Fabric & Vinyl Options

Fabric & Vinyl Options

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Below are sample swatches of our available standard patterns. You may add criteria to narrow the choices to specific tiers and material. All swatches have additional colors available once clicked. Modular Office Systems fabrics cannot be used for seating.

Tier 1 fabric and vinyl are included in cost of the product. 
Tier 2 fabric and vinyl are available for additional cost. 
Tier 3 fabric and vinyl are custom items. Contact your CSI Sales Representative for availability and cost. 

Please note that due to inconsistencies of computer monitors and printers, we cannot guarantee the colors shown below are precisely accurate. We strongly suggest that before making your final purchase decision you contact your CSI Sales Representative to ask for product swatches be mailed to you or view product swatches while visiting in person.

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

CF Stinson: http://www.cfstinson.com/
Momentum Textiles: https://www.memosamples.com/momentum_textiles.shtml
Mayer Fabrics: https://www.mayerfabrics.com/

CSI has contracts with the above vendors and we can get a discounted price of most fabrics and vinyl they offer. If you find one or more fabrics or vinyl you like, we can get the discounted price and availability for you. 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