Diverse patterns: High-performance textiles by Pollack

Pollack launched new high-performance fabrics that offer diverse patterns and brilliant colors. Pollack’s enhanced performance products have increased abrasion resistance and minimal use of finishes, thereby guaranteeing a “residential surface.” These textiles include: Reverb, which has irregular circles that seem to be in motion; and Very Berry, Carrot Soup and Grape Soda that have rich colors. Meanwhile, Petal Pusher and Fine and Dandy showcase playful floral patterns, while Record has a stylish sheen. Also available is Knot Tonight, with a Greek key design.

Pollack was founded in 1988 by Mark Pollack, Rick Sullivan and Susan Sullivan, all alumni of Jack Lenor Larsen. 

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