The latest addition to the Chilewich Contract range of woven textiles is both a design solution and a design statement. Savile debuted at the 51st edition of NeoCon, June 10–12, at The Mart in Chicago. Made in the U.S. with bi-color yarns that create dimensional hues, Savile is durable, versatile, and easy to maintain, making it ideal for a broad range of applications and environments.
Named for the London street synonymous with bespoke tailoring, Savile is refined yet lively. The rich texture evokes fine fabrics, while the various colors woven in the warp and weft suggest dynamic stitches. Savile launches in five versatile colorways: Cashmere, Charcoal, Dark Blue, Parade, and Walnut. Savile is available in flooring (square or plank tiles, rolls for wall-to-wall use, and rugs), wall textiles, and window coverings.
It is made with TerraStrand: extruded yarns composed of a fiberglass core encased in phthalate-free vinyl and containing a minimum of 18% renewable vegetable content. Strengthened by Microban, it resists stain- and odor-causing microbial growth.
Chilewich will showcase Savile at its NeoCon booth (7-7030) in the seventh-floor exhibit hall.
For more information, visit www.chilewich.com.