4234 Samara

Pulling inspiration from Maple Fall, an early original design by Design Director Iris Wang, Samara balances beauty and nature in this stunning jacquard velvet. The 54” width large-scale pattern of Japanese maple leaves creates a pixelated cutout that highlights the unique weave underlying the velvety pile to create a subtle shading effect. “The textile mimics the way the light would hit the leaves on the tree,” states Iris Wang. “Samara’s pile is woven to move in three directions to create a beautiful shadow effect adding depth and dimension to the striking colors and richness of the velvet.” Samara’s beauty extends well beyond its abstract pattern, with over 75,000 double rubs and Brentano’s Tri-sistant finish, the densely woven textile features supreme durability to withstand high-traffic environments. In 9 romantic colorways including Cranberry, Midnight and Blush, Samara is the optimal choice for opulent interiors. *The slub yarns that appear are inherent to the design. 

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Description

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Collection:
Width:
54" [ 137cm ]
Contents:
Pile: 100% Cotton; Overall: 86% Cotton, 14% Polyester
Finish:
Tri-sistant
Repeat:
Approx. V 20-1/2" - H 14-1/4" [ V 52.07cm - H 36.20cm ]
Cleaning:
Fabric Care » W/S (Water/Solvent)
Usage:
Upholstery
Weight:
29 oz [ 899.11 g/m. ]
Note:
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Additional information

Wear Test :
Over 75,000 Double Rubs (Wyzenbeek, Cotton Duck)
Fire Resistance :
Can be used with a barrier cloth in order to pass Cal 117: 2013 Sec 2 in California
Lightfastness :
40 Hours Class 4 (AATCC 16)
Cleaning :
W/S (Water/Solvent)
Pilling :
Class 5.0 (ASTM D3511)
Crocking :
Dry: 4.5 Wet: 3.5 (AATCC 116-2013)

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