Herringdal and Morgedal were designed by Kari Skogstad in the mid 80's. These two classic upholstery fabrics have been put together in a family and have been given new, muted colors that create a warm atmosphere and a feeling of quality and well-being. These qualities point back to Gudbrandsdalens Uldvarefabrik´s long history and deep archives. Herringbone patterns and diagonals are timeless, classic patterns found in tailored men's suits and coats.
The traditional patterns have become a sign of quality, and on furniture they create a beautiful and exclusive expression. Herringdal and Morgedal have been given colors that create a warm atmosphere and a feeling of quality and well-being. Beautiful neutral tones in beige and gray meet classic blends in durable and timeless designs created to last.
|Designer||GU Design Team / Kari Skogstad | New colourway: Ragnhild Nordhagen & Christiane Müller|
|Material||70% Virgin Wool / 30% Viscose|
|Durability (rubs on Martindale)||80000|
|Fastness to light (Scale 1-8)||5-7 (scale 1-8)|
|Resistance to rubbing dry state (Scale 1-5)||4 (scale 1-5)|
|Resistance to rubbing wet state (Scale 1-5)||3 (scale 1-5)|
EN ISO 1021: Part 1+2
FTP Code: Part 8 (IMO)
BS 5852: Part 2 (Crib 5)
|Cleaning||Dry cleaning or cleaning with foam detergents|