offer diverse patterns and brilliant colors. Functionality is of utmost importance to Pollack, most especially with their contract textiles, which need to withstand bleach cleaning and heavy use. Pollack's enhanced performance products feature increased abrasion resistance and minimal use of finishes, which "guarantees an appealing, residential surface."
Bleach-Cleanable Textiles in Beautiful Patterns and Bold Colors
The company's high-performance options include elegant and daring patterns in an array of classic neutrals and bold brights. Texture is another detail in Pollack's contract fabrics. Reverb, for example, has an explosive quality with its irregular circles that seem to be in motion. Rich colors like Very Berry, Carrot Soup, and Grape Soda offer a dose of drama. Petal Pusher and Fine and Dandy showcase playful floral patterns, while Record offers stylish sheen. A contemporary pattern suiting traditional and modern spaces, Knot Tonight has a Greek key design. Its jewel-toned colors make the fabric rich and luxurious. Hard-wearing never looked so good.
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About the manufacturer: Pollack was founded in 1988 by Mark Pollack, Rick Sullivan, and Susan Sullivan, all alumni of Jack Lenor Larsen. Under Mark Pollack's design direction, the company established a reputation for signature woven fabrics with sophisticated aesthetics, intricate constructions, nuanced color palettes, and elegance.