Show-stopping structured jacquards from Panaz

Panaz, one of Europe’s leading suppliers of contract fabrics, has launched a majestic collection of structured jacquards, which showcase intricate patterns inspired by traditional tapestries.

A luxurious choice for hospitality upholstery, the Shalimar collection features two adventurous designs, Meera and Delta, which are printed on an exclusive new basecloth and available in six complementary colourways.

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Inspired by utopian nature, the distinctive designs feature a textured matte-bright finish, making them the ideal choice for prominent statement pieces, or for accentuating accompanying plains.

The vivid jewel tones and rich, earthy colourways were specially chosen to complement Panaz’s extensive range of high performance velvets and vinyls to provide designers with a complete suite of perfectly matching fabrics for upholstery, curtains and accessories.  

The Shalimar collection features contract quality flame retardancy and has also undergone the Martindale Rubs testing process, demonstrating their ability to seamlessly meet the demanding requirements of the hospitality sector.

“Our new Shalimar collection features carefully curated patterns, textures and colourways, which when combined together, create true opulence for any interior design scheme.” Sarah Lloyd, Head of Design at Panaz


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