Kandinsky Cut Velvet from Sanderson

//Kandinsky Cut Velvet from Sanderson

Kandinsky Cut Velvet from Sanderson

Kandinsky was a familiar Russian, later French, artist who died in 1944 – A. Sanderson & Sons have a fabric design named after him – a 1950’s inspired cut velvet, in narrow stripes with geometric patterning – search ‘Kandinsky’ from https://www.sanderson-uk.com/. We have used it on new and old furniture and the result is always pleasing and quite striking. We’ve recently completed the re-cover of an armchair in the ‘Fig/Yellow’ colourway. The piping, Ross Fabrics Pastiche velvet (Damson), compliments the main fabric perfectly. An Ercol chair in ‘Black/Orange’ also looks stunning, and we’ve used the same colourway on footstools in the past. With eight colours there’s plenty of choice and all make a bold design statement – whether on a chair, stool or scatter cushion.

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Dave established Crescent Upholstery in 1985 in the former spa town of Matlock, after working for a Derbyshire upholstery company for 9 years. The quality of his work & attention to detail has earned him an enviable reputation in the local area.