Woven Image’s vibrant new print textile performs well even in the most challenging environments.
17 April, 2014
Suitable for upholstery, Field embraces the trend for printed texture while setting itself apart through a bold selection of colour combinations and globally recognised treatments.
Protected by the permanent stain and soil repelling nano-molecules of Nanotex, liquids simply bead and roll off the surface of the textile. The Durablock backing supports the Nanotex by providing a liquid barrier, perfect for applications where frequent and repeated cleaning occurs. BioAM antimicrobial protects against odours and stains caused by microbes such as bacteria, fungi and algae. Field’s easy care makes it a great option for healthcare and hospitality environments where a high performance textile is required.
When it comes to design, Field features a graphic representation of a looped pile textile. The irregular hand drawn nature of the texture is given structure through the use of bright contrasting colours against a deep background that creates a vertical stripe. The colour combinations are reminiscent of rolling hills of lavender to fields of sweetcorn and blushing tulips.
Field is available in six colourways: burnt red and orange, a light neutral with mango and island blue highlights, cicada green, sapphire and blue topaz, rich scarlet, magenta and violet, and lastly a liquorice and chocolate combination.
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