Hunter Douglas Commercial introduces Seychelles Fabric with tonal backing.
October 11th, 2010
The new Hunter Douglas Commercial Seychelles Fabric is one of the most opulent fabrics available on the market today.
It has a tonal background which can be matched to the external facade of your building for a completely uniform look inside and out.
This new, top-of-the-range blockout fabric has been manufactured in Australia using iridescent and organic yarns, to create a luxuriously soft and shimmering fabric to complement modern buildings and current interior design trends.
The tonal backing also means that where the reverse of your blind becomes visible, for example in Roller Blind applications, no more stark white fabric will be revealed – allowing the blind to perfectly complement the exterior facade as well as the interior design.
The new tonal backing has been especially co-ordinated for each of the six colours – Essence, Angora, Champagne, Empire, Willow and Drizzle.
With functionality top of mind, Seychelles Fabric has been treated with Sanitized® Antimicrobial Protection which effectively reduces the development of bacteria, odour and mildew.
Additionally, it has also been treated with DURAGUARD® Fabric Protector which effectively repels most stain causing agents with its proven, water based, preventative, formula.
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