NEW: Chieftain’s Upcycled Pasha

Collection: Pasha 
Models: 11 
Usage: Upholstery 
Fabric Type: Faux-Leather, Upcycled 
Performance: Crib 5, Antimicrobial, Antifungal

Chieftain Fabrics are delighted to announce the launch of a new range – a soft luxurious vinyl fabric in an assortment of gentle complementary tones.

Pasha is a soft, lightweight addition to the Chieftain Collection.  Its unusual grain makes it feel akin to woven linen and its soft handle and pliability make it a favourite with upholsterers.

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Design Insider Chieftain Fabrics Pasha Ring

They have taken great care in its fabrication, ensuring that only the highest quality ingredients are chosen and all dyes used in the process are organic.  Chieftain has upcycled Pasha’s backing cloth from 100% recycled cotton yarns, ensuring that the impact on our environment is as low as possible.

Pasha’s delicate colour palette and muted tones have been chosen to complement its luxurious handle.

Design Insider Chieftain Fabrics Pasha Roll

There are 11 colour ways within Pasha which are suitable for contract application and high traffic areas. It is a Crib 5 fabric, has antimicrobial properties and can withstand 500,000 Martindale Rubs. Similar to our Lionella range, Pasha has a 12% PU coat which makes it soft to touch and is perfectly suited, although not restricted to application in the Hospitality Sector.

Design Insider Chieftain Fabrics Pasha Fabric

If this collection of fabric inspires you, why not explore more on Design Insider? Chieftain Fabrics recently spoke to us about their heritage collections.

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