When choosing a cover for upholstered furniture, the customer can decide according to several criteria. In addition to the aesthetic requirements that the upholstery fabric should complement the interior in colour and pattern, it is important to consider the quality, abrasion resistance, colour fastness and cleaning method. Upholstery fabrics are made of various natural materials, e.g. cotton, wool, linen, or chemical fibres, polyester, polyamide, or a combination of several types.
All our upholstery fabrics are high quality, with colour fastness and abrasion resistance, which is indicated in the Martindale scale. For normal household use, the Martindale value should be at least in the range of 25,000 – 40,000 cycles. The higher the number, the more resistant the fabric is to external abrasion.
The offer includes monochrome and multicolour plain fabrics, jacquards, gilets, microfibres, velour. Some fabrics have a special non-staining Teflon treatment, which protects the coating of the product against common dirt and allows it to be easily cleaned when spilling coffee, wine, tea.