Our fabrics

Our specialty is alpaca and the trades that surround it. We believe that the alpaca is self-sufficient and that depending on the technique with which it is worked, the result will be completely different. Thus, if it is woven on an artisanal loom in 100% baby alpaca, combined with merino wool or made on a jacquard loom, its outfit, its hand and its fall will be completely different. It is for these reasons that we work our collections without reason or superfluity.

Suave-white
Suave
Nuboso
Nuboso
selva-yellow
Selva
boga
boga
The Innata brand is based on the requirement of know-how, the high technicality of the weavings, the innovative finishes at the service of the touch, the choice of a noble and natural material that is the alpaca to create attractive and timeless collections .
Tapis Hotel Annapurna Courchevel - INNATA 2
Echarpe Fishbone en 100% Baby Alpaga - Innata - Couleurs naturelles
Fishbone
liso
liso
alpaca lana
alpaca lana
Essentiel
Essentiel
Innata | Plaid dégradé à la main en alpaga
tinte a mano

Our fabrics

Inspired by our expertise and innovative spirit, Innata fabrics are inspired by both modern and traditional styles and production techniques. As a high-end upholstery editor, we select the best of alpaca fiber for your interior design projects. These collections meet each other to draw interior universes marked by elegance, color, emotion and sensuality.

Our collections are imagined and elaborated in different workshops in Peru: in the capital, Lima and in the south of the country, in the regions of Arequipa and Puno. These collections of sumptuous fabrics are very varied: contemporary plain, thick woolen fabrics or innovative textiles inspired by animal furs. Some are ideal for making chairs such as the Dulce & Nuboso collections. The Reversible Soft collection will be a very good option for reversible plaids while the Suave and Boga collections will magnify a curtain piece by their unique shapes. This strong identity offers decorators, interior designers and upholsterers numerous possibilities for combining styles: color coordinates, bold combinations of materials and patterns, subtle dialogue between classical and contemporary.