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Fabric Selector Cara


Description: Cara is a popular panel fabric available in 40 popular colours for commercial interiors, meeting the requirements for BS 476 class 1 Composition: 100% Polyolefin Maintenance: Vacuum regularly. Wipe clean using a damp cloth or shampoo using proprietary upholstery shampoo Guarantee: 5 Years (normal 8 hour use)


Aqua Marine IB141


Azalia IB132


Battleship IB074


Bluenote IB133


Dewberry IB138


Kingfisher IB146


Penstemon IB137


Fjord IB073


Lucia Screen


Description: Lucia is a Second Nature recycled polyester panel fabric available in an exciting palette of 43 colours. It coordinates with Xtreme Plus for seating Composition: 100% Recycled Polyester (Non metallic dyestuffs) Abrasion/Resistance: 50000 Maintenance: Vacuum regularly. Wipe clean using a damp cloth or shampoo using proprietary upholstery shampoo Guarantee: 5 Years (normal 8 hour use)


Viola IB123


Rose IB046


Royal IB007


Saraband IB126


Pastry IB135


Pearl IB081


Martinique YB004


Curacao YB005


Paseo YB019


Costa YB026


Belize YB105


Taboo YB045


Mauve YB069


Solano YB088


Doodle


Description: Plain panels can be boring, so we've let our designers loose on a freehand squiggly sketch overprinted on to our best selling Lucia range. We've chosen 10 shades which we think work best and given them a completely new identity as Doodle. Composition: 100% Polyester Maintenance: Vacuum regularly. Wipe clean using a damp cloth or shampoo using proprietary upholstery shampoo Guarantee: 5 Years (normal 8 hour use)


Slip YB094


Apple YB096


Turtle YB098


Ocean YB100


Oyster YB107


Havana YB009


Adobe YT165


Apple YT096


Arecibo YT099


Aruba YT093


Bermuda YT084


Buru YT170


Marianna YT157


Oyster YT107


Rum YT086


Turtle YT098


40 For more information visit www.officestoragesystems.co.uk or call 0800 612 4174


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