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Product>Tantalizing textiles

Textiles can add glamour to a space or manage noise pollution. These stylish options are more than just your average fabrics. Coco Couture Carnegie A new addition to Carnegie's Xorel line, the first and only plant-based high-performance interior textile, the couture collection adds a bit of glitz and luxury to the world of hospitality finishes. Nomad Collection Fil Doux Textiles x Clodagh A beautiful collection of upholstery textiles and bed throws for hospitality environments created collaboration with textile designer Clodagh. Inspired by her travels to over 100 countries, the designs include digital prints and woven fabrics in 15 earth-inspired color-ways. The knit throws, seen above, are machine washable. Phaedra Collection Style Library Contract Inspired by an 18th Century English Toile that has been enlarged, Phaedra includes wall coverings, upholstery, and drapery textiles that feature rich velvets and luxurious mattes. Luxe Natural Robert Allen Contract These high-performance textiles are inspired by the maker movement, with patterns that allude to hammered metals, ceramics, and handmade fabrics made of wool, linen, and alpaca. Outline Collection Knoll Textiles A graphic line that explores line work and geometry, Outline includes three upholstery fabrics, three wallcovering products, and two healthcare fabrics that integrate mesh paneling for easy maintenance. Transference Collection Suzanne Tick for Luum Inspired by disruptions in our world, including the glitches we face with technology, Transference includes four new tactile fabrics, including "Disrupt," which is a distorted take on a classic houndstooth pattern.
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The biggest hits from NeoCon

This year's Neocon had a lot of standouts. There were big names with new design collaborations and some up-and-coming designers that really stood out. Here are a few of our favorites from The Mart in Chicago. Brooklyn-based Uhuru made the leap to contract furniture with their very first collection dubbed Essentials Workplace. The brand's dedication to craftsmanship and material sensibility is apparent in the new line that offers industrial-yet-modern pieces that can be incorporated into a variety of different office styles. Allsteel showed a lot of great options for the evolving workplace using fresh and bright textiles, including Parallel (shown above) which is designed with wide arm rests to allow for informal, relaxed meeting places. A manufacturer of innovative glass and resin architectural materials, Sensitile debuted Celeste, a fully customizable backlit canvas. Either LED panel lights, projection light, or daylight can be used to emphasize the the etched glass patterns that appear to be infinite.
    Tarkett debuted a collection of luxury vinyl tile collections from a group of very impressive designers including Suzanne Tick, 2X4, D.B. Kim, K&Co, and Sagmeister & Walsh. The products ranged from subtle-yet-beautiful ombre wood-look tiles to all out in-your-face florals that faded into colorful pixels. In a match made in heaven, Scholten & Baijins has designed a serenely beautiful collection of graphic gradient patterns for Skyline Design. Its subtle patterns, which can be arranged in multiple ways to allow more light or more privacy, are paired with a curated color palette that look great as a whole. One brand that really stood out in terms of innovation was DIRTT, which stands for "doing it right this time." Not only can they build practically anything designers and architects can dream up, they can do it in a very short amount of time. They have also pioneered new virtual reality technology that allows users to edit 3-D models in real time, as well as being able to physically walk inside these digital models. The Conexus lounge chair by HBF, designed by Michael Vanderbly, maintains the craftsmanship and style of luxury residential furniture alongside ultra-durable materials that would suit practically any hotel lobby, upscale retail store, or office reception area. In addition, they also debuted a striking collection of textiles designed by European designer Christian Müller. Other impressive textiles include Carnegie's Alunet, an open-neat weave that controls heat and glare with maximum transparency, and Reflectacoustic, an innovative design that controls sounds as well as delivering heat and glare reduction through yarn, weaving, and metalized backing technology.
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Product>aesthetically pleasing contract textiles

Age-old classics juxtapose modern technology for versatile interiors. Haberdasher Collection Herman Miller

Herman Miller’s Laura Guido-Clark, who designed the collection, was inspired by the classic fabrics and sewing tools one would find in a tailor’s workshop. The mix of prints and solids are available in a large assortment of colors and meant to commingle. 

Terra Collection Alcantara

With names like Pangea, Laurasia, and Ur, Alcantara’s second luxury collection is designed with the theory of supercontinents and the texture of earth’s different terrains in mind. The material is antibacterial and can be specified as fire-retardant and weatherproof.

Balance Collection Knoll Textiles

Balance is comprised of one wall covering, one drapery, and five upholstery fabrics that play off one another and harmonize. The collection is full of durable options, with four out of the five upholstery options achieving 100,000+ double rubs Wyzenbeek. The Wit fabric is bleach cleanable, and both Melody and Tinge are 21 phthalate-free vinyl, making them environmentally responsible to boot.

Configure Shaw

Building on the success of its existing hexagonal collection, Plane, Shaw added 14 new colors to the palette, as well as three new styles of shifting shapes that can be combined to create subtle tonal patterns or impactful entryways. All of the styles are 26-ounce, multi-level pattern, cut-loop construction made with EcoSolution Q nylon and EcoWorx backing.

Fast Track Sina Pearson Textiles

With sportswear trends taking over the fashion world, "athleisure" has made its way to interior design with Sina Pearson’s newest collection of textiles. Patterns like Marathon, Sprinter, and Mesh are made from high-performance upholstery fabric that feature Sunbrella contract yarn and PVC-free polyurethane.

Plaid Chilewich

One of two new weaves launching at Neocon, Plaid is available in wall-to-wall flooring, as well as wall textiles in six-foot roll widths. Designers can also opt for 18-inch-square tiles and 6- by 36-inch planks to create a more patterned look. The collection is offered in tan, multi, and gray colorways.

Dazzling Dialogues Moooi

Designer Noortje van Eekelen explores modern symbols in her Dazzling Dialogues design that uses warped emojis to create detailed patterns that serve as a reminder of how we communicate with one another in this tech-driven world. 

Floor Tiles Mosa The ideal in floor design is to achieve superb aesthetics in every project, while also ensuring design integrity and minimizing risk. Risk within the project, and risk to the designer’s reputation and bottom line, can be minimized with thoughtful floor design, combined with careful and diligent specification of tiled surfaces. Learn more about the top 5 factors to consider before specifying tile.