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Collection 2022

  • Almina

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    City – Country – River. Almina is suitable for universal applications – from urban lofts to modern country homes. The semi-transparent fabric is an accomplished symbiosis of naturalness and modern technology: its piece-dyed base material made of recycled polyester features a typical linen look while the fancy yarn used for the fine, irregular vertical stripe looks hand-made. A texture reminiscent of the irregular surface of a river that breathes life into the pattern and interiors with four delicate natural tones.

  • Arik

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    Cool Wool. Arik is a natural talent. Both lightweight, rugged with 35,000 Martindale rubs and easy-care it serves both as an elegant upholstery fabric and as a furnishing fabric with a beautiful drape and attractive reverse. Made of 100% wool it controls moisture and heat and can therefore contribute to the improvement of the indoor climate. With its soft feel it is also pleasant to touch. The cubic-abstract all-over design thrives on the contrast between warp and weft and – depending on the colour combination – produces either a modern Scandinavian effect or a charming retro look.

  • Bente

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    Upgrade for a classic. Bente re-interprets the pinstripes known from men?s suits as a versatile soft furnishing fabric. As homely as it is abrasion-resistant, this 100% wool fabric “dresses” upholstered furniture in a timelessly beautiful way and is also suitable for draperies with an attractive double-face effect. It scores points with its indoor-climate improving properties and is even machine-washable on a wool cycle. Bente lends itself to numerous furnishing ideas – either in a straightforward solo appearance or in concert with Arik for a harmonious mixture of wool fabrics. The carefully coordinated colour scale always strikes the right note.

  • Joris

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    Fashion for windows. Joris projects the style and radiance of current fashion to interiors. With its elegant drape and matt surface this single-coloured fabric exudes a relaxed, hip feel underscored even further by its dry touch and refined sound in movement. The piece-dyed furnishing fabric woven from recycled polyamide can be made into versatile draperies from curtains to pull-up blinds. Its nine-colour scale comprises pastel shades as well as dark blue and grey tones. Tailor-made for style-assured applications.

  • Lona

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    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.

  • Lucia CS

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    The “textile light figure”. Lucia CS provides interiors with an exclusive air. This jacquard in Trevira CS appears like a combination of silk and linen with its elegant, heavy drape. Dots in a matt weft yarn stand out three-dimensionally from the shimmering background and arouse associations with crescent moons due to their semi-circle array. With lively panache Lucia CS carries over their radiant energy to interiors. Eight background colours ranging from pastel shades to navy and graphite make the dots that are one nuance darker look especially three-dimensional.

  • Menta CS

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    Sheer, sheerer, Menta CS. The fineness of the transparent base fabric sets new standards in the segment of Trevira CS wovens fit for public use. It conveys a sense of weightlessness that it is underlined even further by the digitally printed design. Abstract foliage in that typical, Nordic nya nordiska style varies in transparency due to its overlaps – optionally available in three soft non-colours or three high-impact tones. With its modern nature motif, this easy-care fabric exudes vitality for both contract and residential interiors – in a gossamer style.

  • Pina

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    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.

  • Pinati

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    Right to the point. For this modern twist on the classic Plumetis jacquard dots “dance” out of step with consummate ease. The fancy yarn this Fil-coupé is woven from “blows up” its clipped threads in a pompon style – anew after each washing. This provides the pattern on the transparent base fabric with both visually and haptically appealing three-dimensionality. In three soft non-colours Pinati gets right to the decorative point for modern window design in a featherweight way.

  • Rio Bravo CS

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    New whiteness. Even classic patterns need continuous face lifts to retain their decorative validity. With its particularly clear woven stripes Rio Bravo CS is the current interpretation of this design so indispensable to the nya nordiska spectrum. Its clear white background provides the 0.5 cm fine stripes in timeless colours and fresh pastel shades with a modern radiance. Two discreet colour versions in camel complement the colour palette. This is virtually a revitalising therapy for upholstery and drapery in both urban and modern-rural environments.

  • Rio Grande CS

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    Refreshment “en bloc”. Featuring as number 2 in the Rio trio is the block stripe Rio Grande CS that presents all the benefits of this design group in a 12 cm “broad-band format”. Colours like steel, powder, oak or salvia unfold modern “joie de couleur” on wide expanses. The colour change is supported by a texture variation here: with a satin weave the coloured stripes also set themselves apart from the Panama weave background. The hard-wearing material in 100% Trevira CS is suitable both as decoration and upholstery fabric.

  • Rio Uni CS

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    Winning four. The fabric quartet made of Trevira CS in four natural solid tones provides the perfect basis for combinations with the Rio Bravo CS and Rio Grande CS stripes. As a “solo artist” Rio Uni CS combines a finely textured surface thanks to its hopsack weave with a matt look and dry touch. 25,000 Martindale rubs qualify the flame-retardant woven for use as an upholstery and drapery fabric in both facilities and private interiors. Ivory, camel, grey and black invite users to a topical cocktail with the striped patterns of the Rio series – right down to the nuance.