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Pina

Fluffy as a fun factor. Pina varies the dot theme all naturally on a semi-transparent linen background. Featuring two mini pompons each, the irregularly placed Fil-coupé appeals to both the eye and the fingertips while spreading an upbeat atmosphere in the room. Ivory, sand and grey as finely dosed colour alternatives revisit the fabric classic for a fresh new contemporary revival. A fabric that combines warmth and homeliness with a playful, modern appearance and easy-care washability.


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COMPOSITION

60% linen 40% polyester

Weight 110 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 325 cm

Rapport appr. 30 x appr.19 cm

Care

Care b

Shrinkage appr. 2-4%

Features

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Fabric can be fitted in either direction. 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. Iron only reverse side.

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