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Naz’s Fabrics: Lush, Velvet Fabrics Are In Season

Autumn calls for beautiful textures and lush velvet fabrics. Naz’s Fabrics is pleased to introduce their latest Chameleon range, now available in 35 colourways for the season.

Fabric is a great way to add comfort and luxury to an interior. As the weather cools this Autumn, go for soft, tactile fabrics that will give your space added charm.

Naz’s Fabrics’ latest collection is sure to impress. It is ideal for upholstery usage in both domestic and corporate environments, made with 100% polyester and a rub count of 60000.

Modern velvet finishes are not only stylish and beautiful, but also very versatile in interior design. Perfect in modern and classic design schemes, velvet has a wonderful way of adding richness and warmth to any space.

You can also choose bold colours which are on trend in a beautiful velvet finish. Even the Scandis are adding velvet in jewel shades to their palette of white, grey and pale woods. It’s about creating an inspired space you love – and the right fabric can certainly do that!

Bring a little luxury home with Naz’s Fabrics this season. Naz’s Fabrics boasts an unlimited choice in upholstery fabric. With over 8000 designs available to choose from, specifiers decorators and designers are guaranteed to discover the perfect fabric, design and colour combinations for their specific needs.

With over 30 years of experience in the upholstery industry, the company provides knowledge and expertise to the contract market. Naz’s Fabrics greatest success is due to the availability of the product. A large percentage of Fabrics, both local and imported, are available ex stock, while special imported fabrics are delivered a mere two weeks from the time of order. Creating design stories is made time efficient and simple working from sample books, which provide the client with every conceivable colour and pattern combination.

For more visit Naz’s Fabrics.

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