Sustainable performance: Texture-driven fabrics from Breathe by Milliken

The Specialty Interiors business of Milliken & Company launched the new texture-driven Breathe by Milliken home fabrics, including cotton-linen blends and chenilles.
The Specialty Interiors business of Milliken & Company launched the new texture-driven Breathe by Milliken home fabrics, including cotton-linen blends and chenilles. Photo credit: Breathe by Milliken

The Specialty Interiors business of Milliken & Company launched the new texture-driven Breathe by Milliken home fabrics, including cotton-linen blends and chenilles. Plant-based water-repellent Breathe fabrics are durable, repels everyday stains and cleans easily without PFCs, fire retardants or other such chemicals. Breathe by Milliken fabrics also earned Greenguard Gold certification.

The Breathe collection now has fabrics with varying degrees of texture and a range of plain to subtle patterns. Milliken’s natural fiber fabrics use yarn size, slub yarns and a combination of fibers to achieve texture, while the new recycled polyester designs make use of tone on tone patterns, tweeds and chenille. The cotton-linen blend fabrics were added to offer more elegant performance fabric options.

All Breathe by Milliken fabrics are designed and curated to evoke nature and comfort in a neutral and timeless pallet with spa accent tones to support this overall feel.

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