Polyester

AAll our polyester fabrics are certified in accordance with STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® and many of them are EU Ecolabelled, which is your guarantee of high quality free of dangerous chemicals. Polyester, which is used to manufacture our various fabrics, is usually recycled for use in insulation or as a filling in your sofa, and this gives our polyester an extra sustainable dimension.Our wide range of polyester fabrics are also free of dangerous chemicals and are characterised by being extremely resistant, versatile and durable materials.

Taken from the Latin language, Linea means line, reflecting the beautiful and distinctive exterior of this fabric. A fabric inspired by the corduroy-feel, Linea is both elegant and playful. With an incredibly soft tactility and extremely durable quality, exemplified in a Martindale value of 100.000, this fabric offers something truly spectacular. Linea is certified OEKO-TEX certified guaranteeing no hazardous chemicals are used.

Material: 85% polyester / 15% acryl

Martindale: 100.000

Pilling: 4-5

Light fastness: 5

Ascot is a flat woven upholstery, with a rough texture and a soft surface. By combining synthetic, durable fibres with natural ones, Ascot combines the best of both worlds. Ascot is STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified and tested in accordance with the highest standards.

 

Specifications

Material: 39% polyacrylic / 39% polyester / 14% cotton / 8% wool

Martindale: 25,000

Light fastness: 4-5

Pilling: 4

Ocean is a furniture fabric with unique qualities that can be seen in the dye, where even the smallest parts are dyed before the yarn is spun. This is a completely unique quality to Ocean, making it a fabric with incredibly high light fastness. Ocean has a soft surface structure and is 100% free of PFC, and manufactured without the use of water in production and gives Ocean a more sustainable origin. Ocean is also STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified and produced without dangerous chemicals and heavy metals.

 

Specifications

Material: 100% olefin

Martindale: 45,000

Light fastness: 8

Pilling: 4

Bergo does something none of our other materials do. It's made from recycled polyester made of plastic bottles. No new raw materials are used in the production and the chemicals are completely harmless. Likewise, Bergo is free from heavy metals, has been awarded the EU Ecolabel and is STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified.

 

Specifications

Material: 98% recycled polyester / 2% polyester

Martindale: 100,000

Light fastness: 6-7

Pilling: 5

Nantes is a stylish fabric with a finely woven design and high abrasion resistance. The fine weaving is complemented by the discreet interplay of colour play that enhances the shades in between. Nantes is a timeless upholstery fabric that is STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified and made to last.

 

Specifications

Material: 100% polyester

Martindale: 120,000

Light fastness: 5

Pilling: 4-5

London is roughly woven, yet still has an elegant expression. The fabric is lustrous and is complemented by a high abrasion resistance and long life. London is also manufactured without the use of dangerous chemicals and is STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified.

 

Specifications

Material: 100% polyester

Martindale: 100,000

Light fastness: 5

Pilling: 4-5

Memory features a roughly structured weave, creating an exclusive effect and proof of good craftsmanship. Designed in three tonal colours, Memory features a unique interplay of colours with a melange effect. Memory is also STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified.

 

Specifications

Material: 51% acrylic / 36% polyester / 8% viscose / 5% linen

Martindale: 40,000

Light fastness: 5

Pilling: 4-5

Baize is an exceptionally soft furniture fabric that offers unparalleled comfort. The fabric has a lovely, classic and stylish look that makes it suitable for using on most furniture. Baize is also certified according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®, which ensures that no dangerous chemicals or heavy metals are used in its production.

 

Specifications

Material: 100% polyester

Martindale: 60,000

Light fastness: 5

Pilling: 4-5

Fawn is a soft and comfortable furniture upholstery with a subtle interplay of colour, creating the illusion that more colour threads have been used than is actually the case. Instead, its printed colour technique gives Fawn its distinctive look, which is beautifully complemented by a genuine quality highlighted by its STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certification, which ensures that no dangerous chemicals are used in production.

 

Specifications

Material: 100% polyester

Martindale: 100,000

Light fastness: 4-5

Pilling: 4-5

Step Melange er født med et levende og dragende farvespil med en luksuriøs melange-effekt. Step Melange er både STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®-certificeret og EU Ecolabel mærket og er derfor et gennemført holdbart og samtidig smukt møbelstof. Med en Martindale på 100.000 er stoffet desuden skabt til både privat og offentligt brug.

 

Specifikationer

Materiale: 100% polyester

Martindale: 100.000

Lysægthed: 4-5

Pilling: 5-7

Globa is an exclusive upholstery fabric with striped velvet effect that gives your furniture an exclusive touch. The fabric is produced using a very special weaving method that gives Globa its beautiful, 70s-inspired structure. Furthermore, Globa is STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified, which ensures that no dangerous chemicals are used in its

 

Specifications

Material: 47% acrylic / 33% polyester / 20% textured polyester

Martindale: 25,000

Light fastness: 5

Pilling: 4-5

Soil is a flat-woven soft fabric made from 60% recycled bottles and is STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®-certified. A strong and durable fabric with a sustainable outset.

 

Specifications

Material: 60% Recycled Polyethylene / 40% Polyester

Martindale: 100.000

Light fastness: 4-5

Piling: 4

 

 

Polyester and nylon fibres are generally durable and easy to maintain. Always start by impregnating your furniture before you start using it to give it the best conditions. Artificial fibres don't fade as much as cotton, which is why we recommend polyester for homes where life is lived to the edge and sometimes beyond.

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Martindale, pilling and light fastness

Martindale, pilling and light fastness inform you about a fabric's durability. We use them to make it easy for you to see which is the right kind of furniture upholstery for you and your needs.

Martindale

measures the abrasion resistance of a fabric and ranges from 10,000-120,000, with 120,000 being the highest abrasion resistance. As a rule of thumb, the abrasion resistance for hard wear should be above 20,000, but in daily use an abrasion resistance of up to 10,000 is more than enough. The abrasion resistance of our selected upholstery fabrics ranges from 20,000 and up to 120,000 martindale. Substances with a martindale above 80,000 are suitable for using in public places, such as airports, lobbies and suchlike.

Pilling

is the term for the small balls of fabric that form on the surface of a fabric as a result of friction and which give the fabric a slightly furry appearance. There will always be some natural pilling at the beginning until the excess fibres have gone. Pilling is evaluated on a scale of 1-5, indicating the risk of pilling or loose fibres. 5 is best and our furniture upholsteries are always at least 3.
The fastest and cheapest way to remove pilling is by using a small electric razor designed for this purpose. A pilling comb is also effective and can help just as much as a razor.

Light fastness

describes a cover's ability to withstand sunlight. Nylon and cotton usually have a low light fastness, while wool, acrylic and polyester have a higher light fastness. The scale is a doubling scale, which ranges from 1-8, where 8 is highest and best. The higher the light fastness, the better the cover is at withstanding sunlight without losing colour. However, it is generally a good idea to keep furniture away from direct sunlight. Some covers will fade faster than others, indicated by the light fastness. We recommend that you don't choose a cover with a light fastness below 3. Synthetic fibres also have a higher light fastness than, for example, natural fibres.