Buskage

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.


Use

Curtain, Panel curtain, Roller blinds

COMPOSITION

35% polyester, 65% cotton

DIMENSIONS

Width ca. 300 cm

Care

Care b

Shrinkage ca. 1-3%

Article Notes

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