LODEN GOES INTERIOR
Raiffeisen Steyr relies on wool fabrics made in Austria
Our fine woollen fabrics have always been known for their use in alpine clothing or in international fashion collections. However, more and more interior designers and architects nowadays rely on our merino wool fabrics to develop innovative and unique interiors.

Due to its special structure, Merino wool has many beneficial natural properties that make it an innovative and versatile fibre. The know-how in the refinement of extra-fine Australian merino wool and the special properties of this natural resource are also combined in our interior collection.

Due to their technical properties, such as flame retardancy or abrasion resistance, our fabrics are also particularly suitable for furnishing private houses, hotels, but also commercial properties. As the largest reference project to date, the new Raiffeisen Competence Centre in Steyr, Upper Austria, was equipped with almost 2,000 m of fabrics from Leichtfried at the end of 2019.

Together with Hertl Architekten from Steyr, five new melange colours in quality PURE 540 (Article 16) were created for this project in order to meet the wishes of the client. After approval of the colour designs at the beginning of September, we immediately started the production for colours 2025 (light blue), 3039 (loden green), 4040 (burgundy red), 9300 (kiwi green) and 5076 (hazelnut brown), as the opening was planned already for mid-November and finally in October curtains, furniture and wall coverings had to be produced from the fabrics. Everything went smoothly and so today we are a little proud to have been part of it in the realization of this architectural project.

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Cushions & blankets by Leichtfried Loden
On December 15th we will launch our new blankets & cushions collection online. Made from one the most exclusive natural fibre - Australian Merino wool. Both cushions and blankets will be your ideal companion for cozy home moments on your sofa. Or a perfect Christmas gift (or post-Christmas gift, we know we are a bit late...).
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The long coat by our French friends Asphalte Paris
The ideal winter coat in 100% mulesing-free Merino wool, which does not pill and does not fear any weather condition. Due to the water- & dirt-repellent AQUASTOP impregnation, this coat is perfectly suited for cold autumn or winter days.
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Lanz Bespoke Tailoring
For more than 40 years, Leichtfried Loden has been working closely with the renowned traditional costume manufacturer Lanz in Salzburg. In autumn 2020, we visited master tailor Georg Auer in his studio and got exciting insights into his work with our fine woollen Merino fabrics.
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Raiffeisen Steyr relies on wool fabrics made in Austria
Our fine woollen fabrics have always been known for their use in alpine clothing or in international fashion collections. However, more and more interior designers and architects nowadays rely on our merino wool fabrics to develop innovative and unique interiors.
The Loden Journal
We care about our animal welfare
At Leichtfried Loden, we do care about animal welfare and since 2020 we only use certified mulesing-free Australian Merino wool. We also expect this respect for the environment and all living beings from our suppliers and have obligated them to source only mulesing-free Merino wool.
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Cushions & blankets by Leichtfried Loden
The long coat by our French friends Asphalte Paris
Lanz Bespoke Tailoring
Raiffeisen Steyr relies on wool fabrics made in Austria
We care about our animal welfare