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    New upholstery textile is sustainable, luxurious, vibrant and looks like wool

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    The Maharam Design Studio has introduced a new range of upholstery textiles combining sustainable manufacturing with luxurious design and vibrant colours for dramatic commercial and residential interiors.

    Mode from the Maharam Design Studio is a high-performance, vibrantly coloured textile offering the look and feel of wool. Heavier-denier yarns have been used to create a substantial hopsack weave in lush two-tone colourations. A cross-dye method renders two variously luminous and contrasting colours with both heathered and solid effects. 

    Mode offers an expansive palette of forty-three colourways covering a spectrum of lighter tints and deep brights that meet functional objectives while being fashion-forward. Despite the comfortable, wool-like texture of the Mode collection, the textile is constructed to provide stretch and ease of application. Exceeding 100,000 double rubs, Mode is suitable for upholstery as well as systems and upholstered wall applications. 

    The Mode textile collection is also aligned with Maharam’s commitment to continually reduce the environmental impact of its products. Mode is constructed of 80% post-consumer recycled polyester, consisting of fibres manufactured from waste that’s been used by the consumer, disposed of, and diverted from landfills.

    Mode is additionally Greenguard and Greenguard Gold Certified. 

    Image: The Maharam Mode textile collection features vibrant colours

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