Damask is a reversible fabric, made from a variety of fabrics, such as silk, linen, cotton, wool and synthetic fibres. The pattern is woven into the fabric using a jacquard-loom technique, rather than print on it. The patterns of the damask can be either multi-coloured or single-coloured. Its durable and decorative nature makes it great for upholstery and window dressing. The origin of the damask dates back to 300 B.C. in China. It developed into a major weaving technique during the early Middle Ages around Byzantine and the Middle East. Damask came to Europe for the first time in the 14th century in France.
Thick and heavy
Damask is very durable because of the tight weave.
Damask is a rich, glossy, heavyweight and reversible fabric, widely used for table covers, wallpaper, upholstery and curtain or drapes.
3 Sustainable if 100% organic cotton
Natural fibres such as silk, wool, linen or cotton are biodegradable.
4 Opulent look and classical appearance
Damask and Brocade
Damask is a flat, reversible fabric.
Brocade is an embossed, raised, and non-reversible fabric.
Damask upholstery brings a sense of elegance to any home. With damask, it will be easy for you to fit with a classic design scheme.