Granola is a melange upholstery fabric inspired by the mid-century design. We have extended its colour palette with 5 new shades.
Each of Granola’s 21 colour variants is a combination of several hues in carefully selected proportions and compositions. They infallibly evoke the design used in the mid-twentieth century both in clothing and furniture. The new additions to the colour chart of the fabric are predominantly based on dark, saturated browns in cold and warm tones, tactfully complemented with white, grey and orange. The sole exception is indigo combined with blue, white and grey fibres. Such colour compositions will not only prove practical in everyday use, but will also go well with the currently trendy dark colours of wood.
Granola is an upholstery fabric, whose composition comprises a blend of recycled cotton and wool, acrylic, polyester and silk. It will be a great solution for upholstering sofas, armchairs, chairs and pouffes, especially those with wooden frames. Its abrasion resistance is 50 000 Martindale cycles.
With its appearance, Granola resembles the famous donegal tweeds that have for centuries been manufactured in County Donegal, Ireland. This region is known for plain-weave tweeds, with the warp and weft differing in colour. These tweeds were adorned with irregularly woven small pieces of variously-coloured yarn, usually contrasting with the colour of the main fabric.