Covers & materials
The sofa is the centre of our living space. After a long day we find relaxation and recreation here. It reflects our personality more than any other furniture and its style defines our living space! All the more important is the selection of the sofa, that suits you, because every family and every home is different. Every upholstery furniture receives a first impression through its cover:
- extravagant, or even
- cosy and natural.
Through distinctive natural characteristics of leather your sofa is one of a kind. Fabric and its individual structure gives it a touch of life. Our leather collection features many different types and colours, giving you 150 options to choose from. There is also a wide selection of fabrics to match the latest colour trends.
Here you can discover the complete upholstery collection from W.SCHILLG: including Longlife Xtra leather, our Rohleder fabric collection as well as all other high quality upholstery covers, incolours that are, of course, perfectly colour coordinated with the W.SCHILLIG-leather collection.
The illustrated colour samples are only an example. Colour deviation due to different types of material and individual settings of monitors may vary. Decorative, felled or double seams may appear different in fabric or leather versions. For manufacturing reasons, seams may be left out or replaced with simple seams (model-specific).
Fabric S17 - Longlife fabric by W.SCHILLIG
These materials are elegant chenille flat fabrics.
Product width: approx. 140 cm
Abrasion cycles: as per RAL 430/4 for working on upholstered furniture
- NS: 65 % polyacrylic, 35 % polyester
- GS: 65 % polyacrylic, 35 % polyester
Scrub resistance: very good
Rub fastness (colour wear): good
Light fastness: very good
Pilling behaviour: good
Right reserved to make structural and colour changes!
Care and cleaning: with commercially available products
Caution: Discolouration caused by textiles are excluded from every manufacturer warranty. This is not a fault in the material, but a defect in the clothing material. The complaint should be addressed to the clothing store where the article was purchased. The »polluter pays« is the principle that applies here.
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