Boucle upholstery fabric in line with the current trends favouring three-dimensionality, textile sensations, flowing organic forms and associations with craftsmanship. At the same time it is a perfect practical choice.
Tessa is an upholstery fabric with a pleasant haptic surface. The irregular boucle weave aligns with the modern trends in interior design. It brings to mind the timeless French chic that has been popular ever since Coco Chanel designed her famous jackets made from this type of fabric.
Tessa will produce most interesting results when used in wooden furniture such as sofas, armchairs and vintage chairs. It also goes exceptionally well with furniture in fashionable and streamlined shapes – so called "teddy sofas". Such designs were popularised in the 1970s by the French designer Pierre Pauline. Presently, this style has returned on a wave of nostalgia and is widely popular. For instance, it is referred to by Jonas Wagell, the creator of the best-selling Julep sofa.
On the one hand Tessa is an elegant fabric that attracts attention. On the other hand it helps create cosy, warm interiors. The fabric is available in 10 modern minimalist colours that provide numerous arrangement possibilities. The warm shades of white, beige, grey, graphite and anthracite highlight the fabric’s character.
Tessa is rather thick, soft and elastic. It is very practical, as it conceals snags or any other type of damage. Pleasant to the touch, it provides comfortable rest.