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Decorative fabrics from Agua – Hotelympia

31 January 2008 by
Decorative fabrics from Agua – Hotelympia

Agua Fabrics has created several new ranges of decorative and hard-wearing fabrics for the hospitality industry. Agua Orkney is an indoor contract upholstery fabric that is fire-retardant and waterproof yet soft to the touch. The fabric is currently available in five colours, although further vibrant shades will be displayed at the show.

Agua Aura UV and Agua Eclipse UV are two further ranges that are suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Machine-washable Agua Aura UV is colourfast to sunlight, resistant to chlorine and seawater, stain-resistant and easy to wipe clean. Agua Eclipse has been developed for parasols, canopies and awnings to co-ordinate with the Agua Aura UV range. Ten plain and four stripe/check designs are available and the company also offers bespoke designs.

Crystallized Swarovski Elements combines decorative crystals with the Agua Aura UV fabric. Crystals in numerous shapes, colours, sizes and cuts can be applied to fabrics and accessories for added sparkle.

Stand S3235
Agua Fabrics 020 8205 0050

Hotelympia
17-21 February 2008
ExCel, London

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