Indo-Deco Fabric - Salmon Cotton
Material: Upholstery Weight Cotton
Weight & Durability: 335 gsm. 25,000 rubs
All approx. Images are indicative only.
The Art Deco buildings of Bombay are a unique blend of Indian motifs with Art-Deco imagery, creating a style that became known as Indo-Deco. The elegant sweeping lines, curves, and elements such as waves, sunrises, lotuses, and peacocks became beloved elements of ornamentation of this style. This style became vogue throughout the Indian sub-continent culminating in Manik Bagh Palace in Indore, the Morvi Palace, and the Imperial Hotel in New Delhi. Bombay’s Art Deco buildings are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Collection consists of fabrics in classic and contemporary designs. Printed on upholstery weight cotton offering spectacular touch and drape.
- Eco friendly: Printing dyes are GOTS certified and meet Inditex ‘Clear to Wear’ criteria.
- Original design created in our studio.
Rub test: All of our upholstery fabrics are tested as per the Martindale Rub test which is a measure of the durability and suitability of a fabric for various uses – i.e. frequently used sofas, decorative accent chairs or commercial heavy-duty use.
British Standard 2543 specifies the following rub counts for end-use applications:
Light domestic – 15,000 rubs
General domestic – 20,000 rubs
Heavy domestic – 25,000 rubs
Severe domestic/general contract – 30,000 rubs
Care: Dry Clean. Keep away from direct sunlight.
Return and Refunds: We take responsibility for free replacement or refund of defective or wrong items sent, as per our T&C's.
India Sales: Includes shipping and applicable taxes.
International Sales: Shipping, Customs duties and taxes are extra. See Terms and Conditions.