“A home made leather like material created with natural components like wood fibres & linseed oil.”
Linoleum is made from natural materials like: linseed oil, wood fibres, pine resin, limestone and lignin. Unfortunately, the material created with these components is still, after 100 years, mainly applied as a flooring material. But by leaving out the pigments and the limestone and by pressing a fibre net in between two layers of Lino leather, the material gains depth, becomes more flexible and self-supporting and gains the advantage of two useable sides instead of one. The combination of these characteristics has led to a vegan material that is similar to saddle leather and can be applied in furniture and fashion accessories.
Don Yaw Kwaning