Nevertheless, when choice of upholstery specify the composition of the seller, but for verification please note the following. Linen and cotton fabrics are usually easy to rumple, silk slippery to the touch. Natural fiber fabrics and well- retain their shape, "breathe", the seams on them subtly but susceptible to shrinkage. Synthetic fabrics do not retain their shape, but more durable, light, easy to clean and much cheaper, which is important because the component of tissue the ultimate cost of upholstered furniture can be up to 60%. What is included in the final cost of fabric? The main indicator – the proportion of natural and synthetic fibers. The greater the content of the first, the fabric is more expensive. But this does not mean that 100% cotton will be more expensive than velvet, which contains only 30-40% of natural fibers. It shall enter into force indicators such as the complexity of the process and the properties of the final product (Durability, color fastness, etc.).
We flock velours and they are higher than those of cotton, but inferior to chenille. In turn, the cost of flock velours and influenced by such factors as the composition of the base (fully synthetic or semi-subsistence) and the density of the pile. The most complicated in the production of jacquard and chenille. They come in single and multi, unilateral and bilateral. Chenille Jacquard differ from the presence of fluffy shenillovoy thread on which the pile firmly fastened, as well as the fact that they may be either on the fabric, and glue on the base.