Upholstery Furnishings

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1. Upholstery Furnishings

In many things, when we see the price is high, we immediately assume that it is top notch in quality. Yet, experts strongly advise that we should not be blinded by the price tag alone since it is usually not an indication on the longevity or the robustness of the certain material, well, at least when we are shopping for our upholstery fabrics. The price may signify other things such as the intricacies of designs, the sophistication of the pattern, high aesthetic value or the particularly refinement or lustre.

To identify the worth and the quality of the fabric of your upholstery furnishing, the Peterson Group, one of the leading suppliers of high quality fabrics introduces the most common upholstery and its characteristics:

Velour

Velour is a combination of all fabrics for which yarns is woven into basic material.  With a certain process, the yarn is turned into a wear resistant fiber. This type is basically the experts’ favorite since it promises long sustenance. Very rarely can you see fraud copies of this kind of fabric as it is intricately woven and cannot be easily done by just anyone. Also, velours are easily identifiable. When it is impacted by pressure and body, it slightly changes, thus the change in lustre which is also commonly its complaint.

Flat Woven Fabric

According to Polster Services: A review of upholstery, Flat woven fabric is a term used for fabric types constructed from two sets of threads crossed at right angles. Normal seating alone can result in “pillings” developing on the fabric‘s surface. In technical terminology this is called pilling formation.

For flat woven fabric, printed colors may easily lighten its color intensity with the exposure to light or in simple terms, the fabric can easily fade. For this reason, it should not be exposed to too much sunlight.

Flat Woven Fabric

According to Polster Services: A review of upholstery, Flat woven fabric is a term used for fabric types constructed from two sets of threads crossed at right angles. Normal seating alone can result in “pillings” developing on the fabric‘s surface. In technical terminology this is called pilling formation.

For flat woven fabric, printed colors may easily lighten its color intensity with the exposure to light or in simple terms, the fabric can easily fade. For this reason, it should not be exposed to too much sunlight.

 

 

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