2014 sees Bolon adding fresh colours and invigorating new designs to its existing collections.
31 July, 2014
Top image: Artisan
Five new colours – Ivory, Motley, Petroleum, Fuchsia and Malachite – have been added to the Artisan collection, bringing the number of colours to eight in total.
Artisan is designed for larger areas and is an ideal solution for offices, hotels and a variety of interiors. It has a profiled yarn, a thread with a textured surface that can be used for jacquard weave, and a warm, textile-like feeling. In addition, the mixed weft thread offers high levels of dirt and wear resistance.
Streaks of metallic shimmer in the weave imbue the Now collection with a sense of lavishness. It comes in a total of six colours, with the three new colours Carnation, Tangerine and Cerulean all available as a roll product.
Five new products have been introduced to the Graphic collection – two roll products, Gradient and Checked, and three new tile products, Texture Black, Texture Grey and Texture Beige.
Graphic is inspired by modern architecture and glass and steel structures, and is designed for high-traffic environments such as offices and retail stores. Featuring an elliptical yarn, Graphic’s flatter, more even weave makes it Bolon’s tightest and smoothest collection yet.
The Ethnic collection comes in two new sheet products Gabna and Saivo. Ethnic harnesses the feeling of natural light and beauty, creating striking patterns reminiscent of earth, stone and rock with a futuristic metallic shimmer that’s suggestive of cold Nordic light.
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