripes Delta, four-colour stripes Mega as well as plain fabric Zeta 2.0.

  • Alpha-Check 2.0

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    In addition to stripe designs Jota, Kappa and Alpha 2.0, nya nordiska has developed a check variant of the fabrics, each one adjusted to the individual stripe widths: In colour range and yarn quality identical with the stripe series, the durable and washable check fabrics Jota, Kappa and Alpha-Check 2.0 made of 100% cotton, open up versatile combination possibilities for upholstery, decoration and table sets, also in the interplay with Delta, Mega and Zeta 2.0.

  • Bjarne

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    Natural. Bjarne immediately conveys the quality of its fibre blend: linen and cotton enter into a convincing alliance here for this classy natural fabric. With its dry, grainy texture and heavy, casual drape the canvas is ideal for draperies in a casual chic style whilst also serving as a lightweight upholstery fabric. With its natural fibres the range of 40 colours takes on a powdery, fragmented effect with a cosy comfort factor.

  • Blast

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    The elementary art of interiors. This expressive, large-format design care of Bodo Sperlein has its creative roots in Vorticism, a specifically English contribution to Modernism. Parallel to Cubism, this art form emerged in the early 20th century. Bodo Sperlein has now reinterpreted it for our millennium. As a generous jacquard pattern on a very fine thread cotton base, Blast’s Vorticist Cubist motif reveals its graphic effect in situ convincing us as a flambuoyant eyecatcher.

  • Blitz

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    A flash of textile brilliance. In the same fabric quality as Blast, Bodo Sperlein’s Blitz also displays cubic forms strung together like collages to form an all-over pattern. The jagged shape of its blitz-like lightening radiates sheer energy looking almost like stylised graffiti. Its two colours in three soft colour combinations give the sizable jacquard made of fine-threaded cotton an optical presence without overemphasising the pattern.

  • Boston

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    Boston is an exciting new member of our upholstery fabrics family. The flocked yarn on cotton warp in bicoloured Panama weave creates a grainy, salt- and pepper-like look whereas the different yarns generate a comforting, velour-like surface. A modern eye-catcher, perfect for cushions and with 50,000 rubs Martindale also for highly stressed upholstery.

  • Buskage

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    Buskage, a new edition from the 1970ies, stages the iconic purist print design by nya nordiska. The softly flowing cotton underlines elegantly the subtle layout of the lines and makes it hard to perceive how easy-care the fabric with polyester content is. Reduced grass design lined up like on a pearl necklace gives the special devoré fabric its name, which is derived from the Swedish language. The positive and negative variants in neutral off-white, which are for the first time available in a large- scale print width of 300 cm, guarantee versatile application options.

  • Buskage

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    Buskage, a new edition from the 1970ies, stages the iconic purist print design by nya nordiska. The softly flowing cotton underlines elegantly the subtle layout of the lines and makes it hard to perceive how easy-care the fabric with polyester content is. Reduced grass design lined up like on a pearl necklace gives the special devoré fabric its name, which is derived from the Swedish language. The positive and negative variants in neutral off-white, which are for the first time available in a large- scale print width of 300 cm, guarantee versatile application options.

  • Cestino

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    Narrow rods are floating on the softly flowing devoré fabric made of cotton and polyester. The extremely successful graphical design from 2010 has now been realized by nya nordiska in 300 cm width, so that the subtle Venetian blind effect of the semi-transparent decoration fabric can be applied even more flexibly. Thanks to improved care properties, Cestino is now also available in washable quality.

  • Charlie

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    Go ahead and touch! Anyone taking up this invitation is doomed to be addicted to Charlie. The elegant wool bouclé is a tribute to the senses, in fabric form. It suits modern interiors just as well as elegant furniture classics combining appealing touch and cosiness with rugged wear properties. Boasting a modern colour range comprising eight high-profile solid tones this abrasion-resistant drapery and upholstery fabric is the bouclé It-Piece for interiors.

  • Chelsea

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    Deco-dot-com. With sophisticated looks, a striking touch and modern drape Chelsea “joins the dots” in design terms – in the truest sense of the word. After all, the digitally printed pattern features large dots in pastel shades floating over a white background. These appear like larger-than-life droplets in four colour variations making Chelsea the drapery fabric counterpart to the transparent double-width Piccadilly option of the nya nordiska collection. The unclear, slightly blurry contours of the coloured weave patterns underline the watercolour-like lightness and liveliness of the design. They are created by a complex warp printing process in which the warp threads are printed in colour before weaving and then being interwoven with a single-coloured weft thread. The fibre mix of cotton and polyester combines a dry touch with discreet lustre giving this fabric its relaxed casual look.

  • 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.

  • Delta

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    The tri-colour block stripe design Delta in a total of five colour combinations on white foundation can be combined in many ways: the stripe width and colours are matching with the stripes Alpha 2.0 and the check fabric Alpha-Check 2.0. Furthermore, the cotton fabric blends in with Jota 2.0, Kappa 2.0, Jota-Check 2.0, Kappa-Check 2.0, Zeta 2.0 and Mega. For upholstery, decoration or table sets ? Delta is universally applicable with its bundled power of colours, without dominating the room. The stripe design made of 100 percent natural fabrics is washable and durable.

  • Dicky

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  • Flac

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  • Foglia

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    Foglia is a great experience for all senses! Thanks to its linen and cotton content, the three-dimensional, imprint-like structure has a fascinating yet natural feel. Foglia is 320 centimetres wide and ideal for nature-inspired window decorations.

  • Fumo

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    The name Fumo alludes to Venetian mist. With its Jacquard effect, the semi-transparent design translates the diffuse light refraction into a surprisingly soft feel. Just like a watermark, the light surfaces of the Jacquard react to the incidence of light and set varying highlights in the decoration. Fumo can be processed without lining in semi-transparency. Available in seven choices of colour and 135 cm width.