For designers seeking upholstery fabrics that combine a mid-century aesthetic with a textured composition and hand, The Textured Collection offers a sophisticated assortment of choices with both visual interest and durability. All fabrics pass CAL117-75 & NFPA260.
The Standard Textile fabric design team considered the performance and visual requirements of a wide array of designs. The Textured Collection offers versatile colorways for upholstered furniture needs across industries, including healthcare, hospitality, retail, education, and office environments.
Cambridge is a sophisticated, multipurpose chenille, that has a slight stria and subtle sparkle that adds to its brilliance. In addition to furniture upholstery, Cambridge is great for top of bed applications. Available in 18 colors.
Manchester’s high texture and faint striped effect will bring in both visual interest and transition of colors. Made with recycled poly. Available in 16 colors.
Melbourne gives the look of structured solid with a wrapped yarn for color interest and heavy organic slub. Made with recycled poly. Available in 16 colors.
An homage to mid-century modern, this heathered solid has a flat woolen hand that would look great on any piece. Made with recycled poly. Available in 16 colors.
Thompson is an exemplar of velvet with a slub texture perfect for all types of upholstery applications. Thompson comes in 25 colors.
CMG’s July Color Alert®: Despertar
July 27, 2022
Despertar is an intense, vibrant, and highly saturated orange that is a new take on power, promise, and positivity. Check out how our interior customers are bringing energy with Orange!
Think Differently: Therapeutic Linens and the Acute Care Patient Experience During COVID-19 and Beyond
July 24, 2022
As the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel (NPIAP) stated in their recent Position Paper, “The COVID-19 crisis has dramatically changed significant aspects of pressure injury prevention in acute care hospitals.” Learn more about this and how the pandemic has exposed vulnerabilities in U.S. health care supply chains.