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Eden Furniture Fabrics

Fabrics for Commercial Furniture Upholstery

Eden Furniture supply fabrics from all the main fabric houses within the UK and Europe. For ease and to simplify things for our customers, we have classified many of these fabric ranges into four price groups. All fabrics listed are tested to CRIB5 which is the industry standard for the UK.

If however you wish to use a fabric that is not listed in our section, please let us know and we can price for this on an ad-hoc basis.

Please click on the price codes below to show/hide links to individual fabric pages

Fabrics Price Code A

Sunbury Fabric House Logo
Kariba
San Remo
Rancho
Just Colours
San Diego
Just Patterns
Agua Fabric House Logo
Aries
Linetta
Juno
Lunar
Libra
Paint Pot
Camira Fabric House Logo
Citadel
Era
Covertex Fabric House Logo
Ancona
Cassino
Dream
Ferrara
Lugano
Presto
Turin
Vista
Vivo
Asti
Catania
Emporio
Garda
Memphis
Supermo
Ultima
Vita
Azzuro
Danza
Fascino
Infinity
Naturale
Tessuto
Velluto
Vita Jacquard
Zaffiro Jacquard
Panaz Fabric House Logo
Cadet Colours
Cadet Contemporary
Panatech
Myriad
Spradling Fabric House Logo
Mardi Gras
Sierra
Valencia

Fabrics Price Code B

Sunbury Fabric House Logo
Atlanta
Brera
Coniston
Eames
Fleming
Islington
Madison
Rhino
Bathurst
Chaps
Fairfield
Garda
Islington Metallic
Lingdale
River
Tahoe
Borneo
Chester
Dallas
Farringdon
Hesketh
Kepler
Lugano
Montana
Sauvage
Torro
Agua Fabric House Logo
Alberta
Cashmir
Nova
Sark
Taurus
Aura
Furnisoft Breathable
Oregon
Snowdon
7 Collection
Carmina
Fusion
Parody
Stretch
Tones
Camira Fabric House Logo
Advantage
Canopy
Manhattan
Gravity
Covertex Fabric House Logo
All Seasons
Calabria
Colore
Fiore
Galleria
Imperiale
Livorno
Lustro
Moda
Orchidea
Quattro
Riviera
Spirito
Vulcano
Bacio
Cambio
Dundee
Fontana
Genoa
L'Artista
Lombardia
Melodia
Nuovo
Passione
Quilted
Rapsodia
Scenario
Strada
Zaffiro
Belvedere
Cantare
Cristallo
Finesse
Fortuna
Lana
Linea
Matisse
Nostalgia
Oleandro
Piazza
Ribelle
Senso
Terrazza
Malone Fabric House Logo
Chelsea
Dynactiv 160
Matisse
Sotega
Colour World
Elba
Palma
Diamond
Highland
Plata
Toledo
Panaz Fabric House Logo
Alba
Haven
Montagu
Spin
Aston
Lush Velvet
Shift
Ultimate Touch
Vyflex
Eve
Marna
Soft Touch
Vintage
Seker Fabric House Logo
Brodie
Elder
Poppy
Kendal
Glenmore
Newbury
Capella
Oakley
Orzan
Quito
Spradling Fabric House Logo
Silvertex
Chronos
Avantgarde
Hitch
Iliv Fabric House Logo
Ballater
Burghley
Kinloch
Richmond
Bowmore
Casa
Opal
Braemar
Chroma
Pitlochry
Saddle

