This collection of artfully textured weaves, woven and designed in Europe provides the perfect backdrop for luxurious living. The four tweed-look designs are 800gm in weight and made from a mix of natural and synthetic yarns: sophisticated and modern, they also give a nod to the artisanal trend. Kitengela, Méma and Diego are all suitable for upholstery, and provide a subtle but robust platform for bold colour-play.
Kingdom, a collaboration between Hertex and Envy Co, is a proud celebration of Africa’s rich history This utterly original collection represents a journey through this fabled continent, with abstract geometric fabrics that symbolise the Cradle of Mankind the birth of humanity Stalking showcases the magnificent beasts that call Africa home in velvet animal prints, while the treasures of Ancient Egypt feature in textured printed weaves in Mauritania Mesopotamia and Mahogany The unfathomable wealth and flamboyant design aesthetic of African royalty over the centuries from Mali’s legendary and widely traveled Mansa Musa to the Emperors, Sultans, Kings and Chiefs who reigned supreme throughout the continent come to glowing life in Malawi and Mombasa all sumptuously coloured printed velvets.
LUXURY OUTDOOR VELVET
Outdoor velvet? Of course! Our new fully- washable outdoor velvet offers luxurious comfort and cool (no more scalded thighs when you sit down) in full sun. Twelve fashionable colours range from Icicle White to Industrial Granite with 10 trendy shades in between. Extremely well-priced and durable, Luxury is highly recommended for restaurant chairs and sunny spots indoors.
The skillful combination of various textures in one piece of furniture to add both interest and depth is Europe’s top trend right now. Our Texture Blocking range is designed specifically with that in mind: you can choose from coordinated neutral shades in a wonderful variety of weaves and finishes that include a luxurious Jumbo soft-pile cord, a Coco Chanel heavy tweed, a vintage chenille and two artisanal woven plains. Well-priced and durable, Texture Blocking is perfect for both home and hospitality application.
*Please note fabric colours may vary slightly. Before
ordering your fabric, we suggest you check the actual colours.
CA Interiors offers designer rugs in over 200 shapes and sizes. Choose from a range of floral rugs, geometric rugs, classic rugs, round rugs, runners and more. Here is just a few of our favourites.
A classic design takes on a quilted and distressed look in this murky water and gunmetal grey collection.
Milieu Contemporary Rugs
Milieu contemporary rugs are abstract plush rugs in blue and greys that create a tranquil atmosphere. Available in two sizes.
Masterpiece Floral Rugs
Masterpiece floral rugs feature painted petals set against blackout backdrops. These rugs serve as an ode to oil paintings. Available as 200 x 300 cm rugs and round rugs. They suit all your spatial planning needs. These rugs truly are a walk of art.
Inspired by West Africa, Bogolan rugs carry tribal, geometric and abstract designs in an earthy colour palette that taps straight into the African trade.
To view our rug collection on offer from our suppliers, email Sue at email@example.com
Featuring on-trend botanical and geometric
jacquards, this collection leads a new
generation of functional and beautiful
outdoor upholstery collections.
Spring Break is stain and water resistant,
has 30 000 Martindale rubs and offers the
highest grade of sun resistance. It’s suitable
for indoor and outdoor use.
Contact Sue on 082 950 3142 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to view the collection.
Like many a times before, the trends of the past undeservedly gave velvet a somewhat poor and dusty image – very much at odds with a modern, trendy design.
Yet now, this fabric has made the biggest comeback since Britney and bold colours. Not only to the closet, but also to everything from a couch to a scatter cushion, and even curtains.
One of the main reasons for its comeback is a phenomenon that one can call “cocooning”, which very basically translates to feeling cosy at home, surrounded by soft fabrics. We as humans long for texture, structure and warmth in our homes.
Velvet is a perfect fit for this trend. It complements all sorts of styles and lends a certain elegance to upholstered furnishings. Advances in digital printing have allowed for more elaborate patterns to be printed on velvet, and because velvet holds colour very well, this makes for bright, saturated and bold prints.
Simple shapes can lend a contemporary makeover to this fabric, and it can look aesthetically pleasing in any colour – trendy in the berry hues of the season to modern in shades greys and other neutrals. If you’re feeling brave, choose mysterious, dark jewel shades like emeralds, dark blues, maroons or even ochre – which can add that striking wow factor.
Thanks to the pile, velvet makes any colour look luminous and vivid. Very much like during certain historical eras, the soft fabric is now being used for wall coverings, cushions, upholstery, bedspreads and more. And, if you’re not feeling the velvet vibe for all over your home, you can still add a touch of velvet magic with a scatter or a select upholstered item.
Whether you’ve just got crumbs, or the toughest of stains, these cleaning tips will have your sofa looking as good as new.
Use a hand vacuum or the brush attachment on your vacuum to clean debris and dirt from the sofa surface. Be sure to clean the crevices where pet hair, food crumbs, and dirt accumulate. If the cushions are not attached, remove them and vacuum both sides. If there’s a lot of pet hair, use a lint roller to remove hair the vacuum can’t get.
2. CLEAN THE WOOD OR METAL AREAS
Wipe down the sofa feet and other non-fabric parts of the sofa with a solution of warm water and liquid dish soap.
3. DETERMINE THE TYPE OF FABRIC YOU ARE DEALING WITH
Find the tag on the couch and read the instructions for how to clean upholstery. Here are the codes found on labels:
WS: Use a mild detergent with a steam vacuum or a dry-cleaning detergent
S: Use a dry cleaner detergent only.
X: Use a vacuum only. No water.
W: You can use water to clean it.
4. REMOVE STAINS
We all love being couch potatoes but it’s no fun to lounge on a dirty sofa. Over time, crumbs, spilled soda, pet hair, dirt, and oil from your hands and feet build up on your couch and make it look dingy. No worries. Here’s how to clean a couch so that it’s ready for you to binge watch an entire season of your favorite TV show.
1. Vacuum. Use a hand vacuum or the brush attachment on your vacuum to clean debris and dirt from the sofa surface. Be sure to clean the crevices where pet hair, food crumbs, and dirt accumulate. If the cushions are not attached, remove them and vacuum both sides. If there’s a lot of pet hair, use a lint roller to remove hair the vacuum can’t get.
2. Clean the wood or metal areas. Wipe down the sofa feet and other non-fabric parts of the sofa with a solution of warm water and liquid dish soap.
3. Determine the type of fabric you’re dealing with. Find the tag on the couch and read the instructions for how to clean upholstery. Here are the codes found on labels: