Kobe to Show New Upholstery Collections at the January Furniture Show

Luxury fabric specialist Kobe UK, is bringing its exciting new upholstery collections to the January Furniture Show in Birmingham.

New to the show will be Kobe’s Boutique collection of unique and timeless, 100% natural, curtain and upholstery fabrics, suitable for both domestic and contract use.

A collection where each fabric has an individual identity, this lavish mix of innovative textiles features sumptuous velvet, woven jacquard, cool cotton and soft satin appearance.  A palette of rich deep and softly nostalgic tones complements the geometric, floral, paisley and botanical patterns.boutique resizeAlso being unveiled at the show will be Kobe’s Bufera collection, an exciting range specially designed with today’s upholstery in mind. Bufera is a plush chenille woven dobby with a soft luxurious texture. The mix of cotton and viscose yarns is complemented by rich deep shades and a natural palette of pastel and neutral tones.

The 100% natural fabric collection is suitable for both domestic and contract upholstery use, passing all required flame retardant standards. Bufera can be supplied with an Ace treatment which passes domestic and contract upholstery, curtain and bedspread standards. The treatment also offers soil and stain qualities- making this a multipurpose treatment.Kobe's Bufera resizeFollowing on from its success at last year’s show will be Kobe’s library of sample books, bringing together timeless designs with an array of textiles. These feature a wide range of colours, textures and patterns, perfect for creating interiors that reflect the latest trends for today’s high-end domestic and contract markets.

Kobe can be found in Hall 1 at the NEC, Birmingham. Kobe is on C3.

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