NSW Leather expands its range
June 15th, 2009
Leather has been used throughout the ages, admired for its durability, natural origins and stylish aesthetic. It is no surprise that its popularity continues, being used in everything from car upholstery to handbags and of course, furniture.
NSW Leather have been providing the design and architecture industry with quality leather products for over 50 years. The company is now expanding upon their most popular leather ranges with a selection of new colours.
The bright, classical and contemporary colours can be drawn from stockpiles in Europe with a two-week lead-time.
The new colours are across the ‘Millennium’, ‘Casablanca’, ‘Elite’ and ‘Manhattan’ ranges.
Thirteen additional colours are available in ‘Millennium’s fully corrected pigmented leather – on top of over 30 existing colours – while the soft natural grain, semi aniline of ‘Casablanca’ adds 20 new colours to its line-up.
The luxurious, natural, full grain aniline and light pull up effect of ‘Elite’ doubles its colour choice with six new options. Finally, the full grain semi aniline ‘Manhattan’ adds another eight colours.
The great new colours are available to view on the NSW Leather website, with samples available on request.
For more information please contact:
NSW Leather Co.
(61 2) 9319 2900
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