Upholstery fabric has a multitude of applications in residential and commercial decor. Find out what they are...
There are many different types of upholstery fabric, but some of the most common are acrylic, cotton, linen, nylon, polyester (a.k.a. microfiber), polypropylene (a.k.a. Olefin), polyurethane (a.k.a. PUL), and rayon (a.k.a. Viscose). Upholstery fabric can consist of a single fabric composition or be blended from more than one fabric composition. Choosing the correct fabric type can greatly increase the life, and reduce the wear and tear on an upholstery piece. Read on to determine the differences between each upholstery fabric type and what are the best applications for each. Knowing these differences, can greatly increase the longevity of your furniture.
What is Upholstery Fabric?
Saturday, January 9, 2021
Learn what upholstery fabric is, how it is different from other fabrics, and what applications it is used for.