Products tagged “2024”

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  • Cosmo

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    Fashion compass. Cosmo as a fibre blend popular on fashion catwalks now broadens its horizons branching out into interiors. Be it as a cushion, curtain or a hard-wearing upholstery fabric, Cosmo turns furniture into “it-pieces” as it does windows. A feeling of Mediterranean lifestyle is woven into its refined braided textures with a matt shine and soft touch. In 15 single colours, ranging from ivory and sand through aqua and maize to graphite and black, it attractively fuses with Nordic chic – as a solo or in a mix & match with Macao, Karima and Fara.

  • Fara

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    Down to a fine art. Fara even spreads Mediterranean flair in northern hemisphere interiors with consummate ease. Its lively wave pattern looks as if immortalized on canvas in large brushstrokes, its colour scheme like a foray into coastal flora. Mimosa, sage and lavender, complemented by terracotta and stone grey, blossom as a warm palette from which one tone and all its shades then extends over a white background. The sophisticated spray-dye printing technology deployed here makes this casual linen-raffia blend suitable for double-face uses – also making an impact when teamed with fabrics like Macao, Karima and Cosmo.

  • Lamis

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    Fine highlight. Lamis gives interiors a unique, natural upgrade and is high-profile since the chintz in semi-transparent linen shines extra-wide and with a fine lustre. This lustre appears softly dimmed with the pale flax nuances but increases in shine the darker its tone gets. This gives the lightweight furnishing fabric, in tones like berry, graphite, oak and anthracite, the shimmering intensity of the sun sinking into the sea. A natural spectacle you can bring to your own home in eight solid colours.

  • Liv

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    On the Silk Road. Liv is the elegant “crowning glory” to exclusive interiors. Its interplay of silk and moir‚ captures the movement and reflexes of light mirrored on the sea. With its refined ribs and the inimitably fine lustre of the natural material that is silk, Liv is a modern classic that when lined can be combined both effectively and timelessly with interiors of all styles. In addition to its elaborate design and soft drape, its exciting colour scheme of 16 tones caters to the complete range of styles from modern to traditional.

  • Lovis

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    Love this. Lovis brings charming “soft skills” to the table with its soft touch and supple drape. This double-face fabric made of finest wool is a real delight to the touch and creates a pleasant and cosy atmosphere, be it as a curtain, cushion or lightweight upholstery fabric. This feel is also enhanced by the fabric’s own natural properties that positively influence the indoor climate. The 10 mottled natural tones and 5 high-profile colours can be coordinated just as exquisitely with purist, minimised architecture as with a sensual retro look.

  • Lykke

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    A textile stroke of luck. Lykke (meaning luck, in English) injects both energy and rhythm into interiors. Its 28 tones come in the intensity of a low-sitting sun in autumn. Be it almond, olive, berry, peach, cinnamon, burgundy, curry, walnut or one of the other numerous options – here thereÉs a favourite shade for everyone. This 300 cm wide textile multi-talent combines a matt look with a particularly soft touch and can be used universally for curtains, blinds and as a lining or upholstery fabric. Lykke projects the natural appearance of a linen-cotton woven while in reality it is sustainably manufactured from recycled polyester.

  • Molina

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    Naturally soft focus. The colours on the horizon changing from sunrise to sunset provide the inspiration for Molina. What nature stages horizontally, is transposed vertically into this textile counterpart – with a maritime, earthy, natural or graphic colour spectrum spreading over a 320 cm width. Ivory makes for flowing transitions between the individual tones – just like the incidental light softly illuminating the semi-transparent natural woven of wool and linen.

  • Noor

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    Above the clouds. Noor is the name of the creative “flight of fancy” that gives interiors a decorative boost. The jacquard pattern features abstract cloud configurations in changing light, from grey morning dusk and hazy sunny yellow to clear azure blue and evening glow. The added contrast between brushed cotton for the woven-in motif and the smooth background gives this soft furnishing a 3D look and special aura. Noor can be lined to serve as an elegant curtain fabric or reveal its nuanced interplay of colours when unlined and backlit.

  • Ravello

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    All-weather fabric. Ravello whisks us away on a trip to that picturesque coastal village of the same name on the Amalfi Coast. Its terraced landscape is echoed by the soft undulating tiers of this double-width, semi-transparent pleated fabric. The three-dimensional texture looks just like linen but is in fact 100% solution dyed acrylic, making Ravello suitable for both in and outdoor use. Fast-drying, especially light-fast and mildew-resistant, it exudes textile charms in natural sand, stone and sun hues – from living rooms to patios and terraces.

  • Smilla

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    Decorative “networking”. With its enticing knit texture Smilla transposes summer lightness and warmth into a fine fishnet look that toys with incidental light. In keeping with that relaxed easy seaside living in the beach season, all shades of summery pastel shades from sand, wind and waves are available here, casting their spell on us any time and any place. What’s more, this appealing fabric with its natural matt lustre also scores points with easy-care properties – a new decorative look that shouldn’t “slip through the net”.

  • Tamo

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    Duet of night and day. Furnishing fabric Tamo interprets the change from brightness to twilight as a plain fabric with one lighter and one darker side, thereby always putting interiors in the right light. Its colour spectrum encompasses finely nuanced naturals such as bone, flax and sand alongside a warm sienna red, and with silver and arctic it boasts further “ingredients” for decorative diversity. Woven from the same exquisite natural fibres as Toja, this two-tone solid provides broad scope for staging interiors – both on its own or in an interplay with its striped counterpart.

  • Toja

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    Nature’s skyline. Reminiscent of mountain ridges looming in the distance, Toja’s horizontal striped pattern comes in six sand, stone, Rosewood and blue shades – colours also hailing from that interspace between heaven and earth. This cotton satin made from pure natural fibres embodies high quality with refined understatement. As lightweight upholstery or cushion covers it convinces us with its soft touch while as curtains its heavy, flowing drape elegantly comes to bear. The double-face fabric with its positive & negative effect, at times lighter at others darker, always shows itself in the best light – preferably also with solid fabric Tamo.