Very delicate, flowing transparent polyester fabric with a silky sheen. Soft colorations emphasise the gossamer quality of this product. Filou is the base material for Mirabile, and for this reason is just as beautiful used on its own or in combination.
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.
For Autumn 2015/2016 the colour scheme of the successful Avanti basics line will be extended by a further 15 topical colour shades. In terms of drape and feel this easy-care decorative fabric is reminiscent of parachute silk. As of now it will be available in 27 colours: 12 bestselling shades from the existing palette will now be supplemented by reserved natural tones and topical trend colours like soleil, fraise and sky. Already in the range now for over 15 years, this extra-wide, plain polyester weave is convincing with its versatility.
Alexis continues the popular nya nordiska devoré range. The elegant, soft floating decoration fabric has a wonderful touch and is available in two versions – Alexis Night enchants with widespread, interlaced shapes and a fascinating interplay of opaqueness and transparency. Alexis Day is the transparent equivalent in tender white nuances. The soft floating fabric is 310 centimetres wide and thus perfect for spacious application.
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 and a particularly anti-crease, easy care finish. 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.