Heeding the call for a high-performance upholstery textile that met exacting environmental standards, Woven Image developed the Contour collection.
August 1st, 2013
On-trend with colour offering and texture, the Contour collection delivers a commercial textile with a unique handle and stretch.
Out-performing the existing standards set for heavy-duty commercial textiles, Contour draws its name from the ability to mold and stretch.
The textile works effortlessly with complex, upholstered curves thanks to a composition of 98% Echo™Wool and 2% Lycra.
Awarded a Gold standard Green Tag Certification, the environmental promise from Woven Image is complete, as each dye batch can be tracked right back to the farm gate along with the processes involved in producing the textile.
The peace of mind that comes in specifying a textile that not only exceeds performance demands but surpasses eco requirements, is invaluable.
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