Introducing the Gabra Collection from Kobe

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    Luxury fabric specialist, Kobe, mixes the timeless stripe with sumptuous jacquard woven velvet to create its latest collection – Gabra.Available in 21 colourways and suitable for window decoration and upholstery, the lustrous viscose pile sits on an elegant matt background to create a strong, clean design classic.

    Offering exceptional durability, the fabric is suitable for severe contract usage, scoring 50,000 on the Martindale Rub Test.

    Said David Harris, managing director of Kobe UK: “Gabra was previously available in three colours as part of the Nomad collection. Due to its success, we have significantly extended the range – offering a total of 21 shades – from vibrant statement tones to subtle, neutral hues.

    “The stripe is one of the most versatile patterns in interior design, sitting well with both patterns and plains and Gabra can be complemented with many of Kobe’s luxurious velvets in the Aries, Beja and Inuk ranges.”

    Kobe UK, is part of the Dutch-based Kobefab International company which supplies more than 8,000 Interior Design & Soft Furnishing customers in over 60 countries with more than 7,000 products from its headquarters in Valkenswaard , Holland. More than 90% of its products are developed in-house and 95% of all sourcing is done in Europe. Kobe’s Contract Sales hold a gold membership with Trevira CS and has a wide range of 100% Trevira CS fabrics – which are Oekoteks 100 certified and are regarded as the highest quality in FR inherent fabrics. Kobe’s vinyl wall coverings are also FR inherent, durable and demand minimal maintenance. They contain recycled materials and are printed using water based inks making them environmentally sound. Kobe wallcoverings can also contribute to a building achieving LEED credits.

    Kobe will be introducing its Gabra Collection at:
    Sleep 2014, Hotel Show, 26-27th November, Business Design Centre, London. Stand M32

    For further information visit

    Daniel Fountain / 25.11.2014

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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