Its unique weft (a blend of wool and silk noil) and heathered-wool warp give Buzz a saturated colour, which is dotted with subtle flecking for visual interest. The wool portion is made from 37 per cent upcycled pre-and post-consumer knitwear waste. It’s part of Knoll’s Clever collection, which is offered in 12 hues.
A heathered plain weave, Beck is one option in Maharam’s first-ever solid wool collection. Sourced from top wool-makers in historic textile regions around the world (with some incorporating recycled clothing), the 10 fabrics showcase the nuances of the natural material while boasting durability and an extensive 350-custom-colour palette.
With its ultra-soft touch, the Alto series by Brooklyn-based Fil Doux Textiles, brings residential comfort to the hospitality and cruise sectors. A modern take on 1970s latch-hook rugs, the fabrics mimic the look of handwoven knots; a dozen nature-inspired hues are included in the palette. Alto is made in a solar-and wind-powered facility that re-uses dye waters and repurposes leftover fabric.
Alternating lines of chenille and denier yarns give HBF Textiles’ Zippy a lustrous finish and a pebbled look. Ideal for upholstery and wrapped panel applications, the textile (made with 21 per cent post-consumer recycled polyester) is one of six in the new Everyday Textures series and is available in eight colourways.
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Vivid tones and subtle patterns define these versatile new releases by Knoll, Maharam, Fil Doux and HBF.