Style Library Contract launches nine new FR-One books for Summer 2016

A key supplier to the world’s finest hotels, Style Library Contract is delighted to introduce nine new collections from FR-One, which have been specifically developed to meet the stringent demands of the contract market. These high performance fabrics ensure standards of safety, quality and affordability whilst providing sophisticated and elegant decorative solutions for contract interiors. Hardwearing and fire retardant, these latest books include statement prints and damasks, textural plains, small scale geometrics, sumptuous velvets and wide width sheers. The launch comprises the following collections:

Aten Dim Out- Three plain textured dim-out fabrics in a soft mineral and pastel palette

Galileo- A tonal layered ogee fabric and two textured light reflective semi-plains

Genial- A smart plain weave in a range of 31 contemporary colours

Genii- Featuring chenille damasks and stripes combined with contemporary geometrics, this collection offers wonderful decorating options across seven colour palettes. All are suitable for curtains and upholstery.

Genova- Three sumptuous velvet upholstery weight fabrics, including a classic damask and two modern textual patterns, in an array of rich colours

Ghazal- Versatile wide-width voiles in neutral tones across three qualities

Golf- A textured plain suitable for upholstery, curtains, blinds and cushions

Gossian- A compendium of nature inspired abstract prints, complemented by textural weaves and sheers

Grandioso- A compilation of glamorous damasks, stripes and dots in jewel tones. Colours include: poppy, indigo, liquorice, bronze, sunflower, pearl and turquoise.

The collections are now available 

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