20/21 Collections

Our Collections

Welcome to the Vanelli Virtual Showroom

Explore the Vanelli Spring/Summer  2020/2021 Collections: Natural Paradise . Graphic Jungle . Zen Cubist Trevira . Zen RecycleYou can also enter our Upholstery Lab, presenting our furniture fabric novelties.

We wish you inspiring moments with our collections! Please let us know if you find any of the articles to be of interest and we will arrange for samples to be sent to you. Please contact your Vanelli sales agent if you need more information on the fabrics and want to order samples of your selection.

Please kindly note that the copyright for all content in this virtual showroom belongs to Vanelli.

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Natural Paradise

Natural biophilic decor with faint cut·out designs and eco·print inspiration Is the key pattern direction in this story. Natural textures update this perennial trend rich with natural materials including raffia, linen and hemp.

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Graphic Jungle

Translucent shimmering and playful colours with overlapping, transparent effects are the key to our Graphic Jungle story. You will find lightweight naturals and charming linens in this fresh story.

Zen Cubist Trevira

With many new hotels and resorts adopting a climate·positive philosophy, the look and feel of sustainability is evolving for the luxury hospitality sector. The new essential hotel embraces the growing warm minimalism focusing on tactile design touchpoints.

Zen Recycle

Sustainable recycle collection in both contract FR and domestic qualities. In addition to the new recycle collection, this page includes information on the Vanelli sustainability and GRS programmes.

Upholstery Lab

Vanelli upholsteries are designed to meet the strict requirements for furniture fabrics. You will find qualities rich with natural fibres as well as functional polyester qualities with exceptionally high abrasion resistance. The collection inclues plains and jacquards, yarn-dyed fabrics as well as piece-dyed items.

Harmony – Novel Finishes

The concept of comfort is increasingly important as spaces become more multifunctional for working, relaxing and socialising. A sense of wellbeing is fostered through the use of lived-in materials and soft textures but also by novel finishes such as the pure air and anti-microbial finishes.