Flac


Use

Curtain, Cushions, Panel curtain, Roller blinds

COMPOSITION

50% cotton, 50% polyester

DIMENSIONS

Width ca. 280 cm

Care

Care a

Shrinkage ca. 2-4%

Article Notes

Inspiring products

  • Ava

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    A modern adaptation of a completely different kind is Ava: the delicate, semi-transparent circular-knit cotton fabric translates classic lace into a graphic pattern of clear-cut geometry. This fuses the appeal of traditional craftsmanship with a natural feel and up-to-date design. Three colour combinations from classic ivory and purist white to modern grey outline Ava’s application possibilities also including its use for Tex Glass®.

  • Amalia

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    Amalia captivates customers with a feminine, floral pattern: filigree blossoms of hydrangea, coneflower and columbine look hand drawn. Thanks to its linen and lurex blend in the weft this drapery fabric radiates in a delicate shimmer unfolding in the light an interplay of depth and metallic sheen. The 8 summery tones toy with different metallic hues.

  • 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.

  • Alabama-Stripe

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    The young tri-colour stripe fabric Alabama Stripe made of pure linen impresses through its wonderfully caressing touch. The colour range of the airy, semi-transparent natural fibre fabric reaches from fresh summer colours over pastel and aqua hues up to non-colours. Thanks to the generous width of the stripes, the fabric can also be applied laterally. The light decoration fabric is ideally fitting for panels and table linen, also in combination with its counterpart Alabama in plain in the same quality of material.