This week’s Tuesday Textile showcases Knoll Textile’s Marquee in Breeze, a large scale geometric pattern, available in seven colorways. Marquee was designed by Knoll Textile’s creative director Dorothy Cosonas who was influenced by the work of late American artist and designer Vera Neumann. This modern, bold textile is part of the Stitch Collection, the 2012 Best of Neocon Gold winner for upholstery, that was inspired by stitching and embroidery techniques as well as fashion. With a 40,000 double rub rating and optional Nanotex finish and Durablock backing this medium to heavy-weight fabric can be used in multiple upholstery applications.
This week’s Tuesday Textile showcases Maharam’s Quatrefoil in Pink, an iconic pattern designed in 1954 by Alexander Girard, an architect and textile designer who had a profound impact on mid-20th-centruy design. The geometric bursts of sweet colors would look stunning on a 60’s inspired piece of furniture, fit for the set of Mad Men. This retro looking textile offers a a 220,000 double rub rating and optional Nanotex finish and Durablock backing this is ideal for high traffic areas.
This week’s Tuesday Textile showcases Momentum’s Spin – Metro Stop. Layers of flowing linework and colorful bursts that provide enough movement to make your head spin. Reminiscent of the artwork produced from a Spinograph toy, this playful pattern offers five colorways and a 50,000 double rub rating. With its Crypton Green finish and Greenguard Children & Schools Indoor Air Quality Certification, this fabric is a great option for educational areas.
This week’s Tuesday Textile showcases Maharam’s Ottoman Stripe – Apricot, a collaboration with renowned British fashion designer Paul Smith featuring his signature stripes in a multi-colored palette. The ribbons of boldly colored vertical stripes on a wool-nylon blend create the smooth, corded effect known as ottoman. Ottoman stripe is Greenguard Gold certified and may contribute to LEED certification. It has a 50,000 double rub rating, and this eye catcher can be used on anything from upholstery, window treatments, bedding, pillows & purses to wrapping fabric tiles as illustrated above.
This week’s Tuesday Textile showcases Arc Com’s Kirigami – Flame, a geometric pattern in a rich scarlet hue. The pattern plays on the beautiful paper craft artisty known as Kirigami. Whether the design originated from folding, flipping and cutting sheets to replicate snowflakes or delicate stars, this textile provides a clean, fresh aesthetic for various spaces with a stain resistant finish and acrylic backing. With a whopping 16 colorway offering, this fabric provides a plentiful selection as well as a 80,000 double rub rating.
This week’s Tuesday Textile showcases Maharam’s Mister – Enliven, a simple yet bold pattern in a vibrant, cheery yellow hue with a contrasting cool gray. With summer on the horizon, this textile’s sunny appearance can enhance both your indoor & outdoor spaces. With a 100,000+ double rub abrasion rating, 1500+ hour lightfastness and stain resistant finish this Sunbrella contract fabric is suitable for residential, corporate and hospitality settings. Not only can this textile be used as a beautiful accent in your outdoor environment, it’s also better for the environment with Greenguard and Greenguard Gold Certification and contributing LEED credits.
This week’s Tuesday Textile showcases Carnegie’s Maxwell Street – Color #13, a beautiful pattern of hexagons in deep, rich earthy hues. From the Modern Vintage Collection, stylishly inspired by the great flea markets around the globe, Maxwell Street reflects the art of a historic craft. This charming textile offers a classic aesthetic with all the high performance features you expect from a modern textile. With a 60,000 double rub rating and optional Nanotex finish and Durablock backing this is ideal for high traffic areas.
This week’s Tuesday Textile showcases Momentum’s Kudos Rolling Stone, a large scale circular pattern with pops of red, violet and yellow hues on a grayed background. This playful geometric pattern can add a wonderful accent of color to seating, pillows or cushion top pedestal files in your home or office workspace. It is a yarn dyed upholstery with acrylic backing and a 50,000 double rub rating. With its recycled content, it would make for a great application on an environmentally friendly project.