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Lona

Art for all settings. Lona is the name of the design trick that gives rise to one-off textiles for sophisticated decorations during the dyeing process. The abstract motif is applied to 100% linen using tie-dye technology. Its organic shape in various intensities of black features without a repeat on the base fabric available in two tones. Being both artful and natural, Lona finds the matching setting in every surrounding – from purist architectural interiors to modern country homes.


COMPOSITION

100% linen

Weight 125 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 150 cm

Rapport –

Care

Care a

Shrinkage appr. 4-6%

Features

Slub, colour deviations and slight irregularities are not flaws but are caused by using natural fibres. They add to the attrac- tiveness of these fibres. The manufacture of the article complies with the specifications of STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX. Double-face. As protection against the influence of sunlight, we recommend to line the fabric.

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