Interface Goes Retro for Its Sustainable World Woven Collection

Beautifully woven textiles have a long and storied history when it comes to interior design, and Interface has chosen to focus on this legacy for its new World Woven collection, seeking inspiration from as far away as Japan and Australia.

Interface_World Woven_Collins Cottage_color Hound Charcoal-FLOR by Interface

Developed by David Oakey of David Oakey Designs, Interface’s largest global collection includes complementary patterns inspired by the artistry of hand-woven textiles like tweed, and includes six Skinny Planks and three FLOR by Interface square styles, each with eight color options to choose from.

Interface_World Woven_WW860_color Linen Tweed

And in keeping with Interface’s commitment to producing sustainable textiles, the collection is made using 100 percent recycled nylon backed with GlasBac®RE backing, and incorporates up to 81 percent total recycled content. In fact, Interface sources 96 percent of its energy from renewable sources.

Interface_World Woven_WW830_coor Linen Tweed-with FLOR by Interface_Scottish Sett_color Plaid Linen

See www.interface.com for more information.

Posted July 29, 2016 by staffwriternj

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