Textured aesthetics

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Silent Gliss is delighted to unveil its latest additions to The Collection: Multicolour Natura and Multicolour Panama fabrics. Embracing the enduring trend for textiles with a natural, structured aesthetic, these fabrics offer a blend of sophistication and functionality. Woven with an intentionally textured design, these soft fabrics lend themselves to hygge-scandic or neutral interiors.

Best of both worlds
These fabrics marry the charm of natural fibres with the practical advantages of man-made materials. While boasting the defined weave and deliberate structure expected of natural textiles, they offer the added benefits of being flame retardant and ensuring consistent hanging properties.

Multicolour Natura: Timeless Elegance
Multicolour Natura closely resembles linen, making it a versatile option for creating serene and timeless interiors. Available in eight sophisticated colours, including four with a striking white warp, this fabric effortlessly enhances any space with its understated elegance.

Multicolour Panama: Rustic Charm
Inspired by the rustic texture of hemp, Multicolour Panama boasts a distinctively visible textured appearance. With eight colour options, including variations with a white warp, it adds a touch of rustic charm to interiors seeking a cozy and inviting ambiance.


Wonderfully wide
Both fabrics come in a generous roll width of 330 cm, allowing for seamless curtains without the need for fabric joins. Whether used in wave or pleated headings, they offer versatility and sophistication in equal measure.

Technically savvy
Multicolour Natura and Panama not only boast aesthetic appeal but also prioritise safety. Both fabrics are flame-retardant, and Oeko-Tex certified, ensuring they are free from harmful substances. Additionally, they hold IMO certification for maritime use, meeting stringent quality standards.

Sounding good
Recognising the importance of noise management in interiors, both fabrics have undergone acoustic testing to demonstrate their ability to contribute to a quieter environment.