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tessuti di lamé argentati

Maxim S.r.l. offers its customers a wide range of products, always guaranteeing quality and convenience. We deal in:

  • Embroidery aida
  • Plasticised flannels
  • oilcloths
  • textiles and fabrics
  • furnishing fabrics
  • plasticised fabrics
  • children’s’ printed cottons
  • organza
  • clothing fabrics
  • curtain fabrics
  • gold and silver lamès
  • sponge
  • choreographic fabrics
  • fabrics for decorations
  • table linen fabrics
  • fire resistant fabrics
  • furnishing fabrics
  • curtain fabrics
The Fabrics
Tende barocche

The fibres in curtain textiles can be from various sources: animal, vegetable, artificial or synthetic.

After spinning, weaving transforms the fibre into fabrics.

Fabrics are made up of two main elements: the warp, which is made up of taught threads on the loom and perpendicular to the roll of cloth. The other is the weft, which is a single thread which runs through the warp from one side to the other.

When choosing fabrics, their main characteristics must be kept in mind, such as their weight, body and at the same time, their colour and design, as curtains have a typically decorative function, adding style to furnishings, as well as offering a protection of privacy or from sunlight, or however filtering the light.


The use of mixed fibres

The fibres used in our fabrics are mainly mixed, partially synthetic, as they are particularly indicated as draping fabrics and, from an aesthetic point of view, are certainly no less inferior to the precious textile materials of the past.

They do not suffer damage from exposure to the sun and they are also easy to care for, can be machine-washed at home, not ironed and re-hung whilst still damp.

Contact us to receive more information or visit us at our Bergamo store.