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Romo group launches new upholstery fabric brand
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Dec '09
The Romo group are delighted to announce the launch of our new upholstery fabric brand Kirkby Design. The brand formerly known as Kirkby House has been redesigned as a modern, high performance fabric resource library called Kirkby Design, incorporating superb upholstery fabrics with a sharp, contemporary feel and high quality finish using a well balanced, sophisticated colour palette.

With a fresh modern approach to upholstery fabrics, Kirkby Design responds to the changing needs of our customers, fulfilling the requirement for a reliable, affordable and practical fabric resource which provides the essential basics for interior designers, retailers, furniture manufacturers and upholsterers. The new Kirkby Design launch offers an extensive range of plain and semi plain qualities that are stylish, highly durable and versatile for use in both residential and contract specifications.

A defining characteristic of the new brand is the colour palette, which has been uniquely developed for Kirkby Design and is made up of an extensive range of sophisticated neutrals including Stone, Havana and Jute with a selection of fashionable shades such as Indian Ink, Coriander and Soft Jade.

Meticulous care and attention has also been given to specific fabric treatments to ensure many of the fabrics meet Crib 5 contract standard, and to specialist finishing techniques to improve the handle on severe domestic and contract fabrics, ensuring the high durability does not compromise on the natural look and feel of the collections.

Established in 1902, Romo is a family run business, based in Nottinghamshire, UK. The company designs and markets exclusive furnishing and upholstery fabrics, wallcoverings and trimmings for residential and contract interiors, including classic and contemporary prints, luxurious damasks, silks, jacquards, chenilles, velvets and an extensive range of plain and semi-plain weaves.

Romo Ltd

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