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HBF Textiles Uses Geometry for Its Honest Square Collection

For HBF Textiles’ Honest Square collection, designer Christiane Muller was inspired by the idea of how a “good space” can affect people.


Keeping that concept in mind, she created fabrics in a range of bold, primary colors with a sumptuous texture that’s not only warm and inviting, but also conveys a touch of quality that invokes exclusivity.


Each textile contains a geometric pattern of squares and is made from 48 percent polyester, 33 percent cotton, 14 percent wool, and 5 percent nylon, and is finished with Teflon for easy cleaning.


Honest Square is manufactured in 20-yard increments, and can add a pop of color to guest rooms, restaurants, and more.


See for more examples of its Honest Square collection.

Posted July 30th, 2016 by staffwriternj

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