Fabric & Vinyl Options

Fabric & Vinyl Options

Choose "Fabric Options" or "Vinyl Options" below to view the many choices we offer. They are available for our seating products except for the Khroma, Breathe and Comfort RX chairs. All fabrics and vinyl we offer have earned the GREENGUARD or GREENGUARD Gold Certification. Based on pricing, we offer three tiers of fabrics and vinyl:

  • Tier 1 fabric and vinyl are included in cost of the product. 
  • Tier 2 fabric and vinyl are available for additional cost. They provide additional choices for a small additional cost in most cases. See complete list of Tier 2 additional cost here
  • Tier 3 fabric and vinyl vary in price. Contact your CSI Sales Representative for availability and total product cost. 

Fabric Options    Vinyl OptioNS

Additional options of fabrics and vinyl are available through these vendors:


All fabric and vinyl swatches shown on our website come from our vendors. Colors and patterns may look slightly different on the computer screen than in person, or on a piece of furniture. For the best viewing of the color swatches contact your CSI Sales Representative for a meeting or samples can be sent directly to you.

CSI has contracts with the above vendors for discounted prices of most fabrics and vinyl they offer. If you find one or more fabrics or vinyl you like, we can provide you the price and check on the availability of the product(s). In addition, we can order samples to be send directly to you. Please contact you CSI Sales Representative for further assistance.

Data specifications

Data specifications is based on The Association for Contract Textiles (ACT), a professional trade association comprised of companies involved in the design, development, production and promotion of textiles for commercial interiors.

ACT reminds you that there are many points to consider when specifying textiles. Wyzenbeek double rub numbers are only part of the equation in fully assessing a textile’s predicted durability and appearance retention. All of the following issues should be included in any such assessment:

• Type of Setting or Facility
• Specific Demands of End-Use Applications
• Durability Characteristics of the Textile
• Lightfastness
• Physical Properties (Pilling, Seam Slippage, Breaking Strength)
• Colorfastness
​• Surface Abrasion Resistance
• Protocols of Maintenance and Cleaning
• A Material’s Ability to Withstand Cleaning Products and Disinfectants
• Aspects of End Product Manufacturing

ACT Voluntary Performance Guidelines make fabric specification easier. Learn what each ACT Registered Certification Mark represents. Flammability, Wet & Dry Crocking, Colorfastness to Light, Physical Properties, Low Traffic Abrasion and High Traffic Abrasion

Complete Abrasion Guidelines and Test Descriptions for Woven, Coated and Knit Fabrics