Skopos launch two new versatile collections
Skopos have recently launched two new fabrics for the contract industry: Bonita and Cuba.
These fabrics are waterproof and have a soil resist feature, making them a viable option for luxury hospitality, cruise and leisure interiors. The collections can also be used in care environments where ‘easy-clean’ is vital.
Providing a sophisticated burst of colour to contract interiors, Bonita FR velvets by Skopos provide a simple matt, cotton-look velvet option for contract furniture.
Bonita consists of 24 skus, ranging from muted tones to bright jewel colours, in a luxurious velvet, crib 5 backed to meet the strict FR standards for European contract requirements.
This collection meets the requirements for hospitality and leisure interiors and with a waterproof layer as standard, is also a great option for care interiors, where durability is top priority. The collection achieves 40,000 martindale rubs, meeting the needs for severe contract fabrics.
There has been a trend for cotton look velvet in domestic interiors which has now filtered through to commercial interiors. The colourful palette echoes trend colours identified for this year in paint, other interior products and other areas such as Pantone for 2019.
A stylish linen-look waterproof, antimicrobial contract upholstery quality at a budget price: Cuba.
Cuba by Skopos launches as a flexible upholstery solution, for contract spaces, in a contemporary palette. Launched at the Care show and alongside the new print collection by Skopos, Cuba delivers texture, colour and durability.
Looking equally stunning as a plain or when used together with other Skopos upholstery fabrics, Cuba is a great product for contract projects. With stocks available now, Cuba has no minimums.
Defining the signature styles of many flagship hotels and cruise-liners, Skopos is dedicated to innovation and best performance, without compromising on style. If you found these collections inspiring, why not contact Skopos? Alternatively, you can view their articles on Design Insider, such as their Clayton Hotel project. Skopos are a BCFA member.