A First Look At Chilewich’s Colorful Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

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                                <a href="https://www.chilewich.com/"  rel="noopener external noreferrer" data-wpel-link="external">Chilewich</a> released their Spring/Summer 2018 line-up of textiles and it’s getting us excited for the warmer season ahead. The New York City-based company, whom we’ve featured <a href="https://design-milk.com/tag/Chilewich/" data-wpel-link="internal">many times</a> for their innovative textile creations for the modern tabletop and floors, is launching new yarns, weaves and tufted textures in shades inspired by colors from a budding garden or shades of seasonal fruits. Take a look…
Mini Basketweave is inspired by the colors from a flower garden, the epitome of spring. Float is named for the different color of yarns that seem to “float” between the weaves. Selvedge is a subtle, neutral weave marked by thin grid lines. Market Fringe is a mat created with yarns made from scratch by twisting strands of tonal colors together at a small weaving mill in Los Angeles and then finished in a factory in Georgia. Glow is a printed textile design with a soft gradation
seems to “glow” off the table. Honeycomb has an intricate woven texture with strands appearing and disappearing throughout the weave. Heather Shag is a mat perfect for the outdoors with its light and bright colors. Basketweave uses 6 different colors to create a textile that resembles denim. Mosaic uses a distinct Jacquard pattern and bi-color yarns to create the mosaic pattern. Last but not least, Color Tempo is a color-blocking pattern of warm peach shades. PS: Catch our podcast episode on Clever with Sandy Chilewich here and a Deconstruction breakdown of the Grid pattern here.
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