ILIV’S ASCOT COLLECTION REVEALED

ILIV, a leading UK designer and manufacturer of flame-retardant fabrics, launches Ascot, a high-shine distressed leather-look vinyl suitable for hospitality, workspace and healthcare environments.

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Following the success of their popular matt faux-leather collection Saddle, ILIV have introduced Ascot, a brand new high-shine version, in 25 colour options.

A high-performance upholstery fabric with a Martindale exceeding 350,000 rubs, Ascot also boasts waterproof, stain-resistant, and anti-microbial features, making it an ideal option for not only hospitality and workspace environments but also healthcare spaces. Ascot is woven with a strong cotton knitted backing, providing flexibility for upholstering, without too much stretch.

Available in 25 colourways, with a palette ranging from the traditional deep red tones of Garnet and lush green Cedar to contemporary neutrals Stone and Pewter, the subtle leather grain patterning of Ascot has been designed in a way that ensures there is no obvious pattern repeat, providing a great vegan alternative to traditional leather.

Ascot coordinates effortlessly with many of ILIV’s popular designs, including luxe faux-mohair Phoenix, the statement geometric patterns of Astro and traditional checks-and-stripes collection Cairngorm, to create comfortable and stylish interiors.

To browse the full collection and order free samples, click here.

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Jess is a Marketing & Event professional who joined the BCFA as a Marketing Executive in 2019. Working closely with designers and BCFA members, Jess has published an array of content for the Commercial sector.
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