Pallas Textiles Introduces the Loft Collection
Release Date: June 23, 2017
GREEN BAY, WI -- Pallas Textiles proudly introduces the Loft Collection. Industrial interior design reveals -- not conceals -- building materials, giving classic looks an edgy undertone. It combines time-honored yet contemporary pieces with a range of other aesthetics that are as much about function as style. The Loft Collection evokes this coherence of contradictions by giving chic vintage aesthetics an urban edge.
Developed in partnership with Pattern Pod, Loft creates environments that are chic yet functional. Loft can be used in virtually any market from contract and hospitality to residential -- a stylish collection that offers a new level of performance. Choose from a color palette with a distinctive urban vibe that will excite users and elicit memories of vintage aesthetics. Loft features five patterns:
- Coco -- Coco blends a variety of yarn textures to capture Chanel's classic suit fabric. Interestingly, Chanel fashioned her suits primarily for comfort, but became renowned for their sophisticated air. Coco plays up this same dichotomy that is also at the core of industrial design by giving rough urban spaces a chic flair. Coco is offered in a range of rich cosmopolitan color options.
- Frieze -- A functional solid, frieze fabric is a mid-century classic and vintage favorite. Our re-imagined Frieze captures the plush dimensionality of its signature counterpart and adds versatility with a bi-color effect, creating a contemporary palette of modern brights and classic neutrals.
- Bedford -- Traditional Bedford cord fabric is much like a blank canvas -- functional and rough around the edges. Inspired by its namesake, Bedford plays up the chunky cotton effect, dimensionality and striping, while injecting bright colors from mid-century pieces often incorporated into loft spaces.
- Sherlock -- A trademark of the legendary Sherlock Holmes, houndstooth fabric was first worn by shepherds in the 1800s and eventually made hic by high fashion and Hollywood in the 1950s. It remains popular to this day. Sherlock injects this utilitarian classic with a touch of glamour through structure, color and pattern.
- Tartan -- Tartan offers a fresh take on conventional plaids by breaking the crisscrossed bands of color with a monochromatic grid, resulting in a pixelated subtle plaid. This revamped, stylish textile is available in a range of sophisticated colors that exudes modern panache.