C 001 Fabric Sample Weave -Charcoal Grey
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Weave fabric is created by combining the warp (lengthwise) and weft (crosswise) components to make a woven structure. Examples of weave fabric are linen, cord and cotton. The woven effect not only adds strength to the textile, it also offers a sophisticated textured appearance that looks particularly stylish in neutral tones, such as grey, charcoal, cream, taupe and beige.
An au natural material derived from the boll-producing plant, cotton is a very popular woven fabric choice with a linen-like appearance. As a material, it’s very breathable, allowing heat to wick away from the skin. As such, it’s considered to be one of the most comfortable upholsteries and comes in a variety of textures, such as silky or textured. When woven more densely, it is used to create heavy-duty fabrics such as denim and canvas. Cotton is hypoallergenic, easy to maintain and highly resistant to fading and piling.
Polyester is a great fabric choice for sofas, armchairs and other furniture as it’s very durable, easy to clean, lightweight and affordable. As a synthetic fibre, it’s sometimes blended with natural materials, such as linen or cotton, to make those fabrics more resilient. Polyester is resistant to mildew, doesn’t shrink, stretch or wrinkle easily. It is also a very economical and practical choice for sofa upholstery, especially in high-traffic areas.