Made from interwoven strands of yarn or thread, textiles are soft and flexible finished products used in a variety of applications including window coverings, privacy curtains, blankets, decorative panels, and upholstery. Sources for the yarn include animal (wool and silk);plant (cotton, hemp, and rayon);mineral (glass and metal fiber);and synthetic (polyester, acrylic, and nylon).
Panel fabric is intended for panel systems, furniture, space dividers, and wrapped wall systems. Primarily used for contract applications, panel fabric is often durable - stain-resistant, antimicrobial, and bleach-cleanable. Available in solids, weaves, and patterns, panel fabric can add a touch of style and color to contract spaces.
Upholstery fabrics are intended for furniture, so they are often hard-wearing. Available in diverse materials - wool, nylon, cotton, polyester, acrylic - upholstery fabrics also feature beneficial properties: stain-resistant, PVC-free, antimicrobial, lightfast, and GreenGuard certified. From velvet to mohair, chenille to brocade, upholstery fabric is varied.
Drapery textiles dress windows in all sorts of colors and patterns. Sumptuous silk, ravishing velvet, charming cotton, and recycled rayon - drapery is available in a diverse range of materials. Draperies also offer inspiring bursts of color and dynamic dashes of pattern, from stripes and dots to mod geometrics and feminine florals. Today's drapery is also technologically advanced, with weather-resistant and anti-microbial options.