Murphy dining tables are a classic feature in the dining room and they’re the perfect place to add a touch of modern style.
There are plenty of great options out there, so why is it that Murphy hasn’t updated its dining table fabric?
The reason is simple: Murphy has no idea what’s new in the world of fabric and doesn’t care.
The company has only just begun to get its feet wet with fabric, so Murphy hasn, well, just gotten started.
Weighing in at 6.5 pounds per square foot, the Murphy dining room cloth has a weight rating of 8.5 ounces per square inch.
Murphy’s dining room linen fabric is a light-weight blend of a high-quality natural fiber, a soft and plush cotton blend and a durable synthetic blend.
It’s made from a 100% polyester fabric that has a low-spinning, non-woven appearance that’s made to last through use.
Murphy is the only company to use a polyester blend for its dining room fabric, which means the fabric is incredibly strong and durable.
It has a high abrasion resistance, excellent abrraction resistance and a low sheen, which is why Murphy recommends it as a “dining table fabric” and “couch-friendly fabric.”
The fabric has a density of 3.0 grams per square meter, which should be enough to provide the perfect amount of support for your furniture.
Murphy also says it has a moisture barrier of up to 12.5 percent, which, when compared to its competitors, is pretty impressive considering the fabric’s “natural” qualities.
The fabric is manufactured in the U.S. and is priced at $79.95 per square centimeter.
Murphy hasn.t made a definitive statement on the durability of the Murphy Dining Table cloth yet, but we’ll let you know as we get closer to Murphy’s official unveiling.
You can also find the Murphy dining table cloth on the Murphy website, where it is priced from $79 to $7990 per square metre.
Murphy will also be holding its first press event on November 18th, which will give fans a chance to pick up the fabric and get their first hands on it.