Simple, gently rustic and with a subtle richness of tonality and tactility, Hot Madison Reboot from JAB is a highly versatile fabric that lends itself to both playful contemporary settings and refined classic interiors. A plain weave combines a light and dark yarn made from cotton and linen, giving Hot Madison Reboot a depth of tonal quality with a soft, matte touch.
Indiaskop is made with natural fibers and comes in a variety of muted earthy tones. The tight yet organic canvas structure gives Indiasko the ability to tie together a diverse range of fabrics and materials in a space. The inclusion of linen into the tightly-woven canvas creates a pronounced but well-balanced structure with small ridges that catch and disperse the light, giving the fabric a rich variation in tonality and texture.
Sunday is Dedar and GUBI’s contemporary take on a classic fabric. Its short pile gives it a powdery, cotton-like finish and a rich, sensuous feel to the touch. While highly versatile on many upholsteries, it excels on rounded, organic shapes. Sunday's unique color palette is designed for a wide range of interior expressions – from a cooler, more minimal look, to classic warmer tones.
Richly textured, highly durable, indisputably iconic – Kvadrat’s groundbreaking first textile designed by Nanna Ditzel has now been updated with a color palette in harmony with contemporary interiors. At the heart of Hallingdal 65’s character is the combination of wool and viscose, providing the fabric with superb durability and flexibility, while also giving it depth and radiance of color. In tandem, this creates a rich, supple texture and a fabric designed to last many years of intense use.