Celebrity Fabrics & Leathers

There are a large array of fabrics & leathers available for the Celebrity range of recliners, sofas, suites, riser chairs & fixed chairs. If you choose to have leather it will cost more than fabric as leather hides cost more than woven fabrics do.

If the colour & tone of the leather or fabric is crucial to you we do recommend that you look at a sample of it in your own home, as your computer monitor can alter the true colour. If you would like us to send you a sample of any leather or fabric please send us your name, address and postcode on this email link along with the leather or fabric name(s).

These fabrics are for the main Celebrity upholstery collections.

If you are looking at the IKON collection of swivel recliners there are other fabrics which are shown via this page link

Fabrics

Andorra Aqua
Andorra Mink
Andorra Sand
Andorra Slate
Ariane Cherry (Aquaclean)
Ariane Midnight (Aquaclean)
Ariane Oyster (Aquaclean)
Ariane Pistachio (Aquaclean)
Ariane Sky (Aquaclean)
Ariana Steel (Aquaclean)
Arizona Sand
Aster Dusk
Aster Fawn
Aster Midnight
Aster Moonstone
Atlanta Aqua
Atlanta Biscuit
Atlanta Haze
Atlas Fawn (Aquaclean)
Atlas Haze (Aquaclean)
Atlas Rose (Aquaclean)
Atlas Sky (Aquaclean)
Atlas Slate (Aquaclean)
Atlas Steel (Aquaclean)
Bengal Claret
Bengal Forest
Bengal Grey
Bengal Mink

Bengal Slate
Bliss Moss


Bliss Mulberry
Bliss Natural


Bliss Stone
Buckley Chocolate


Buckley Claret
Buckley Heather


Buckley Natural
Buckley Slate

Buckley Steel
Byron Cappuccino
Byron Espresso
Byron Mocha
Chequer Caramel
Carnaby Pebble
Carnaby Spice
Chevron Claret
Chevron Forest
Chevron Grey
Chevron Mink
Chevron Slate
Corisca Rose
Esker Camel
Esker Claret
Esker Gold
Esker Pebble
Esker Sand
Flair Claret
Flair Forest
Flair Grey
Flair Mink
Flair Slate
Fusion Autumn
Fusion Braemar
Fusion Oyster


Hatton Charcoal (Aquaclean)
Hatton Fawn (Aquaclean)
Hatton Oyster (Aquaclean)
Hatton Plum (Aquaclean)
Hatton Ruby (Aquaclean)
Hatton Silver (Aquaclean)
Howard Claret (Aquaclean)
Howard Pebble
Howard Sage
Howard Stone
Kira Chocolate
Kira Duck Egg Blue
Kira Fawn
Kira Plum
Kira Rose
Kira Sage
Kira Sapphire
Kira Slate
Kira Stone
Koni Charcoal (Aquaclean)
Koni Haze (Aquaclean)
Koni Juniper (Aquaclean)
Koni Mulberry (Aquaclean)
Koni Ocean (Aquaclean)
Koni Oyster (Aquaclean)
Lintel Charcoal
Lintel Fawn
Lintel Midnight
Lintel Moonstone
Lintel Sky
Lucia Camel
Lucia Gold
Lucia Natural
Lucia Steel
Lucia Wine
Manor Autumn
Manor Espresso
Manor Sand
Mosaic Autumn
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Orchard Braemar
Origin Magnolia
Origin Natural
Origin Pebble
Origin Stone
Raffia Autumn
Raffia Sand
Ripple Caramel
Scroll Caramel
Tweed Autumn
Tweed Braemar


Weave Cayenne
Weave Charcoal


Weave Claret
Weave Concrete


Weave Midnight
Weave Sage


Weave Silver
Weave Teal

Leathers (all now grade 1 only)

Antique Brown Antique Burgundy
Antique Cocoa Antique Green
Antique Walnut English Chocolate
English Conker
Lena Autumn Leaf
Lena Bottle Green
Lena Brandy
Lena Caramel
Lena Chocolate
Lena Coffee
Lena Crimson
Lena Ebony
Lena Elderberry
Lena Espresso
Lena Fossil
Lena Heather
Lena Magenta
Lena Magnolia
Lena Marble
Lena Oriental Blue
Lena Pewter
Lena Porcelain
Lena Sable
Lena Steel Grey
Lena Teal
Lena Vanilla
Lena Wedgewood


PLEASE NOTE ALL LEATHERS ARE NOW IN GRADE ONE CATEGORY.

