New options in its cutting-edge Biobased Xorel line – made from rapidly renewable sugarcane – feature in the Full Spectrum collection, designed to mix and match in high-traffic environments where durability and ease of cleaning are important factors.
The Full Spectrum collection includes Nebula, a new pattern in the Biobased Xorel line
The new colours include 10 in a new subtle herringbone pattern named Ion and six in a pattern called Nebula, which features irregular lines and dashes reminiscent of gestural mark-making.
With a reduced carbon footprint compared to fossil fuel-derived products, the Biobased Xorel fabrics can be used for upholstery but also for panels and wallcoverings, and boast a recently improved hand feel created by new knitting methods.
Another addition is Precision, a range of colourful coated fabrics
The Full Spectrum collection also introduces Precision, a range of 29 solid hues that are finished with a silicone top layer for the highest level of scratch and tear resistance.
This fabric is approved for hospital-grade cleaners and is inherently antimicrobial, while also being low in VOCS and free of PVC plastic and toxic PFAS chemicals.
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