Welcome to a new generation in sustainable fabric innovation. We explore King’s new range with durable vegan suede inspired by Italian sports cars, and a velvet-soft fabric made from recycled plastic bottles.
Textile partners Kvadrat and Rubelli create a sumptuous textile collection that offers a new interpretation of Moroso’s hallmark products.
While there’s a plentiful supply of upholstery options out there, you’ll find there are more eco-friendly alternatives that prioritise aesthetics, sustainability and cleanability.
Have you ever wondered how a dodo or a bearded leopard might feel like? Behold Moooi’s Extinct Animal Fabrics, a high-end upholstery fabric collection developed from archival drawings of lost creatures.
Woven Image has refreshed some of its most popular upholstery collections and expanded its patented acoustic panel solution with new colours and variants.
Small pieces of textile are diverted from waste streams and ‘bonded’ with tape to upholster a modular furniture collection.
Woven Image has expanded its collaboration with renowned Australian artist and printmaker Bruce Goold to include new upholstery fabrics, an acoustic wall covering and an acoustic hanging panel.
Celebrating 150 years in design, Walter Knoll is synonymous for timeless elegance. Their Healey Lounge continues this legacy.
Instyle has released new fabrics in its Feel and Tonic upholstery ranges that feature fresh new colours inspired by a mid-century aesthetic.
The Arthur G Amelia Chair and matching ottoman is a sleek and elegant design with a contemporary edge synonymous to Arthur G.