Wolf-Gordon introduces indoor-outdoor upholstery textiles

New York -- Wolf-Gordon, a design company specializing in wall covering, upholstery, drapery and paint, will unveil a new line of high-performance, environmentally conscious upholstery textiles this month.
The indoor-outdoor textiles include four additions to the company's Metropolitan Collection: Rush Hour, High Rise, Wander and Boutique. These textiles are the first fabrics to win the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Earth Minded Award.
"We've designed a short range of classics, from solid and small-scale textures, to larger scale geometrics, that not only enhance our Metropolitan offering, but respond exactly to what hospitality and healthcare designers need now," said Marybeth Shaw, chief creative officer.
Rush Hour is a complex, solid-colored weave offered in 16 colorways; High Rise is a stripe with plaid intentions that contributes pattern interest in 12 colorways; Wander, inspired by the Medieval urban elements found throughout European, comes in 12 colorways; and Boutique, a woven interpretation of a reptile skin, is available in 12 different shades.
All four textiles are 100% recyclable and Cradle to Cradle Certified. They are finished with GreenShield technology. And woven in Bella-Dura construction, a proprietary olefin blend, these upholstery textiles are ideal for the most demanding commercial settings. Each item is solution-dyed, bleach cleanable, and packed with silver ion technology for antimicrobial protection.

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