From soothing patterns to bold plaids, the Restore Fabric Collection for privacy curtains offers the right aesthetic at an excellent value. Standard Textile’s Restore Privacy Curtain Fabric Collection offers healthcare facilities a selection of elevated, transitional fabrics that are still approachable.
These fabrics are manufactured with 100% Polyester with some recycled content. Also, the Restore Collection fabrics are compatible with all privacy curtain systems, including On The Right Track®, Perfect Panel®, and traditional privacy and cubicle curtain options.
This pattern has it all! The texturized background highlights a geometric gradient that subtly fades away in this architectural inspired design. Contains recycled content. Available in 6 colors.
Discovery’s soft distressed background and full visual of textured yarns creates an updated, soft plaid-like look. Available in 7 colors.
Enso is inspired by a traditional Japanese brushstroke to express a moment when the mind is free to let the body create. A soft pattern that is sophisticated and healing. Available in 5 colors.
A modern architectural inspired and reimagined plaid that gets a pop of contrasting color band in a large scale. Contains recycled content. Available in 5 colors.
Hand drawn hatch marks create an organic, soft rising gradient pattern that is both playful and sophisticated. Soft, healing colorways. Contains recycled content. Available in 6 colors.
Also be sure to check out the Intrepid Collection, a designer-centric privacy curtain fabric collection.
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