Ligneah Wood and Cotton Material from MyMantra Srl

Produced with FSC certified wood veneer, Ligneah is an innovative new sustainable material similar to leather. The wood veneer is laser-cut and fabric backed using a wide range of wood veneers, such as walnut, ash, birch, maple, oak and beech. The material produced is soft and pliable, can be printed and colored as well as […]

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Cork Cloth by Erin Ruby from HBF Textiles

Cork Cloth is a handsome upholstery and wall covering made of waste material derived from bottle-cork manufacturing factories in Italy. The surface of the cloth is 100% cork and contains all the natural characteristics of cork such as it’s irregularities, holes, cork stains, dark parts and stripes.

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Textus Upholstery Collection from Momentum

Intentionally unobtrusive, the 18 solids and patterns in the modern, classic Textus line are unified by 3 layers of complexity: yarn selection, construction and color. Many of the yarns used are: recycled polyester, bamboo, reduced environmental impact recycled fiber content and rapidly renewable fiber content.

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InkLines Upholstery Collection from Lisa Albin Design

Designed by Lisa Albin, this woven textile collection conveys the elegant line quality and movement of simple brush strokes. The markings were created in the tradition of Japanese calligraphy ink painting using bamboo calligraphy brushes, which carry rich, black ink across fine textured rice paper. The fabric content combines matte wool for the pattern’s ground, […]

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Rise and Shine Textile Collection from Pollack Associates

The new 2015 Spring textile collection from Pollack offers a tempting range of patterns and surfaces. Game On, with it’s emphasis on bold graphics and heavy novelty yarn, simulates the precision of a needlework design. The nuanced color, created as two slightly different tones woven together, softens the geometry with a gentle striae.

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Sculptural Textiles from Anne Kyyro Quinn

Created by the Anne Kyyrö Quinn studio, these contemporary interior textiles are based on three-dimensional structure, rather than smooth surface ornamentation. The textures are inspired by the natural world to bridge the gulf between the urban interior and the natural landscape. Cut, sewn and finished by hand, the studio’s unique choice of luxury natural fabrics […]

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