Vanessa Arbuthnott Fabrics

Which of your fabrics should I use if I have pets that like sit on the sofa too?

Choose a dark coloured fabric. The standard rub count for a fabric is around 20,000 rubs and although all our fabrics except the woven linens achieve this result smaking them good for wear and tear if you directly sponge the fabric there will be some colour loss.

It would be sensible to Scotch guard (soil and stain repellence) the fabric too, which we can arrange.  If you’re struggling to keep your dog off the sofa, much the best idea is to use a dedicated blanket for it to sit on. I would highly recommend my rugs and runners for this as they are machine washable as long as they don’t have bound ends. Also my herringbone blankets would be perfect! This way, you can control the shedding of hair, while still keeping your dog by your side. Also avoid my tweed as hairs and dirt can get trapped in the weave — not to mention claws can snag and tear it.

Vanessa Arbuthnott Fabrics

Which of your fabrics should I use if I have pets that like sit on the sofa too?

Choose a dark coloured fabric. The standard rub count for a fabric is around 20,000 rubs and although all our fabrics except the woven linens achieve this result smaking them good for wear and tear if you directly sponge the fabric there will be some colour loss.

It would be sensible to Scotch guard (soil and stain repellence) the fabric too, which we can arrange.  If you’re struggling to keep your dog off the sofa, much the best idea is to use a dedicated blanket for it to sit on. I would highly recommend my rugs and runners for this as they are machine washable as long as they don’t have bound ends. Also my herringbone blankets would be perfect! This way, you can control the shedding of hair, while still keeping your dog by your side. Also avoid my tweed as hairs and dirt can get trapped in the weave — not to mention claws can snag and tear it.