Craggan Flax fabric by Camira
Dezeen Showroom: UK textile manufacturer Camira has launched a sustainable fabric called Craggan Flax that is made from thickly woven wool and flax for a highly textured finish.
Craggan Flax will replace Camira's classic Craggan material, which is made purely from wool and set to be discontinued by the end of June.
The addition of flax fibres offers a more textured, natural-looking finish to the fabric and illustrates the company's commitment to developing textiles from sustainable materials.
"Deeply textured and thickly woven, this eco-friendly fabric retains the raw appeal of its natural composition whilst possessing the contemporary aesthetic and stylised texture of a chunky weave," Camira explained.
Craggan Flax is available in 15 shades, ranging from bright blue and bold mustard hues to more neutral shades that mimic rugged natural landscapes.
The fabric can be used to upholster furniture in both commercial and residential settings.
"We've worked hard to ensure Craggan Flax is the perfect fit for contemporary commercial and residential interiors in both its high-performance composition and expanded colour palette," said Camira's head of creative Lynn Kingdon.
Product: Craggan Flax
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