Skopos has launched Eider, a new collection of contract-ready fabrics that have been made from recycled materials…
Offering a vintage boutique feel in a sustainable quality, the new Eider FR Recycled fabrics from Skopos have been developed specifically for contract upholstery.
Keeping to a succinct palette of neutrals and dusty tones, the fabrics come with a halogen-free, flame retardant Crib5 backing and achieves 45,000 Martindale rubs, meeting severe contract requirements. With the soft handle of the chenille to the surface, the collection adds a luxurious finishing touch to contract environments. 100 per cent polyester, transforming hard and ugly post-consumer waste into something soft and beautiful, Skopos launches this product into the marketplace alongside its recent achievement of being recognised as a carbon neutral organisation in 2023.
Eider achieves the standards for UK and European flame retardancy and meets the IMO requirements, confirming suitability for marine and cruise interiors.
In a market where exploring the full lifecycle of contract textiles is important in order to move towards a more sustainable future, Eider compliments Skopos’ other designs, including the vast array of printed fabrics and ticks the box as an eco product.
Skopos has more than 50 years’ specialist experience in the design and manufacture of high-performance FR contract fabrics for hospitality and contract interiors.
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