Nicole Franzen has this striking high-backed sofa on her site. We love the upholstery linen and cushion tones. Good quality upholstery linen is notoriously difficult to find – especially of a sufficiently robust contract standard. You need look no further than KOTHEA upholstery linen.
We like this blue velvet upholstered slipper chair. Simple design, quite cute. KOTHEA upholstery velvets include compositions of pure mohair, silk, cashmere, kid-mohair, linen and cotton.
When used intelligently, KOTHEA faux leather upholstery can create amazing and durable effects for interior designers. This crocodile/alligator effect, in an amazing turquoise colourway, is a case in point.
Many interior designers prefer faux leather to real leather for a variety of practical reasons. Mostly it can look the same but, as in the case above, more effects can be readily added to the faux alternative. The faux leathers (or faux skins if you like) really can mimic most hide effects from boar to buffalo from snake to crocodile – there really is a limitless range of possibilities even I just the texture. The faux product is typically easier to make up (as it is available by the metre rather than by the hide) and it is often less expensive and also more readily maintained in excellent condition.
This wingback chair by Howell is nicely upholstered in orange linen. A bit striking a colour for some, maybe!
Perhaps the colour adds something interesting to this otherwise classic design?
Sourcing upholstery linens can be tricky; KOTHEA have a good range of upholstery weight linens.
This Yellow Linen Upholstery from Villa Nova is perhaps a little too in-the-middle but nevertheless we love the yellow tones and these types of printed patterns are currently very much sought after.
Excellent quality upholstery linens can be very difficult to source, many are not up to the job. KOTHEA have a good range of upholstery weight linen.