Foglia is a great experience for all senses! Thanks to its linen and cotton content, the three-dimensional, imprint-like structure has a fascinating yet natural feel. Foglia is 320 centimetres wide and ideal for nature-inspired window decorations.



35% cotton 35% polyester 30% linen

Weight 100 g/qm


Width appr. 320 cm

Rapport 37-39 x 48-50 cm


Care l

Shrinkage appr. 1%


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Fabric must be railroaded. Fitting without seams. The manufacture of the article complies with the specifications of STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX. Due to the content of natural fibres, this fabric reacts to temperature and humidity with slight variations in length when railroaded.

Inspiring products

  • Osmondo

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    The botanic pattern of signature fabric Osmondo made of pure linen looks hand-drawn with its fine lines. It features an all-over fern leaf applied to the basic fabric Nubia using a wet printing process. In four shades the soft linen satin looks like a pseudo plain from a distance while close up it reveals its refined foliage. Osmondo is washable.

  • Gambo

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    Filmy in-between with a pattern of loosely scattered braces of blossoms. The carbon print is realized in a very causal spotted manner. By this, the blossoms gain a pictorial appearance. Gambo is a discreet, easy care transparent fabric and, due to its wide range of colours, feels comfortable in many different furnishing styles.

  • Monti

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    Blossoming island fantasies. Delicate plant silhouettes creep across furnishing fabric Monti and are highlighted by the embroidered hatching that surrounds them. In addition to finely varied stitching in blue, sand or graphite nuances on a pale cotton-linen background there is also a version with white embroidery on an anthracite background. A 2 cm overlap ensures the floral embroidery can blossom without limits indoors.

  • Liko CS

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    For rooms with a view. Semi-transparent stripes in Liko CS’ jacquard pattern produce a smart window-blind effect where the floral “vistas” appear as if filtered by a filigree grid. The blossoms interspersed with this “window-blind hatching” in light brushstrokes look as if blown by the wind. Depending on which face of the fabric is used these either stand out pale against a darker background or dark against a lighter one. The versatile colour scale of this double-face furnishing fabric fit for contract interiors ranges from sheer natural tones to dark ink blue and black.