Willow

Using the same material as nya nordiska’s popular Viavai fabric, Willow stages an intriguing interplay of light and shade. Like through the dense treetops, the light here enters through organically shaped, transparent gaps thereby producing dancing light effects in the room. Three subdued colours from the Viavai scale are complemented by a new, soft greyish blue to interpret the decorative “shadow play” in discreet tones.


Use

Curtain, Roller blinds

COMPOSITION

30% polyamid, 70% viscose

DIMENSIONS

Width ca. 310 cm

Care

Care a

Shrinkage ca. 1%

Article Notes

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