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chilewich | Stripe, Metal Tints, Gold

Objects CHILEWICH CONTRACT 2014 - CUSTOM FLOOR MATS IN BLACK-GOLD BASKETWEAVE

Stripe

CHILEWICH CONTRACT 2014 - WALL TO WALL FLOORING, TILE FLOORING AND UPHOLSTERY TEXTILES IN GEMSTONE STRIPEWEAVING WITH METAL IN MIND.

“I was inspired to position metallics in a new light this season. Each individual yarn is specified by us and extruded specifically for each of the three Stripe colorations.” – Sandy Chilewich

CHILEWICH CONTRACT 2014 - WALL TEXTILE IN GEMSTONE STRIPEStripe displays a carefully planned sequence of colors that appears to look like a random stripe. However, the rotation is very deliberate and the overall effect, while appearing tonal, is in fact created with nine individual colors.

CHILEWICH CONTRACT 2014 - WALL TEXTILE IN SILVER GREY, GEMSTONE AND EARTH STRIPE - 1Stripe is available in three colors – Silver Grey, Gemstone, and Earth – in wall-to-wall flooring, tile flooring, custom floor mats and wall textiles.

Metal Tints

“Metal Tints is a very balanced collection. It represents a family of four colorations, which share a blackened steel background with only a hint of color embedded in each. The outcome is very subtle – dark and mysterious.” – Sandy Chilewich

CHILEWICH CONTRACT 2014 - WALL TO WALL IN GALVANIZED STEEL BASKETWEAVEBASKETWEAVE

Basketweave is made with Chilewich’s unique bi-color yarns, which are extruded specifically for each of our designs. These yarns are the foundation for how we express color. Each individual strand can be composed of two contrasting colors. Experimenting with the proportions of light and dark within a weaving construction is a deliberate and exacting process. The outcome is never a one note color but more a complex tone or shade.

CHILEWICH CONTRACT 2014 - GALVANIZED STEEL BASKETWEAVEBasketweave is available in four new colors – Sienna, Mineral Blue, Galvanized Steel and Brushed Copper – in wall-to-wall flooring, tile flooring, custom floor mats and wall textiles.

Gold

Lifting gold out of its comfort zone.

CHILWICH CONTRACT 2014 - WALL TEXTILES IN GILT BOUCLEBLACK/GOLD BASKETWEAVE AND GILT BOUCLÉ

“I wanted to lift gold out of its comfort zone and create gold tones, which are more compatible for a wider and less formal range of interiors. Using our unique bi-color yarns of gold and black I explored the juxtaposition of only these two colors in order to dim the light of what one would expect from a precious metal.” – Sandy Chilewich

CHILEWICH CONTRACT 2014 - CUSTOM FLOOR MATS IN BLACK-GOLD BASKETWEAVEBlack/Gold Basketweave and Gilt Bouclé are available in wall-to-wall flooring, tile flooring, custom floor mats and wall textiles.

TerraStrand™

TerraStrand, the proprietary name of our yarn, is 100% phthalate-free. TerraStrand contains 25% renewable vegetable content. TerraStrand will be used in over 90% of our woven products by 2015. Every 100 yard roll of TerraStrand fabric saves 4.5 gallons of petroleum and avoids releasing 86.5 pounds of greenhouse gases into our atmosphere.

CHILEWICH CONTRACT 2014 - BICOLOR YARNS - 2Chilewich is making a significant environmental development by replacing the petroleum-based plasticizers in our yarns with phthalate-free, renewable vegetable compounds. Plasticizers have traditionally been made from petroleum-based compounds that are used to make PVC yarns soft. No more. We call these innovative new yarns and the fabrics made from them TerraStrand.

CHILEWICH CONTRACT 2014 - BICOLOR YARNS - 1

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