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SAHCO

Visions become reality

Exclusive hotels, stately residences, luxury yachts or large corporate headquarters - SAHCO’s passion is to furnish them all with textiles. The Nuremberg-based textile editor offers expressive collections to all those involved in interior design who attach importance to sophisticated designs and premium quality. Alongside extravagant design, a strong emphasis is placed on fabrics suitable for the commercial sector.

As a long-standing partner of Trevira CS, the experienced team offers fabric and processing qualities for every requirement, and develops individual solutions. The latest highlights include the EDIZIONE CLASSICA with traditional fabrics such as pure silk, suede and jacquard. It offers classic Italian chic, including in intensive and fashionable colours. The new PREMIUM BASICS upholstery fabrics stand out with a wide range of colours and a great deal of natural charm. The fabrics in the SLOW DESIGN collection are ideal for a particularly relaxed atmosphere that radiates warmth and security. With harmonious colours, discreet patterns and subtle details, they skilfully combine nonchalance and elegance.

The COOL COLOURS collection in contrast is as rich and lush as the Garden of Eden itself. A veritable explosion of colours, shapes and textures, it can bring any room to life. Ulf Moritz stands like no other name for unusual combinations of materials, and his collection is sheer architectural haute couture. Alongside the fascinating fabric collections with all their facets, the FINE RUGS collection of hand-tufted, woven and knotted rugs in 26 colours and the wallpaper collection FINE WALLCOVERINGS offer even more design possibilities.

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