Find The Right Fabric - Upholstery | Drapery | Linens !
Several of the fabric houses carry multiple lines, so you will see other familiar names like Trend, Highland Court and Lee Jofa.
For furniture upholstery, draperies and window treatments, or pillows and bedding you have an array of fabric selections.
Varying price points, styles and durability - from affordable sheers to exclusive silks and from robust performance fabrics to comfortable multi-purpose materials. Vinyl, faux silks, leather, outdoor fabric, too.
Upholstery, Drapery and Multipurpose Fabric Resources
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Very affordable upholstery fabrics. Hundreds of designs and over 50,000 yards in stock from a local supplier. Amazing fabrics for the price! Worth a look at any time.
Help Choosing an Upholstery Fabric
But you can't see them. And you will live with them indirectly. We like to narrow down on color, pattern, texture and suitability for your furniture first - the stuff you will live with. Then answer the durability issue within that framework. Here is a discussion on fabric durability: Fabric Durability for Furniture Upholstery
Below are some articles that do touch on fabric contents (a little), but open out into suitability, design, color and pattern. Enjoy!
"There are those of us that have great difficulty visualizing a makeover, be it with interiors, paint color, or even upholstery. I often hear the musings from our customers, “I love this fabric, but ..."
Tip: Choosing A Fabric for Upholstery
What Does it Mean When a Fabric is 'Railroaded'?
The description of some of the fabrics state that the product is "railroaded". Many upholstery fabrics are railroaded to allow for continuous repetition of the pattern across wide areas without requiring a seam - for example, across the seat of a wide sofa. As an illustration, imagine a roll of striped paper towels. If railroaded, the stripes would run side-to-side across each sheet of towels.
Up the roll is the opposite of "railroaded". Most drapery fabrics have patterns running up the roll to avoid horizontal seams in the long hanging window treatment. This is the standard way to show a fabric, pictured as it would be seen coming off the roll. Again, imagine a roll of striped paper towels. If up-the-roll, the stripes would run continuously along the length of the roll.
Upholstery and Drapery Fabric Resource:
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And the Philadelphia Metro area and Delaware.