Camira Landscape Contact: Converge | Large Scale Wool Upholstery & Pillow Fabric
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Camira Landscape Contact: Converge
- Pattern: Landscape Contact
- Colorway: Converge
- Content: 95% Pure New Wool, 5% Nylon
- Repeat:Width 5 3/4 inches Length 5 3/4 inches (±5%)
- Width: 54"
- Weight: 11 3/4 oz per linear yard
- Durability: 100,000+ double rubs
Inspired by the re-imagined plaids of the catwalks, the Landscape Collection is a tailored approach to meet the demands of the future office. Modular systems are increasingly used to travel through and define open workspace environments. Balance, Contact and Synergy can work in isolation or unison.
MODERN FABRICS SAYS:
This wonderful 95% wool based fabric in shades of gray with red accents is perfect for the modern home or office. This is really one of a kind fabric and design, don't miss it! Perfect for upholstery, pillows, bedding, throws, even winter apparel. Just WOW! I LOVE Camira
In my own words, I really love Camira fabrics. We pretty much exclusively carry Camira wools which are equal in quality to anything Maharam makes in my opinion. From what I understand Camira is a weaver, therefore they are able to keep their prices lower then other wool fabric distributors. I love the Camira solid wools, but i especially LOVE their woven wools that have a design incorporated in it, always stunning and amazing. This is what they say about themselves
We make fabrics for spaces and places, from offices to schools, trains to buses, and shops to hospitals. Our fabrics are used in a vast array of commercial interiors, education, healthcare, retail, and for passenger transport on bus, coach and rail. We make over 8 million metres of fabric a year, in the UK and in Lithuania, so you’re sure to have touched upon our fabrics either at work, at play or on the move. We spin and dye yarn, grow bast fibre crops to blend with wool, and weave on over 100 dobby, jacquard and plush looms to create beautiful fabrics which bring colour, design and personality to interior schemes. See and read more at CamiraFabrics.com