{friday finds: bamboo and cork fabric}



Bamboo and cork are two very popular finishes used in homes today. And adding to the mix are these fabrics that look exactly like bamboo and cork. I must clarify, they are synthetic, and not a natural fiber. The fabric is suitable for upholstery, pillows, and window treatments. A square ottoman with nailheads, upholstered seat cushions, or bar stools come to mind.

Gray, charcoal, yellow, camel, and orange; so many colors to choose from in one pattern. A great fabric to use, to pull a room together. Imagine an ottoman, made from the bottom fabric, sitting on charcoal gray carpet or paired with a beautiful camel sofa. Oooohhh. Such a unique look, and in this case, a good look.

The patterns shown here along with others are available at the design studio. Call or stop by for additional information.

Hirshfield’s Design Resource
721 Second Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55405

Phone: 612 374-8901
Open Monday thru Friday, 8:30AM – 5:00PM

2 Responses to “{friday finds: bamboo and cork fabric}”

  1. {asian design} « Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] lightweight, durable, and attractive. Use bamboo, a very popular finish used today, throughout your home. You can also add drama to your walls by using bamboo as a […]

  2. {window treatment wednesday: green and sustainable window treatments} | Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] about ‘green’ in many ways—one is the materials used, such as natural shades made from reeds, bamboos and grasses. The Hunter Douglas Applause honeycomb Vintage line is made from 40 percent recycled […]


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