Valley Forge Fabrics Awarded
June 9, 2011,
From left to right: Ken Koneck, Valley Forge Fabrics; Michael Dobin, Valley Forge Fabrics; Diana Dobin, Valley Forge Fabrics; Deborah Lloyd Forrest, Forrest Perkins; and Michael Adams, Hospitality Design.
Living Fresh debuted two years ago, and the collection now includes linens, towels, pillow and duvets inserts, mattress pads, protectors and encasements. Tencil+Plus Lyocell products are verified by Tencel manufacturer Lenzing for both commercial performance and fiber origin.
At HD Expo, Valley Forge debuted Tencel+Plus Lyocell Eucalyptus in upholstery fabrics.
"We have successfully brought to market an award winning collection that is not only truly sustainable, but provides amazing health and wellbeing benefits as well," said Diana Dobin, Valley Forge's senior vp and chief sustainability officer.
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