Cubicle fabrics. (Product Spotlight).
The three patterns are: Box Garden, a small-scale geometric pattern with contrasting colors; Water's Edge, a large-scale simplification of Box Garden featuring adjacent blocks of calming pale colors; and Horizon Line, a simple, yet powerful, design woven with one color on the left and a second color on the right. This last pattern, when railroaded around the bed (i.e., run sideways), creates a horizon line 30" from the fabric's edge, giving the resident a sense of looking out and a feeling of openness. All three patterns are designed for bedspreads, window drapery, shower curtains, and panel/upholstered wall applications. All fabrics are 72" wide.
Also available from Knoll-Textiles are Forza--a strong new vinyl fabric that doesn't look like vinyl, with an advanced stain-, oil-, and mildew-resistant finish called Advanced BeautyGard--and Digit, a woven upholstery fabric with playful graphics and brightly contrasting colors. Digit is offered with or without Crypton[TM] and in nine colorways. It is made of 90% polyester and 10% rayon.
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|Title Annotation:||KnollTextiles' Fall collection focuses on healthcare with introduction of three multiuse cubicle fabrics|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Feb 1, 2003|
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