Fumo

The name Fumo alludes to Venetian mist. With its Jacquard effect, the semi-transparent design translates the diffuse light refraction into a surprisingly soft feel. Just like a watermark, the light surfaces of the Jacquard react to the incidence of light and set varying highlights in the decoration. Fumo can be processed without lining in semi-transparency. Available in seven choices of colour and 135 cm width.


Use

Curtain, Cushions, Panel curtain, Roller blinds

COMPOSITION

30% cotton, 30% polyester, 40% viscose

DIMENSIONS

Width ca. 135 cm

Care

Care d

Shrinkage ca. 1-3%

Article Notes

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