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Wander Collection by Momentum Textiles 00

Wander Collection by Momentum Textiles

Wander Collection by Momentum Textiles

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California-based textile manufacturer Momentum Textiles has introduced six new patterns to its Wander Collection – a line of bleach cleanable upholstery fabrics that are perfect for heavily-trafficked interiors. Vibrant and versatile, the Wander Collection features six new bleach cleanable textiles. From multicolored dots to architectural rectangles, there is a pattern to suit every...

Wiggle by Guilford of Maine 00

Wiggle by Guilford of Maine

Wiggle by Guilford of Maine

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Wiggle, new from contract textiles company Guilford of Maine, offers durability and texture in contemporary colorways. The solid weave features an undulating design that provides a subtle sense of movement and a soft touch. Because it’s intended for healthcare and other contract applications that require endurance, Wiggle can be treated with various finishes that extend the life of the fabric,...

Infinity Collection by Carnegie 00

Infinity Collection by Carnegie

Infinity Collection by Carnegie

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With a new collection named Infinity, Carnegie is bringing its goal of durability to a new level with hardwearing textiles that feel soft to the touch. Carnegie has a PVC-free policy for all of its textiles, wall panels, and wall coverings The collection comprises five patterns, each of which are engineered with high-tech fibers to withstand between 50,000 to 100,000 double rubs while...

New Healthcare Curtains by Vescom 00

New Healthcare Curtains by Vescom

New Healthcare Curtains by Vescom

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Dutch fabric brand Vescom have introduced a new line of privacy curtain fabrics especially developed and produced for the healthcare sector. Vescom’s bright and airy healthcare curtains bring pattern and color to healthcare interiors. Called Nelson, Morgan, Romo and Sindo, the new designs are all washable at 70 degrees and are made from 100% Trevira CS yarns, which makes them easy to clean...

Symbol and Eon by Momentum Textiles 00

Symbol and Eon by Momentum Textiles

Symbol and Eon by Momentum Textiles

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Momentum Textiles is starting 2013 out with “tech-influenced edge.” Ideal for public spaces, especially university common areas, Symbol and Eon feature bold geometry and metallic sheen. Together, the coordinating fabrics offer a millennial modernism. Digital Age-Inspired Pattern and Coordinating Metallic Solid Work Wonders in Educational Settings Symbol is a mid-scale pattern of circles,...

Lines and Shapes by Laura Guido-Clark and Carnegie Design Studio 00

Lines and Shapes by Laura Guido-Clark and Carnegie Design Studio

Lines and Shapes by Laura Guido-Clark and Carnegie Design Studio

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Line & Shapes is a compilation of fabrics designed by Laura Guido-Clark in conjunction with the Carnegie Design Studio. Carnegie have reinterpreted nostalgic patterns into a modern fabric collection. Based on a collection that Laura Guido-Clark designed for Carnegie back in 1989, Lines and Shapes is made up of seven designs all inspired by childhood games. The patterns have been updated...

Three New Color Library Hues by Robert Allen 00

Three New Color Library Hues by Robert Allen

Three New Color Library Hues by Robert Allen

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From the company that revolutionized the way we view fabric by organizing by color come three new hues. Cove, Sunrise, and Violet Sky by Robert Allen are inspired by the “magic hour,” the day’s first and last hour of sunlight. The soft light of dawn and dusk creates ethereal colors that work independently and also complement existing colors in Robert Allen’s Color Library. Cove is “a...

The Cartouche Collection by Robert A.M. Stern for CF Stinson 00

The Cartouche Collection by Robert A.M. Stern for CF Stinson

The Cartouche Collection by Robert A.M. Stern for CF Stinson

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Architects Robert A.M. Stern Design have created a new collection of seven fabric designs for high performance textile manufacturer CF Stinson. Naturally, when designing the collection, Robert A.M. Stern were inspired by the patterns found in architecture. Each design references a different element in the finishes and trims of great buildings, from 19th century-inspired lathe turned...

Marble by Laura Lienhard Textiles 00

Marble by Laura Lienhard Textiles

Marble by Laura Lienhard Textiles

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Naturally occurring shapes and textures get a colorful update with Marble. Digitally printed in Italy, the cotton-linen comes in 55-inch-wide rolls, in a choice of iris, cactus, silver, jade, sky, and walnut. Source : Laura Lienhard...

Fogg Harlequin by Kasthall 00

Fogg Harlequin by Kasthall

Fogg Harlequin by Kasthall

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Swedish flooring company Kasthall has revamped its popular Fogg collection by introducing a brand new diamond patterned version called Fogg Harlequin. When designing the new Harlequin pattern, Kasthall’s chief designer Gunilla Lagerhem Ullberg was inspired by the Afghan coats, suede, and leather patchwork of the 70s. Customers can choose from a light cream or graduated cognac colorway. As...

Theory by KnollTextiles 00

Theory by KnollTextiles

Theory by KnollTextiles

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KnollTextiles has introduced Theory, a bright and cheerful pattern from the Fall 2012 Spectra Collection. With its mid-century feel and clean, clear color, the Theory pattern fits perfectly into KnollTextiles’ Spectra collection of fabrics which brings together classic patterns with bright colors and high performance qualities. Available in 10 seasonal colorways from warm orange and berry...

Voyage collection by Carnegie 00

Voyage collection by Carnegie

Voyage collection by Carnegie

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American textile manufacturer Carnegie have introduced Voyage, its first ever line of hospitality upholsteries and wallcoverings that can be used both indoors and outdoors. The Voyage collection is the result of two years of research, development and editing carried out by Mary Holt and the Carnegie Design Studio. The resulting nine wallcovering and upholstery designs include motifs and...

New Textiles by Dorothy Cosonas for Knoll Luxe 00

New Textiles by Dorothy Cosonas for Knoll Luxe

New Textiles by Dorothy Cosonas for Knoll Luxe

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What do an affluent Philadelphia suburb, a forest in India, and a peak in the Austrian Alps have in common? Besides the manifest allure to adventurous tourists, the answer is they’ve each caught the eye (and the ear) of Knoll Luxe creative director Dorothy Cosonas, who has chosen to christen each of the three new fall fabrics after the above—respectively, Abingdon, Zimba, and Aranya. New...