Designed to be complementary, the Kith and Kin upholstery fabrics boast undeniably residential sensibilities but translate equally well in such high-traffic scenarios as hospitality, healthcare and long-term living settings.
Defined by nuanced colours and biophilic-influences, each has a soft and subtle aesthetic that belies their high-performance capabilities – treated with a stain-resistant finish, the fabrics are cleanable with bleach and disinfectant.
Simple yet effective, Kith’s geometric dot pattern reads as a whole, providing a refined background that can be incorporated seamlessly into a wide range of palettes.
Playing up this geometric display, Kin pulls the dots together into expansive floral arrangements that spread across the surface, offering a more dynamic installation.
Both Kith and Kin are woven with chenille yarns made from up to 34 per cent post-consumer recycled polyester and are each available in 12 colourways.