We offer several thousand kinds of fabrics, haberdashery, wallpapers and carpets. Every year we expand our offer by up to twenty products which are in line with the current design and market trends.
To facilitate your search for information about this year’s products, we will gather them in this article, systematically supplementing it with new photos and descriptions.
Have a look at the new fabrics in our 2023 collection.
Aosta is an upholstery fabric with a distinctive structure created by the use of a bouclé thread. The dimensional effect is additionally enhanced by two colours of the yarn, which are contrasting in some colour variants.
Aosta’s weave forms a fine, 3-D checkerboard pattern. The fabric is thick and pleasant to the touch. Its colour palette includes greys, beiges and browns as well as trendy shades of broken white, écru, mustard yellow and russet.
The fabric is made of 47% polypropylene obtained in the process of recycling textile waste.
Aria is a semi-transparent net curtain fabric woven from 100% natural flax fibres. It has a thick, linen weave and visible, small yarn irregularities stemming from the fabric’s natural composition. Aria comes in 9 natural colours associated with a linen cloth. As regards window decoration, the fabric will be best used on its own. It will suit interiors abundant in other natural materials, but also those in an industrial style.
Aria has all the benefits of linen fabrics, e.g. it is breathable and suitable for allergy sufferers.
Decorative and upholstery fabric inspired by sheep fleece with a natural, yet quite rough appearance. This bouclé fabric boasts a distinctive, irregular loop weave and a long pile. The fabric is thick, dense and pleasant to the touch. It comes in 6 subdued colours. The colour palette includes intense ginger, warm white and black, as well as muted shades of grey, beige and brown. Aries is an excellent choice for furniture upholsteries and decorative elements like cushions and bolsters.
Foga is a flame retardant, semi-transparent net curtain fabric. Despite being made from 100% recycled polyester yarn, Foga has a very natural appearance and handle. It is matte and soft to the touch, resembling cotton batiste. The fibres used for its production make Foga easy to maintain, wrinkle-free and UV resistant. Foga comes in the height of 310 cm, which makes it a great solution for decorating high interiors. The wide range of 25 shades of white, ivory, beige and grey allows for creating attractive window decorations.
Collection of upholstery fabrics made in Italy using fibres from recycled cotton T-shirts. This 100% cotton does not need dyeing, as during the first stage of production the fibres are sorted by colour, which limits any negative impact on the environment. The collection comprises 5 fabrics in 7 subdued colours. Garda’s textured, distinctive patterns look fabulous both in white, light and dark grey, as well as warm beige and brown. The colour palette also features elegant graphite and black. Fabrics from the Garda collection are a perfect choice for upholstering furniture with simple forms and for use in nature-inspired interior design projects.
Upholstery fabric resembling natural linen, with a characteristic thick weave. The warp is a bit thinner and has a slightly different shade than the weft, which yields a somewhat 3-D texture and a melange effect. This makes Gobi easy to maintain, as it masks stains, creases or slight defects. The fabric boasts a wide range of colours - 26 subdued shades inspired by nature, especially the desert landscape. Due to a properly selected blend of fibres and a special water-resistant finish, Gobi is easy to handle, durable and tolerates exposure to everyday use. Gobi will match with a variety of arrangement projects. It will be a great choice for rustic-style and shabby chic as well as Scandinavian and modern interiors, also in their industrial version.
Grid is a collection of decorative fabrics created in cooperation with designers Anna Łoskiewicz-Zakrzewska and Zofia Strumiłło-Sukiennik. It is an outcome of numerous inspirations: postmodern aesthetics of the 1980s, cinematic worlds of “Wall Street” and “Tron”, first, very schematic computer graphics and cartography. The common feature of these five decorative velvet fabrics is a printed regular grid motif and a colour gradient effect, changing with the bolt’s height. Each of the fabrics has a different colour scheme connoting one of the following five cities: Warsaw, Beirut, Miami, Naples and Reykjavík. The retro-futuristic quality of the pattern proves to be surprisingly timeless: it will go well with numerous, stylistically diverse interiors, from those inspired by the mid-century style to those in line with the contemporary design. When used in drapes, the wide grid loses its regularity, while the colour gradient lends a touch of three-dimensionality to the entire composition.
Decorative, matt, polyester, double-width fabric with a characteristic structure. Linea (“line” in Italian) is a twill. It boasts a characteristic diagonal weave formed of very fine, yet clearly visible stripes. The fabric is very durable and resistant, being soft and nice to the touch at the same time. It is drapable and does not crease. Linea comes in a wide colour range comprising 47 shades, so it is easy to match the fabric with various, demanding design styles.
Piuma is a light, nearly transparent net curtain fabric. Delicate, very soft and smooth, it is made using 100% polyester fibres. Piuma’s 330 cm height makes it a perfect choice for decorations even in very high interiors.
The fabric’s colour palette includes 13 basic colours: various shades of white, ivory and very light grey. Due to its lightness, softness and smoothness, Piuma will go very well with thick curtains, including other velvet decorative fabrics, e.g. those from the Spring collection.
Riga is a polyester fabric recommended for window decoration and textile accessories. The twill weave, also known as a diagonal pattern, yields an effect of fine transverse stripes, with subtly differing shades and a delicate tangible structure. Riga is soft, drapable and has a pleasant handle. Visually, it resembles woollen twill clothing fabrics. It has an elegant matt finish. Its 28 colour range includes black, greys, navy blue, broken shades of blue and yellow, browns, beiges, creams and white.
Sabbia is a semi-transparent net curtain, whose fibre composition includes linen and bamboo. The fabric is soft and pleasant to the touch. It has a gently visible weave and fine irregularities of the yarn. Visually, it resembles linen fabrics with characteristic creases, but it is more delicate. Sabbia comes in 11 colour variants comprising various cold and warm shades of white. As regards window decoration, the fabric can be used on its own or in combination with rustic-style curtains.
A soft lining fabric for adding a finishing touch to curtains and window decorations made from e.g. silk or other delicate fabrics susceptible to UV radiation.
Sage comes in a wide range of 28 colours. These are predominantly various shades of white, beige, ivory, ecru, but also dark greys, navy blue, azure, browns and black. As a result, Sage will coordinate well with numerous curtain colours.
Soft and pleasant to the touch, Sorano is a knitted velvet fabric with high technical parameters. Its plain, matt finish makes it a great choice for modern interiors, both private and public. The fabric is thick and elastic, with a pleasant velvet texture. Sorano is an excellent solution for interior design projects, as it comes in a wide range of colours. Among these 22 shades, you will certainly find a colour perfectly matching your interior of choice.