Re-wool, a recycled upholstery textile

Made from 45% recycled wool, we present Re-wool – a sustainable upholstery by Margrethe Odgaard made partly from scraps from our own production.

The making of a rug, from Paris to Nepal

Come with us when we visit Studio Bouroullec in Paris and our weaving factory in Nepal to see the Semis rug come to life.

A conversation with Georgina Wright

Georgina Wright combines fine art and weaving in her work as a textile designer. We visited her beautiful countryside studio to talk about the Skye textile.

Giulio Ridolfo presents his world of colours

We talked to Italian designer Giulio Ridolfo on the use of colours in his textile collections for Kvadrat.

Kanon Patterns by Kinnasand

Kanon Pattern Plow and Rake reinterpret the archetypal construction of Kanon to create a rhythmic, tactile structure. The rugs' colours match Kanon, opening a multitude of combination possibilities


Kvadrat opens second residential showroom in Paris

Following the successful opening of Kvadrat at Home in London’s Chelsea Harbour during London Design Festival, Kvadrat launches a new residential focused venue in the heart of the French capital. Kvadrat furnishing fabrics, curtains and rugs have graced some of the world’s most beautiful homes for many years.

This October, we have opened our second residential showroom focusing on our high-end offering of upholstery and curtain textiles as well as rugs and accessories for the home. Located in Rue du Mail in Paris, the elegant and sophisticated space features the full offering of the residential brands: Sahco, Kvadrat/Raf Simons, Kinnasand, and Kvadrat rugs.


Launching soon: Husk

Husk is a knitted textile with a three-dimensional ribbed structure designed by Marc Thorpe. The rhythmic design is inspired by the architecture of the corn husks, which he encountered in the fields of Northern Italy during his travels.

A result of 3 years intensive research

Patio is an upholstery textile developed for outdoors, which offers exceptional colour vibrancy. Designed by Karina Nielsen Rios, it is made with a highly durable, specially developed Trevira CS yarn.