Kobe highlights extensive collection of contract-focused fabrics

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    From fabric suitable for cruise liners through to international hotel chains, Kobe UK has an extensive collection of FR focused products for the contract sector…

    Already established as a Go To supplier for interior designers, the Kobe portfolio features an unrivalled selection of fabrics for upholstery and curtain use. This includes its 30-strong collection of ‘room high’ fabric options, suitable for extra wide windows at 310cm, 315cm and 320cm high with patterns printed or woven horizontally to ensure a seamless décor.

    “We pride ourselves on offering clients with a vast selection of products to meet the high demands within the contract sector,” said Kobe managing director, David Harris. “Easy-to-care-for properties and aesthetics are essential, ensuring products stand the test of time and offer paying guests the wow factor when entering a room.

    “There’s a growing demand for wider-width fabrics that fit larger windows in both residential and commercial properties and our aim is to provide a design to suit each individual taste.”

    “The company has been supplying UK interior design and soft furnishing customers for 20 years.”

    With selections suitable for the contract sector comprising of curtain weight, voiles and sheers and upholstery fabrics in the latest interior trends, many of Kobe’s collections feature a wide range of 100 per cent Trevira CS fabrics, regarded as the highest quality in FR, along with a selection of price conscious 100 per cent FR polyester yarns.

    Kobe’s UK operation is based in Crowthorne, Berkshire. The company has been supplying UK interior design and soft furnishing customers for 20 years and has a first class reputation for outstanding quality, innovative design and excellent customer service.

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    Hamish Kilburn / 07.09.2018


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