Standard Textile’s Intrepid Privacy Curtain Fabric Collection features four designer-focused patterns with a soft hand. Each pattern available in several highly saturated, fresh colorways. The Intrepid Collection offers designers for healthcare fabrics that create comfortable, warm environments for patients and medical staff.
These patterns are inspired by the 1920’s Art Deco architecture movement, as well as the desire to travel and explore destinations of that time period. The 4 corners of the United States: north, south, east and west gave inspiration to each of the 4 distinct patterns that create a cohesive collection.
Manufactured with Trevira CS inherently flame retardant (FR) yarns, these cubical curtain fabrics require no additional topical FR treatment. Adler, Avalon, and Tides also feature sound absorption to reduce noise pollution through the unique fabric weaving process.
Multi-color stripe that gives definition to the playful geometric pattern. This transitional piece gives depth and excitement and a great compliment to the space. Available in 5 colors.
This multi-colored fresco texture creates a modern plaid in an artistic representation. This is the perfect non patterned, pattern! Available in 5 colors.
A great multi-color stria softened by the warp and subtle high low texture. Available in 4 colors.
A true homage to art deco, Tides’ playful scalloped panel design brings a modern twist to this architectural inspired design. Soft but impactful—a true eyecatcher. Available in 4 colors.
Also check out the Restore Collection, an elevated, yet approachable privacy curtain fabric collection.
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