Luxaflex® Upholstery fabrics is a well-composed collection of high-quality fabrics in a variety of colours and compositions, well suitable for the project market.
The collection holds flame resistant fabrics as well as highly durable fabrics, mainly made of Wool and Trevira CS but also in combinations with Linen, Acryl, Cotton and Viscose. The colour palette goes from basic white, grey and black to variations of blue, green, yellow and earthy colors.
Abrasion resistant and durable fabrics
Our upholstery fabric collection holds a high abrasion value. Most of the collection is found in the range of 50 000 up to 100 000 Martindale, which makes it highly suitable for the project market. In addition, the collection also holds a high pilling resistance where most fabrics are in the range of 4-5 on the 1-5 scale.
Upholstery fabrics in Velvet
The collection also includes popular Velvet. The fabric is called Alma.
Sound absorbing fabrics
Our fabrics also include sound absorbing alternatives, such as Alma, Bold and Ploegwool.
Further down the page you find a complete fabric overview, with detailed fabric information. The section is called Downloads.
Upholstery fabric made from washed ashore plastic
Using an innovative recycling process, the washed ashore plastic is made into Bionic® yarn. In combination with a superior quality wool this forms the basis of the sustainable upholstery fabric Twinwool. The unique twine gives the fabric a stunning duo-tone effect.
We are here to help! For more information about our upholstery fabric collection, please contact Customer Support. Please note, the website does not support sample order on the upholstery collection.
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- Durable fabrics
- High abrasion value
- Flame resistant
- Wide colour palette
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