SBS Launch New Ranges of Scandinavian Coloured Fabrics




Scandinavian Business Seating (SBS) – Europe’s largest office chair manufacturer is daring people to upholster their soft furnishings in playful colours and textures from a brand new 2016/2017 collection they have produced using fabric manufacturers such as Camira Fabrics, Kvadrat and Gabriel.

Your office no longer has to be a bland space. Our valued supplier, Scandinavian Business Seating, have just developed two new Nordic colour ranges using inspiration from both fashion and interior trends. The ‘New Folk’ and ‘Sense’ palettes offer you the perfect excuse to add a subtle pop of colour.

They have collaborated with Swedish design agency Form Us With Love, to collate a total of 60 different fabrics that have a positive effect on people – brightening rooms to make you feel calmer and more relaxed.

Inspired by Scandinavian landscapes and their motto of ‘bringing life into rooms’, the fabrics are designed to evoke the feeling of nature and a sense of harmony in the workplace – both of which are sorely missing from most offices.

Want to bring a sense of calm and balance to your meeting room? SBS recommend their New Folk collection of fabrics, designed to create a feeling of warmth and homeliness – in places where you find yourself stressed or deep in thought, like the office.


From bold dot-patterned pieces to energetic yellows, pinks and blues, there are 20 fabrics to choose between, all crafted from wool and natural fibres with plenty of texture to make them more tactile.

Sense, on the other hand, is a little more low-key, embracing calmer textures and colours to create a balanced atmosphere. Head of Textiles at SB Seating, Pernille Stoltz, explained that this collection was inspired by calm mill ponds and other Scandinavian landscapes. They certainly look refined and luxurious.


Practical and stylish, Scandinavian interiors have never been more sought after, so do get in touch with us to find out more about their stunning designs.

Posted November 15, 2016

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