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COMPOSITION

50% cotton 50% polyester

Weight 120 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width 280 cm

Rapport –

Care

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Shrinkage appr. 2-4%

Features

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Fabric can be fitted in either direction. We also recommend these articles for lining.

Inspirierende Produkte

  • Alexis Night

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    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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.