Indira

For universal applications solid Indira has a viscose and silk blend to thank for its lively finish. With a matt sheen, in drapery it looks both light and voluminous at the same time. The 16 colours coordinated the collection world reveal a subtle mottled effect of varying intensity. Coordinates perfectly with Amalia and Onda.


Use

Curtain, Cushions, Panel curtain, Roller blinds

COMPOSITION

10% silk, 90% viscose

DIMENSIONS

Width ca. 135 cm

Care

Care d

Shrinkage ca. 1%

Article Notes

Inspiring products

  • Assam

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    Finest silk and a multitude of colour coordinated spun wools add up to a dense, lightly structured “faux-uni”. Assam is a fabric in the Luxury Life range and offers a choice of elegant colours.

  • Alpha 2.0

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    There is hardly any design which embodies so perfectly the roots of nya nordiska in the Scandinavian design language as the classical bicoloured stripe designs Jota, Kappa and Alpha 2.0. Even wider block stripes give the fabrics in their new edition a refreshing modernity. Made of pure cotton, the washable and durable natural fibres can be used especially for upholstery, decoration and table sets – in a vivid interplay of colours, they can be combined with the check designs Jota-Check 2.0, Kappa-Check 2.0, Alpha-Check 2.0, the tri-colour stripes Delta, four-colour stripes Mega as well as plain fabric Zeta 2.0.

  • Alexis Day

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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.

  • Alicia

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    Alicia is an extraordinary decoration fabric. A super light thread work fixed as if by magic. Parallel and overlapping o-shapes build the basic grid, but seem to be quadratically arranged. The loose braiding designs a fascinating shadow play. By the traditional method named ‘guipure Lace’ a modern and contemporary design was created. Therefore a water-soluble gauze is mechanically embroidered and finally washed out. The left embroidery, a braiding of hand-caressing yarns suits for innovative decorations and partition coverings.