Almedahls

 With strong roots in Nordic design and tradition, Almedahls was created in 1846, named after Alma, the daughter of founder Hans Wesslau. One of the oldest businesses in western Sweden, they have been producing high quality fabrics for generations, particularly linen. Throughout the years Almedahls fabrics have been developed for both public and private uses without compromising on quality. They have collaborated with designers such as Marianne Weskman, and Josef Frank, think distinctive prints and patterns sure to stand out in any room. 

The Swedish Fabric Co's favourite? Korsbarstadgarden Mustard is a fabric with traditional roots but still looks contemporary and new. We think it would make wonderful cushions on a lovely deep green sofa.