Oki

Very interesting mixture of linen and polyester. Oki is a semi-transparent decoration fabric with a paper-like structure. The irregular pleating adds a special refinement to this article.


Use

Curtain

COMPOSITION

40% polyester, 60% linen

DIMENSIONS

Width ca. 180 cm

Care

Care p

Shrinkage ca. 2-4%

Article Notes

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