Metroweave draw on special expertise and a wide network of contacts to deliver the finest fabrics available.
June 2nd, 2009
A fusion of business and marketing skills with fashion design expertise is the driving force behind Melbourne fabric specialists, Metroweave. Founders Hans and Mimi Marti established the company in 1986, drawing on their professional expertise, creative flair, marketing acumen and extensive network of European contacts to launch the specialist fabric house.
Operating out of their Prahran showroom in Melbourne, Metroweave specialises in exclusive importation and distribution of interior textiles from Europe’s most respected fabric manufacturers.
Their specialist selection of fabrics offers interior designers and decorators an inspiring selection of window coverings, upholstery and soft furnishing fabrics.
Drawing on a wealth of experience and a gift for design, the duo also offers an expert advisory service to clients on both private and commercial requirements.
Changing client needs are also fully catered for with traditional, eclectic, bold and directional ranges. Collections encompass the highest quality of fabrics available and aim to inspire and stimulate the user.
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