Sekers launch luxurious contract cloths at Sleep 2013

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    Design and innovation and technical specification, cost awareness and product performance are all paramount at Sekers in the design of their ranges. At Sleep, they will launch four new complementary ranges that allow you to mix patterns, textures and colour in an innovative way to give a fresh approach to your interior spaces. All ranges have the durability required for the contract market.The four fabric collections include: Manhattan, Duet, Serenity and Dakota; all created by the Natasha Marshall team for Sekers.

    An elegant cut velvet upholstery collection that is flame-retardant. Available in two geometric designs: Lexington and Lincoln, coordinating with the ribbed plain Hudson. Woven with Viscose and Modacylic yarns it has a beautiful handle and durability passing 40,000 Martindale. Available in colours ranging from Gold, Crimson and Jet.

    A dim-out collection of two qualities with a natural-fibre woven look, ideal for curtains and bed-throws. Both made with 100% Flame Retardant Polyester. Available in 22 colours in Lanza a textured square weave and 24 colours of Luciano with a natural linen look. Colours ranging from Aubergine, Simply Taupe, Silver Cloud, Castlerock and Jet.

    A beautiful elegant satin wide-width curtain fabric which is inherently flame retardant, available in 33 colours. Colours ranging from Birch, Putty, Deep Orchid, Fall Leaf and Palm.

    Five beautiful textured non-woven fabric-backed Vinyl Wallcoverings in colours ranging from Moonstruck, Oatmeal through to Thyme & Dark Slate. Ideal for bedrooms, meeting rooms, conference rooms, dining rooms, corridors and feature walls. This is ordered by the linear metre and coordinates beautifully with the Sekers fabric collections.

    To view all the current Sekers collections please visit their website:

    Sleep Event, Islington Design Centre. Stand M7. Wednesday 20th November 10-8pm and Thursday 21st November 10-6pm.

    Daniel Fountain / 05.09.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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