Serge Ferrari North America Introduces New Upholstery Collection
Serge Ferrari North America introduces the Stamskin® One allure collection of indoor/outdoor upholstery fabrics. Stamskin One allure offers the same unparalleled performance of its sister collection, launched in 2016, Stamskin One. But while the ultra-popular Stamskin One upholstery fabric has a smooth, slick finish, Stamskin One allure provides an understated leather-like grain which is well suited to classic designs.
Designed for intensive use, Stamskin One allure pairs an extremely supple, luxurious hand with exceptional performance properties, including abrasion resistance of more than 665,000 double rubs (ASTM D4157), inherent resistance to pink mold, and flame retardancy (IMO MSC.307). With a silicone top coat, Stamskin One allure resists all staining aggressors, including sharpie, wine, mustard, suntan lotions, blood and much more. GreenGuard certified for indoor air quality, phthalate free and non-cytotoxic, Stamskin One allure is ideal for any upholstered seating on a boat or yacht, including helm chairs, banquette seating and cushions, as well as public areas that experience intensive use, including hotels, arenas, stadiums and airport seating.
“Serge Ferrari is raising the bar on what to expect from an outdoor vinyl”, says Laurent Pellequer, Serge Ferrari North America Market Manager for Furniture and Hospitality. “Hospitality and yacht owners alike are demanding beautiful, cleanable, durable and sustainable materials. Our latest innovation, Stamskin One allure, does exactly this.”
Available in 56.6 inch wide rolls that are 21.8 lineal yards in length, Stamskin One allure may be purchased from several distributors in the United States and Canada, including Reliatex (https://www.reliatex.com) and Miami Corporation (https://www.miamicorp.com).
The Stamskin® and Batyline® lines of indoor/outdoor marine-grade upholstery fabrics offer unparalleled strength and durability in the harshest conditions, including resistance to UV, mold, and extreme temperatures.