Sept. 1, 2007

KnollTextiles celebrates its 60th anniversary with the Archival Collection-a collection of upholstery, drapery, wall covering and Imago products based on the company's rich historic past. In order to create the Archival Collection, creative director Dorothy Cosonas did extensive research in the company's archives to find fabrics that were timeless and could be interpreted for today's market. One of the upholstery patterns in the group, Fibra (featured), comes in five colors and is composed of 71 percent cotton and 29 percent polyester and has a Nano-TexTM finish.


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