Fabrics

Fabrics are as different as they are extensive in material design and variety. Modern furniture fabric production makes use of a wide range of different materials. They play a significant part in determining the quality, functional characteristics and look of the upholstery fabric. Upholstery fabrics are made from both natural fibres and man-made fibres. Natural fibres come from plants or animals. Man-made fibres consist of polymers which are either extracted from natural fibres or manufactured synthetically. In addition to the materials used, it is primarily the manufacturing method that is important with upholstery fabrics. The fabric types manufactured using different processes vary both in look and feel and in their properties when in use.

Further colours and qualities are available from your specialist dealer. 

Upholstery fabric Florida

✓ Timeless flat weave with a fine surface structure.

✓ Robust and resilient.

✓ Suitable for everyday use and easy to care for.
✓ Further colours available.

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Upholstery fabric Clash

✓ Soft and voluminous micro fibre.

✓ Attractive appearance.
✓ Almost resistant to lint.
✓ Further colours available.

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Upholstery fabric Trend

✓ Soft Chenille fabric.

✓ Particularly suitable for daily use and can be cleaned thanks to a stain-resistant treatment.
✓ Timeless yet modern - completely made in Italy.
✓ Further colours available.

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Upholstery fabric Twice

✓ Timeless, sophisticated upholstery fabric in current trendy colours.

✓ Robust and durable.
✓ Pleasant feel.
✓ Further colours available.

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Upholstery fabric Matrix

✓ Velvety soft Velour.

✓ Easy to care for and durable.

✓ Attractive two-tone effect.
✓ Further colours available.

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Upholstery fabric Yelda

✓ Structured, timeless fabric.
✓ Soft quality with excellent load-bearing capacity.

✓ Classic all-round look.
✓ Further colours available.

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Upholstery fabric Craft

✓ A velour fabric that hardly leaves any writing effects on the surface.

✓ Subtle print patterns create harmonious structures.
✓ Velvety soft feel.
✓ Further colours available.

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Upholstery fabric Picasso

✓ Fabric with a medium-coarse structure and a smooth surface.

✓ Timeless upholstery fabric in the latest colour range.

✓ Slightly multi-coloured appearance.

✓ Further colours available.

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Upholstery fabric Velvet

✓ A quality that impresses with its velvety soft feel.
✓ Very fine and smooth surface.

✓ Further colours available.

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Upholstery fabric Arizona

✓ soft and voluminous microfibre.

✓ pleasant feel.

✓ further colours available.

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Upholstery fabric Free

✓ pleasant feel.

✓ structured timeless fabric.

✓ transforms living spaces into comfort zones.

✓ further colours available.

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Flat weave

 

Flat weave is the name for pile-free fabrics. They can have a smooth to very structured surface, which is often emphasised by fancy yarns or threads or by patterns. At least two groups of threads cross each other. This production method gives the fabric its distinctive look and its pleasant feel. Typical use and functional properties are possible pilling (pilling). A standard pilling shaver can help here. Superficial roughening and, as a consequence, shimmering (seat mirror) cannot be avoided. With light-coloured fabrics, there is a risk of textile staining (jeans effect). Colour abrasion and / or colour pigment migration is unavoidable in the case of cover combinations with light / dark cover materials. Slight colour changes (especially in the case of intense colours) when exposed to UV radiation (direct sunlight) are unavoidable. Possible slight deviations in structure and colour from the sample tab cannot be ruled out. Loops are to be expected when getting caught with sharp objects (e.g. rivets on jeans).

 

Micro-fibre

As a modern high-tech fibre, micro-fibre is a real all-rounder, mostly made of polyester or polyamide. Millions of micro fine fibres form this cover material. The individual endless threads / fibres are ten times thinner than the thread of the silkworm and are processed into fine yarns. Fabrics made of micro-fibres are particularly light and at the same time extremely hard-wearing, tear-resistant and easy to care for. Use and functional properties are possible pilling as well as seat mirror and patina formation. With light-coloured fabrics, there is a risk of textile staining (jeans effect). Colour abrasion and / or colour pigment migration is unavoidable in the case of cover combinations with light / dark cover materials. Slight colour changes (especially with intense colours) when exposed to UV radiation (direct sunlight) are unavoidable. Possible slight deviations in structure and colour from the sample tab cannot be ruled out. Loops are to be expected when getting caught with sharp objects (e.g. rivets on jeans). Micro-fibres are sensitive to liquids, especially alcohol and solvents.

 

Chenille

Chenille refers to a woven or knitted fabric with a velvety surface that is made from chenille yarn. The individual chenille thread has many hairs sticking out to the side, the so-called pile. The inside (the so-called soul) of the chenille thread consists of at least two threads that are twisted (twisted) together during the manufacture of the chenille thread. Nevertheless, it is not a pure pile fabric but rather belongs to the flat weave due to its manufacturing method. Properties typical for use and goods are possible pilling (pilling). A standard pilling shaver can help. Superficial roughening and, as a consequence, shimmering (seat mirror) cannot be avoided. With light-coloured fabrics, there is a risk of textile staining (jeans effect). Colour abrasion and / or colour pigment migration is unavoidable in the case of cover combinations with light / dark cover materials. Slight colour changes (especially with intense colours) when exposed to UV radiation (direct sunlight) are unavoidable. Possible slight deviations in structure and colour from the sample tab cannot be ruled out. Loops are to be expected when getting caught with sharp objects (e.g. rivets on jeans).

 

Velours

Particularly noteworthy are the pleasant feel, the optics and the durability of this fabric. The following points are typical of the goods and therefore normal properties of this fabric, as well as of velvet fabrics in clothing or carpets: shimmering (this gives the impression that the fabric has colour differences); Usage lustre (under the influence of pressure, body heat, body and air humidity, a visible change in the pile layer may occur. Depending on the incidence of light, these create the impression of stains, especially on velour furniture upholstery fabrics or flat fabrics such as Chenille). These properties are typical of velour.

 

Flock fabric

Flock fabric is the name for flocked upholstery fabrics with a velvety to suede-like appearance, the pile (flock) of which is not woven in, but fixed on a textile carrier fabric (e.g. cotton or polyester). The top is made from synthetic fibre filaments. By embossing or swirling the top, different structured top sides are achieved. A great variety of colours and pronounced usability are the strengths of this special material. Usage and functional properties, e.g. shimmering, so that the impression of colour differences can arise and changes in the pile layer (lustre in use) due to pressure, body heat, body and air humidity as an influence on the fabric. The entirety of these influences can give the appearance of stains with different incidence of light. With light-coloured fabrics, there is a risk of textile staining (jeans effect). Colour abrasion and / or colour pigment migration is unavoidable in the case of cover combinations with light / dark cover materials. Slight colour changes (especially with intense colours) when exposed to UV radiation (direct sunlight) are unavoidable. Possible slight deviations in structure and colour from the sample tab cannot be ruled out. Flock fabrics are sensitive to liquids, especially alcohol and solvents.

The colours of the fabric and leather samples shown may differ from the original depending on the monitor and resolution; we cannot guarantee this.