Geometric patterns: Honest Square collection by HBF Textiles

Designed by Christiane Muller, the collection is said to be inspired by the idea of how a “good space” can affect people.

HBF Textiles launched the Honest Square collection. Designed by Christiane Muller, the collection is said to be inspired by the idea of how a “good space” can affect people. Keeping that concept in mind, Muller created fabrics in a range of bold and primary colors. Each textile contains a geometric pattern of squares and is made from 48-percent polyester, 33-percent cotton, 14-percent wool and 5-percent nylon, and is finished with Teflon for easy cleaning. Honest Square is manufactured in 20-yard increments.

 

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