Harris

Very sturdy upholstery fabric with vivid bouclé optics and a pleasant dry touch. Harris is a flexible all-rounder, with a sportive and elegant performance in the non-colours. In colours like green, mustard, orange, rust or pigeon blue, however, this article transports the retro chic of the Sixties.


Use

Cover fabric, Cushions

COMPOSITION

10% cotton, 15% polyester, 25% wool, 50% acrylic

DIMENSIONS

Width ca. 145 cm

Care

Care e

Shrinkage ca. 1-3%

Article Notes

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