Etino is an upholstery fabric resembling cotton drill. Its muted, natural colours and the stone wash finish perfectly match many of the currently popular interior design styles.
Worn-off look has been an ever-present trend in interior design and furnishing in the recent years. On the one hand, we gradually become more accepting of items with a history, those bought second-hand or used. On the other hand, we increasingly value authenticity and naturalness, manifested by the visible signs of the passage of time and wear.
On top of this, there is the popularity of interior design styles that focus on the worn-off look. We like post-industrial lofts, old apartments in tenement houses, country cottages with preserved authentic elements of equipment. Such interiors also require appropriate textile accessories.
When it comes to replacing textiles in these types of interiors, you can go for fabrics such as Etino, which is absolutely new, but marked with visual weathering. The distressing effect on its delicate texture makes its natural, muted shades seem even lighter.
The fabric is available in 15 colour variants. These are shades of olive green, khaki, brown, beige and denim-like blue, as well as the warm yellow of turmeric.