Fabric types and construction - here are the options:
Cut pile – also known as plush / velour / velvet / moquette (from the French word for carpet), woven on a face to face jacquard loom, where the yarn threads stand upright from the ground structure.
Wire woven – also known as cut and uncut / cut and loop / all cut / all loop, woven on a wire jacquard loom, with a multitude of wiring combinations to create variable touch sensation and visual intrigue.
Flat woven – also known as flat weave / flat cloth, woven on dobby or jacquard looms, with a characteristic flat, two-dimensional surface, created by interlacing warp and weft.
Leather / vinyl – also known as genuine leather / faux leather, with surface embossing, pigmented finishes or polyurethane top coat for added protection.