Oona by KeilhauerFebruary 14, 2017
Oona feels like wool, but the fabric’s 34 percent nylon means it’s conveniently stretchy, making it “an ideal option for upholstering highly contoured pieces,” explains Keilhauer. And the fabric’s non-directional pattern means less waste.
Although bouclé is classic, Oona has been updated through its color palette. Colors include on-trend hues such as Jade Green and Dusty Pink, as well as neutral tones and bold colors. Red, Persian Blue, and Teal are particularly eye-catching.
Because it’s more comfortable and more durable, Oona works for both residential and commercial applications.
Visit www.keilhauer.com for more information.
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