Brentanos New Collection Includes Radiant, Resilient Textiles

The Brentano design studio demonstrates the lines philosophy of beauty + performance with the introduction of three new products - Iliad, Mesa and Graviata. Joining the spring 2017 Ceramic collection, the radiant and resilient textiles present a variety of pattern and design to the residential, hospitality and contract markets. A contemporary stripe that highlights an inspiring combination of color, Iliad lends the Ceramic collection its sophisticated styling. Designed for durability, with an Incase finish and acrylic backing, Iliad boasts an abrasion resistance of over 75,000 double rubs (Wyzenbeek, Cotton Duck). Equally as impressive, Mesa's hand-woven look and intriguing texture creates a distinctive design in a blend of thick linen and viscose chenille yarns. The collection also includes Graviata, a 54" jacquard velvet with a geometric motif and intricate (2-1/4" vertical and 3/4" horizontal) repeat. With its densely woven cotton pile, Graviata offers a water repellant finish and passes 50,000 double rubs (Wyzenbeek, Cotton Duck). About Brentano: The Brentano Design studio, led by Iris Wang, celebrated 25 years in 2015. The textile house has grown from a modest eight patterns in 1990 into an international source for polyurethane faux leather, outdoor, Crypton, Nano-Tex and GreenShield-finished, eco-friendly and fire retardant products. The carefully curated line reflects Iris lifelong study of fine art, nature and Asian philosophy in beautiful, high-performing solutions for the contract, hospitality, healthcare and residential markets. Please visit for more information.


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