Rubino 2.0

Rubino 2.0

Rubino 2.0 – the name says it all – as red tones like burgundy, ruby or fire are now gaining importance again in interior design. Complemented by fresh nuances from the blue-green scale, discreet natural tones and elegant non-colours this 140 cm wide drapery and upholstery fabric can be used universally. Its combination of soft, velvety feel and everyday durability qualifies it for numerous design situations: solo, in an exciting mix & match with patterned fabrics from the collection or in a velvety interplay with Cord 2.0.


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COMPOSITION

100% cotton

Weight 410 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 140 cm

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Care

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Shrinkage appr. 1%

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Any irregular shading due to slight differences in the angle of the pile is a result of the composition of the material and is typical for this fabric. Pile fabrics react to humidity, temperature and pressure. This may give rise to slight changes in appearance, which are not, however, an indication of inferior quality. Water-repellent. Iron only reverse side.

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