High performance: Appian Textiles’ Perennial Collection

Appian Textiles launched the Perennial Collection, including textured solids in both neutrals and bold colors. The Perennial Collection is comprised of four 100 percent polyester contract grade patterns that are stain and microbial resistant, as well as easy to clean.

The patterns include Charlotte, Hayley, Meadow and Sophie. All four patterns are flexible in their application to include both upholstery and drapery capabilities. Charlotte is a fabric that utilizes bright yarns to produce a tone-on-tone effect. Hayley incorporates a heavily slubbed yarn to create a natural linen look. Meadow is comprised of a low pile chenille yarn that combines a velvet hand with a textured surface. Sophie also utilizes a slug yarn that gives the fabric a homespun look that is highlighted by rich colors.

Appian Textiles is a provider of fabrics and faux leathers to the hospitality industry. Named for the Appian Way, the ancient road that served as an avenue for creativity in the Roman Empire, its product offerings include faux leather (both PVC and polyurethanes), indoor upholstery and drapery fabrics and outdoor upholstery.

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