The latest contract textiles are evolving toward comfort and calm in a way that makes any space feel like home.
Carnegie x Allsteel
Two major players in the contract world are joining forces to provide ease and increased quality for customers. Allsteel will now offer Carnegie’s PVC-free textiles graded for Allsteel furnishings.
(Courtesy Style Library Contract)
Style Library Contract
The collection, comprising 15 designs, is inspired by architecture and nature. This large selection of mixable textiles comes in a variety of materials and textures. With 74 different color options, these complementary prints are a designer’s dream.
(Courtesy Knoll Textiles)
Inspired by traditional Japanese motifs, Azuma, which means east, features four upholstery fabrics named Kabuki, Sashiko, Zen Wave, and Kaya. Kabuki is a bold graphic print that represents the ancient style of Japanese theater, while Zen Wave features a soft print based on classic kimono designs. Each textile is suitable for a variety of uses and is water- soil- stain- and/or bacteria-repellent.
An example of “Millennial Pink” creeping into the interior design realm, this collection of contract textiles was influenced by architect Luis Barragán’s use of color. The raw textures and simple geometries foster more peaceful environments.
Debuting at NeoCon 2017, Hester is a digitally printed wall covering inspired by Bauhaus masters. Designer Joe Kievitt created an original piece of artwork using masking tape, handmade tools, and a steady drawing hand. The painstaking process resulted in a graphic pattern with a handcrafted quality. Additionally, Hester is certified to SCS Indoor Advantage Gold.
Rigid Vinyl Drywall Corner Bead
Available in 11 unique shapes to match any interior style. Built strong enough to withstand everyday wear and tear.