Woven Leather by Fameed Khalique

Fameed Khalique is the leading supplier of exquisite and unique surface materials to the interior design industry; their showroom housing the world’s largest collection of luxury surface materials samples. With an extensive background in luxury leathers, Fameed is renowned throughout the industry for his ‘eye’, for his ability to curate exceptional techniques and, most importantly, for his ability to utilise these techniques in unexpected and innovative ways.

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Striving to push technical boundaries, some of these techniques include soft plissé nappa leather cushions, as well as cutting-edge effects such as water moulded leather wall panels that imitate floral plasterwork. Collections comprise of everyday leather solutions, leather panelling, leather rugs, embossed and embroidered leather, with this season seeing the addition of a new woven leather collection including nubuck, suede and buffalo leather designs.

The collection is inspired by the use of woven detailing in couture fashion and luxury accessories and celebrates leather by incorporating secondary materials including faux leathers, grosgrain ribbon, as well as linen into some of the designs. Woven leather is a versatile collection that can be used in countless ways, from upholstery and walling to decorative interior accessories.

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About Jess Mockler

Jess is a Marketing & Event professional who joined the BCFA as a Marketing Executive in 2019. Working closely with designers and BCFA members, Jess has published an array of content for the Commercial sector.
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