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This tight grid weave upholstery is soil and stain repellant and perfect for high traffic applications. Common Ground is 100% nylon with a matte finish, and is widely approved on Knoll task seating.
Part of the KT Collection of affordable modern design, Hourglass is a classic foundation fabric with a dry wool-like hand. For upholstery and wrapped panel use.
A plump weave structure brings texture and depth to Mariner, a solid upholstery fabric well suited for task seating and other classic contract applications.
Woven of 100% polyester, Presto is a new basic crepe with a fresh color palette. Designed for upholstery and panel applications.
Part of the KT Collection of classic, moderately-priced performance fabrics, Sonnet was originally inspired by the archival pattern Cocoon (1977).
Part of the KT Collection, this textured fabric is extremely durable and comes in a long color line.
This indoor/outdoor upholstery fabric is mildew resistant, water repellant, and bleach cleanable. It's also Cradle-to-Cradle™ Silver certified by MBDC for reduced environmental impact and increased human safety.
Cameo is a modern update of the well-known archival fabric Prestini (1947). It has a saturated color palette and a soft, chenille hand. Upholstery use.
Part of the KT Collection of affordable modern design, this multi-colour bouclé upholstery is made in the USA and comes in 10 unique colours.
Journey is the KT Collection’s interpretation of a classic bouclé fabric. It comes in a wide range of 18 colors, including classic mid-tones and saturated brights like pink and yellow.
This classic solid upholstery fabric is certified by the international third party Oeko-Tex for human safety. Shedding is a natural characteristic of a wool felted product.
Part of the KT Collection of Affordable Modern Design, Prairie is a vinyl with a classic leather-like texture that comes in a range of 18 colors.
Brilliant color, sustainability, and high performance converge in Ricochet, a workhorse solid constructed of 80% recycled polyester. In addition to upholstery, Ricochet can be used for wrapped panels and wrapped acoustical panels.
Utmost is a velour made with 100% Trevira CS polyester, so it’s inherently FR, washable, and can be used as upholstery or drapery.
Part of the KT Collection of affordable modern design, Venue upholstery is created using a soft chenille yarn.
Westwood is a KT Collection polyurethane upholstery that has a soft, leather-like hand and comes stocked with a Nano-Tex ink and denim-dye resistant finish.
Circa is a plush solid with a palette that reflects fashions return to clean, saturated color. Designed for upholstery application.
The rich, nubby texture of Classic Bouclé is evocative of traditional hand woven upholstery textiles. Recently recoloured, Classic Bouclé is a timeless addition to any interior.
This subtle bouclé upholstery is made from 100% solution dyed olefin. It can be used both indoors and outdoors.
Designed to coordinate with Parasol, Sahara is a soft textured solid is stocked with Nano-Tex plus Durablock™. It comes in a range of fresh, saturated colors. It's also made from 64% post consumer recycled polyester.
Made of polyurethane, Vibe is a lightweight, tactile fabric with all the performance benefits of vinyl. Designed for upholstery application.
Weaver and printmaker Anni Albers orignally designed Eclat in 1974 as a printed upholstery. Reintroduced as Eclat Weave, the pattern is now a woven textile.
A classic KnollTextiles wool, Highland has a rich hand with bold pops of colour and sophisticated neutrals.
Whip upholstery pairs the softness and grain of fine leather with high durability and a saturated color palette.
Originally called Carnival when introduced in the 1980s, Atelier has been reinterpreted into a soft chenille fabric.
The soft, luxurious, handcrafted quality of Coco was based on the rich, nubby texture of classic suiting. Designed by Dorothy Cosonas for upholstery applications.
Originally designed in 1974, Cornaro is a textured solid that embodies classic Knoll. For upholstery use. Surface effect and texture are created from a wool blended with silk fibers.
An organic striped upholstery, Intrigue has a calming effect, created through a boucle wool yarn woven on top of a cotton ground.
A sophisticated all-over multicolor texture using space-dyed yarns, Rivington was inspired by the work of visionary textile designer Bernat Klein. Designed by Dorothy Cosonas for upholstery use.
This reversible plush is made from polyester bouclé and acrylic chenille yarns, cross-dyed to create a distinctive haze. Beautiful when upholstered, the subtle shift in color highlights the form.
Kingston is an updated version of Florence Knoll’s “Plain Linen” from 1953. It adds a new face to a classic canvas duck cloth, with a polyurethane and ceramic skim coating atop a cotton ground – the coating adds durability and sophistication to this beautiful solid.
Melange is a new upholstery fabric based on a panel fabric called Galaxy from 1984. It has a more heathered finish as compared to the original panel fabric, which has pronounced points of contrasting color.
Spencer is a rich epinglé that comes in a range of saturated colors.
Striae Stripe is based on Rugby, a 1955 fabric designed by a then well-known Swedish textile designer, Astride Sampe (1909-2002). The textile was featured in the famous Good Design show at the Museum of Modern Art.
Ultrasuede is the premier microfiber in the marketplace and is designed for wrapped panel, wallcovering and upholstery applications. Six new colors round out our offering of 97 total Ultrasuede skus.
This elegant upholstery fabric with a handcrafted aesthetic is reminiscent of our KnollTextiles classics. Two colours of a specially twisted wool yarn in a simple weave create a unique grid pattern.
Introduced in 1961, Cato has achieved iconic status among upholstery textiles. Primarily constructed of wool, the exaggerated texture of this pattern recalls the hand weaving tradition.
Dynamic, which was originally launched in 1971, returns to the line with a palette that is influenced by bright, saturated tones from the archive.
Designed in 1972, Knoll Velvet has been refreshed with new colours.