Kai Contract release their A/W16 collections


Launched at Decorex, MICA, KENDI and EARTH FORM are the latest collections of fabrics from the KAI portfolio for A/W 2016.

The MICA Collection

Mica Cameo 4 FINAL small (800x387)

These sumptuous velvets have an exquisite bronze element running throughout. In a rich colour palette that will suit traditional and contemporary interiors alike.

Mica Cameo 1 FINAL small (797x800)

A stunning range of rich velvets comprising of two sophisticated designs. With a beautiful metallic sheen and a rich pile, MICA velvets are the perfect addition to create a luxurious setting in any interior.  Available in 14 striking shades, this versatile velvet is suitable for both drape and upholstery.

The KENDI Collection

Combining Scandinavian influences with contemporary design, KENDI comprises of three embroideries, a stunning spray dyed stripe and versatile woven coordinates.

Kendi Cameo 4 FINAL small (653x800)

Rustic charm and muted tones give KENDI a sophisticated feel and complement its naturally inherent matt qualities. Available in four inspiring colour ways, this collection is a perfect way to update and enhance your interior.

Kendi Main FINAL small (653x800)


The EARTH FORM Collection

These fabrics are going to take the design world by storm.

From delicate embroidered fern leaves to rock formation textures, EARTH FORM includes eight individual designs that take inspiration from nature and translates it beautifully.

Earth Form Cameo 1 FINAL small (620x800)

Innovative techniques and textures have been used throughout this collection, with hints of metallic tones to add a glamorous twist.

Earth Form Cameo 4 FINAL small (800x490)

The colours range from silver and danube, pearl and moonstone, amethyst and putty through to onyx and citrine.





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