Der The name SAHCO has a long tradition and stands for exclusivity and perfect style. Founded in 1841 the textile editor today adds to any interior with classical, contemporary or avant-garde fabrics.
A perfect supplement is the accessories line by Ulf Moritz including tie-backs, cords and borders as well as the collections FINE WALLCOVERINGS and FINE RUGS featuring exclusive wallcoverings and sophisticated hand-made rugs.
The SAHCO collections are presented in Amsterdam, Brussels, Cannes, Dubai, London, Milan, Munich, New York and Paris showrooms. In addition SAHCO is represented worldwide by agencies and distributors. The exclusive SAHCO fabrics, accessories, rugs and wallcoverings are first choice for well-known interior decorators and architects. You can find SAHCO wherever there is a high demand for sophisticated fabrics, in the most beautiful private residences of the world, exclusive hotels, palaces and castles, luxury yachts and even famous movie settings.
The collections are created in an in-house studio together with well-known designers and selected suppliers.
CREATING INTERIORS combines the sophisticated fabrics SAHCO is known for internationally with three stylish lines: „Classic", „Légère" and „Contemporary". What all the fabrics of these individual lines have in common is their style and quality. In addition Creating Interiors forms the base for the designer fabrics by Ulf Moritz and Lori Weitzner.
NEW STANDARD comprises high-quality and only plain fabrics, premium basics, which can be used to set accents as well as a clear contrast. A line which reflects the signs of a time where „exclusivity" had totally different interpretations.
SIGNATURE WORKS is an experiment where designers and artists choose fabrics and put them into a new context. The result may be a real fabric collection or only a plain exhibition. We started this project in January of 2011 with „Fold" by Ulf Moritz.
Less caviar, more meat & potatoes please
This year’s Heimtextil in Frankfurt runs the danger of being memorable for its superficiality rather than its quality. However, they have come up with some real highlights – and these aren’t restricted to the “Being” trend show alone.› To the article