Chelsea

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Chelsea

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.


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COMPOSITION

70% cotton 30% polyester

Weight 220 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 140 cm

Rapport appr. 64 cm

Care

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Shrinkage appr. 2%

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The manufacture of the article complies with the specifications of STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX.

Inspirierende Produkte

  • Alba CS

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    The collection is complemented by the low-key transparent fabric Alba CS. In reduction, Alba CS appears like a silk organza and plays in six near-nature plain choices of colour with a softly shining lustre. In a width of 325 cm, Alba CS is railroaded and thus unfolds its caressing character in the contract and private area.

  • 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.

  • Balbo CS

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    To the point. These organic-looking dot elements were conceived by Bodo Sperlein and have their origin in the designer’s own handprint. A reference to nature and craftsmanship is also exuded by the textile interpretation of the motif. The dotting in this semi-transparent drapery fabric looks crosshatched and is as individual in its outline as its natural prototype. In five soft non-colours, this Trevira CS fabric adds a finely measured touch of exuberance in the contract sector.

  • 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.