Fabrics Price Code C

Sunbury Fabric House Logo
Analog
Belfast
Catalina
Chroma
Eno
Hipster
Kiko
Lana
Mardale
Nubuck
Pelle
Shoreditch
Venice
Apex
Bohemia
Cavalli
Darwin
Hardy
Imola
Laguna
Lister
Matrix
Oscar
Pixel
Toba
Barton
Califonia
Chelsea
Digital
Hermosa
Jemison
Lalique
Lux
Nappa
Oxford
Pucci
Urban
Wessex
Agua Fabric House Logo
Mystique
Camira Fabric House Logo
Aspect
Xtreme
Chateau
Main Line Plus
Xtreme CS
Covertex Fabric House Logo
Extravaganza
Riga
Malone Fabric House Logo
Animal Fascination
Paduna Stars
Mantaray
Palena
Neptun
Sorrento
Ristikko
Palma
Sanovara Stars
Sarano
Aliena
Pandoria Plus
Pavinto
Soroma
Paratexa
Sotega Stars
Sorentiko
Aythana N
Tundra
Panaz Fabric House Logo
Adelphi
Beatrice
Brookland
Coco
Darcy
Downtown
Harvard
Hunter Check
Linear
Morgan
Panvelle Stretch
Rhona
Shiraz
Vespa
Allure Velvet
Berwick
Carnaby
Corinthia
Dewdrop
Fever
Highland Plain
Isla
Microvelle
Murray
Pollen
Rhythm
Stingray
Wall
Altair
Binary Age
Chorus
Crackle Glaze
Digital Age
Gridz
Highland Stretch
Lara
Mitchell
Naxos
Rachel
Sheema
Taylor
Wild
Seker Fabric House Logo
Alanya
Croft
Idaho
Lana
Tarsus
Ballantrae
Derna
Itchan
Seabrook
Belmont
Kiboko
Vega
Spradling Fabric House Logo
Dolce
Iliv Fabric House Logo
Adley
Bolsena
Iona
Orkney
Ashford
Delta
Luca
Belgravia
Harris
Milan
Shetland

Fabrics Price Code D

Sunbury Fabric House Logo
Anderson
Camden
Hackney
Utopia
Bella
Diez
Hampstead
Bliss
Gego
Riley
Zenn
Camira Fabric House Logo
Main Line Flax
Panaz Fabric House Logo
Enchant Velvet
Indulgence Velvet
Monroe
Paradiso
Garland
Maze
Mustique
Pixel
Tessellate
Hepburn
Merlin
Pacha
Ravello
Seker Fabric House Logo
Aidan
Bebelowe
Coldbrook
Deneb
Edwin
Farne
Gedda
Heskin
Lacerta
Oren
Sahara
Thurnham
Veneto
Aros
Bedford
Callas
Corvus
Dessay
Elgin
Halifax
Hubley
Kielder
Lexi
Niagara
Ottawa
Riga
Shogun
Toronto
Volante
Bartoli
Biruni
Chingle
Darya
Draco
Gawthorpe
Hercules
Kiki
Lotti
Octans
Perseus
Rye
Sintra
Tusket
Yarmouth
Iliv Fabric House Logo
Bedale
Logan
Grove
Horizon
Sculpture

About Commercial Fabrics

At Eden Furniture we will only use Contract Quality Fabrics that meet CRIB 5 standards. CRIB 5 is the certification that a fabric meets the stringent safety requirement needed to be able to be used in a public area. In addition to meeting the CRIB 5 standards, all our contract fabric has undergone a Martindale test. The Martindale test is a measure of the durability of a fabric. The tests are undertaken on upholstery fabrics to check their suitability for various uses - i.e. decorative chairs, heavy-traffic areas or commercial furniture. The test is also known as the 'rub test', and tests for abrasion resistance.

During the test the fabric is pulled taut and loaded onto the lower plates of the Martindale machine. Small discs of worsted wool or wire mesh (the abradant) are continually rubbed against the test specimens in a Lissajous figure - a wandering, oscillating circle. The fabric is continually inspected for wear and tear, and the test ends when two yarns break or when there is a noticeable change in appearance.

Test results are given as a score of 1000's of rubs or cycles, and the higher the number is, the more suitable the fabric is for heavier usage. Fabrics are categorised depending on their test results.

  1. Decorative (less than 10,000 rubs) - Recommended for decorative purposes (i.e. cushions and accents).
  2. Light Domestic (10,000 to 15,000 rubs) - Recommended for use on furniture that will only receive occasional use.
  3. General Domestic (15,000 to 25,000 rubs) - Recommended for use on the main furniture in the house that may be subjected to everyday use
  4. Heavy Duty (25,000 to 30,000 rubs) - Suitable for heavy duty domestic use i.e. use on the main furniture in the house that will be subjected to high levels of everyday use
  5. Commercial Grade (30,000 plus) - Suitable for heavy duty commercial use and heavy duty domestic use

Please be aware that even if your fabric has a high rub test result it is not indestructible! A Martindale test is for abrasion only. There are many other factors that can affect the wear and tear of upholstery on a piece of furniture, including chemicals used in washing the fabric, UV exposure, embedded dirt, and surface treatments such as soil guard or flame retardant treatments. A high rub count does not mean the fabric will be impervious to keys, belt buckles, trouser studs, etc!

