Lanalino

Lanalino

Formidable semi-transparent woven uni made of wool and linen. Lanalino is modern understatement. An elementary plain weave and harmonically corresponding colours in warp and weft give a pure and casual ambiance to this decoration fabric. Lanalino can be combined with the Nya Textiles fabric Kerala.


Use

Curtain, Panel curtain, Roller blinds

COMPOSITION

50% linen, 50% wool

DIMENSIONS

Width ca. 300 cm

Care

Care d

Shrinkage ca. 1-3%

Article Notes

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