THERE ARE CURRENTLY NO GRADE 2 LEATHERS.


Fabric Care

We recommend that you vacuum your upholstery regularly and remove stains by means of a damp cloth (not over-wet) and soapy water or mild detergent if necessary, following closely the manufacturer's instructions. For more stubborn stains please consult a professional cleaning company.

All pile fabrics including chenilles are subject to a certain degree of shading or pile crush with frequent use. This is not a fabric fault, nor will it detract from the wearing properties of the material. The effect of pile crush can be minimised by regular brushing with a soft brush and occasional steaming where the pile is showing signs of wear.

In order to create the extra softness inherent in 'chaise'-type seatwraps it is important to remember that the upholstery is somewhat looser than in conventional seating, particularly as it cannot be pulled tightly from side to side. This may result in a little 'bagginess' or 'wrinkliness' appearing in certain fabrics which can usually be smoothed out by hand after use. It is also worth noting that with this type of upholstery horizontal seams in seating and joins in back cushions may become misaligned in use. When this happens it is advisable to re-align the affected areas by hand after use.

Armcaps are available with most items to prevent excessive wear on the vulnerable arm sections. Please also remember that direct sunlight may fade certain colours. Avoid sharp objects, including pets' claws, from damaging your upholstery.

Showwood areas should be wiped daily with a soft dry duster. To remove grease marks use a diluted solution of warm water and vinegar and buff with a soft duster. Do not use spray furniture polish.

In General

Where seat or back cushions are reversible, they should be turned frequently to minimise creasing and even up the amount of wear. All fibre-filled back cushions should be 'plumped up' frequently to retain their best appearance. Do not sit on arms or the front edges of seat cushions.

Slight colour variations are inevitable from one dye batch to another so we are unable to guarantee an exact colour match to the fabric or Leather sample in the pattern book, nor to furniture previously ordered in the same material. All colours shown on this Website are as accurate as reprographic and digital processes allow. Sherborne policy is one of continuous development and accordingly we reserve the right to alter any specification/size without prior notice.


Leather Care

•Vacuum and dust frequently with a soft cloth
•Do not allow body oils, perspiration or hair products to settle into the grain of the Leather as these will gradually break down the finish. Please also note that some forms of medication can cause damage to the top coat of leather via skin transferance.
•Clean regularly with a damp cloth (not over-wet) using circular motions until the dirty parts are clean, then dry immediately with a soft cloth
•If necessary, add a little soapy water to the above process providing NO DETERGENTS are used
•NEVER USE SADDLE SOAP, WAX OR SPRAY POLISH WHICH MAY CAUSE IRREVERSIBLE DAMAGE
•For rare, awkward stains a wide range of proprietary Leather Care cleaners can be obtained, following closely the manufacturers' instructions
•After cleaning a neutral Leather Cream may be used to restore the original sheen (proprietary products only, please)
•Too frequent or over-enthusiastic cleaning or application of Leather Cream may wear away the upper, darker coat of Antique Leather to reveal more of the lighter base coat
•Avoid sharp objects such as belts, buckles, studs and zips scratching the surface of the Leather
•Protect your Leather furniture from direct sunlight
•Avoid drying out the Leather by keeping it away from direct heat sources such as fires and radiators


In General


Where seat or back cushions are reversible, they should be turned frequently to minimise creasing and even up the amount of wear. All fibre-filled back cushions should be 'plumped up' frequently to retain their best appearance. Do not sit on arms or the front edges of seat cushions.
Slight colour variations are inevitable from one dye batch to another so we are unable to guarantee an exact colour match to the fabric or Leather sample in the pattern book, nor to furniture previously ordered in the same material. All colours shown on this Website are as accurate as reprographic and digital processes allow.

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