Sustainable Living fabrics have introduced a new fashion forward and sophisticated colour palette for Sustainable Classics, a classic in the world of vertical upholstery.
February 14th, 2017
Designed, Woven and Dyed in Australia, over the years this screen fabric has been specified by Designers and Architects across all commercial project sectors – Education, Hospitality, Healthcare, Retail, Government and Corporate interior design.
To find the refreshed colour palette, Sustainable Living Fabrics has taken inspiration from nature, or more specifically the Australian bush. The soft muted colours found in our own back yard (think 100 year old eucalypt trees, dry clay earth, coloured sand dunes and leafy bush tracks lent themselves perfectly for application in commercial environments.
With stock held in Melbourne, lead times are fast, and as Sustainable Classics is manufactured to a wider width it is the perfect fit with minimal wastage for office workstation screens. However the applications go much further than that, wide screens, pin boards, operable walls, acoustic and designer wall panelling are easy to upholster using Sustainable Classics.
Sustainable Classics is certified carbon neutral under the Australian Governments carbon neutral program (NCOS), proudly boasts the GECA Type 1 ecolabel for Textile Products and has a 12 year warranty, proving this screen fabric is guaranteed to be a modern Classic.
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