Different Types Of Fabric

There are many different type of fabrics used within the Contract Furniture industry. We have listed the most popular types with descriptions below.

Faux Leather

Faux Leather Fabric Example 1 Faux Leather Fabric Example 2 Faux Leather Fabric Example 3

Possibly the most popular fabric currently being used within the industry, Faux (Imitation) Leather is made from a fabric base, which is chemically treated with wax, dye, or polyurethane for colour and texture. Being man made it is designed to give the look and feel of real leather but at a much lower cost. One of its primary advantages is that it requires little maintenance in comparison to real leather, and does not crack or fade as easily. It is available in a wide selection of smooth colours and textured finishes such as snake skin, ostrich and crocodile.

Average Rub Test 50,000 - 80,000. Average price per meter £10.00 - £15.00

Faux Suede

Faux Suede Fabric Example 1 Faux Suede Fabric Example 2 Faux Suede Fabric Example 3

Faux Suede is a relatively new fabric in Furnishings and is used in a wide range of industries, Faux suede has a luxury soft touch which makes it perfect for practical every day use. It is made from 100% polyester making a versatile and durable fabric, which can be easily washed or wiped down.

Average Rub Test 80,000. Average price per meter £15.00 - £20.00

Velvet

Velvet Fabric Example 1 Velvet Fabric Example 2 Velvet Fabric Example 3

Velvet is a type of woven tufted fabric in which the cut threads are evenly distributed, with a short dense pile, giving it a distinctive feel.Velvet is soft to touch and offers you the ultimate in luxury. An easy care polyester velvet that is hard wearing with a stain repellent finish.

Average Rub Test 50,000 - 80,000. Average price per meter £10.00 - £15.00

Woven

Woven Fabric Example 1 Woven Fabric Example 2 Woven Fabric Example 3

Woven fabric is created on a loom by integrating many threads woven on a warp and a weft. They can be made with smooth or structured surface with discreet or conspicuous patterns - woven fabrics are very popular. They are durable and long lasting.

Average Rub Test 50,000 - 80,000. Average price per meter £15.00 - £20.00

Vinyl

Vinyl Fabric Example 1 Vinyl Fabric Example 2 Vinyl Fabric Example 3

Vinyl is a flexible waterproof material that can be made in many different colours by adding dies and colouring agents. It can also be made clear, opauqe and tinted and can be stamped with patterns.

Average Rub Test 50,000 - 80,000. Average price per meter £10.00 - £15.00

Chenille

Chenille Fabric Example 1 Chenille Fabric Example 2 Chenille Fabric Example 3

Chenille is manufactured by placing short lengths of yarn, called the "pile", between two "core yarns" and then twisting the yarn together. The edges of these piles then stand at right angles from the yarn's core, giving chenille both its softness and its characteristic look. Chenille will look different in one direction compared to another, as the fibres catch the light differently. Chenille can appear iridescent without actually using iridescent fibers. The yarn is commonly manufactured from cotton, but can also be made using acrylic, rayon and olefin.

Average Rub Test 40,000 - 70,000. Average price per meter £15.00 - £20.00

Leather

Leather Fabric Example 1 Leather Fabric Example 2 Leather Fabric Example 3

Leather's strength and durability has withstood the test of time. A combination of tanning, dyeing and finishing techniques create various finishes that showcase the natural beauty of the leather. Leather is sold in hides and can be quite expensive. The price depends greatly on quality, but decent contract quality leather can work out to around £30.00 - £40.00 per metre.

Suede

Suede Fabric Example 1 Suede Fabric Example 2 Suede Fabric Example 3

Suede leather is made from the underside of the animal pelt. Splits from thick hides of cow and deer are also sueded, but, due to the fibre content, have a shaggy nap. Because suede does not include the tough exterior skin layer, suede is less durable but softer than standard leather. However its softness, thinness, and pliability make it a popular choice. As with Leather, Suede prices depend greatly on quality, but decent contract quality suede can work out to around £30.00 - £40.00 per metre.

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