Maharam manufactures a wide variety of upholstery fabrics under strict environmental controls. The Company focuses on independent third-party verification to establish the sustainability credentials of its products, including the widely recognized Cradle to Cradle, Greenguard and Oeko-Tex certifications and LBC “Red List” Free designation.
Bretano is a large fabric house that produces a wide variety of upholstery, drapery and wallcovering products. Its Indoor/Outdoor and Performance lines are particularly durable and incorporate special cleaning features. Bretano’s “Eco-Fabrics” incorporate natural fibers and post-consumer recycled polyester.
Unika Vaev produces stylish, colorful textiles and acoustical solutions of all types that incorporate renewable, recyclable and biodegradable materials and utilize manufacturing processes that meet stringent sustainability standards.
Luna Textiles produces high performance textiles inspired by fashion, art and architecture that feature strong colors and bold patterns. Many of their fabrics are made from rapidly renewable fibers and/or incorporate post-consumer/post-industrial recycled polyester. They are Cradle to Cradle and Oeko-Tex Certified and meet the requirements for LEED points in sustainable materials.
Ultrafabrics manufactures high performance fabrics that offer a sustainable alternative to leather and other animal-based products. The Company’s leather substitutes provide comfort, durability and quality for upholstery and similar purposes.
Two Sisters EcoTextiles offers a wide range of fabrics for upholstery, drapery and bedding that focus on durability, cleanability and safety. The Company is committed to sustainability in the textile manufacturing process, and to the removal of toxic chemicals from its fabrics.
Roseroot is a high-performance textile company with a strong commitment to protecting the environment. Its digitally printed fabrics use non-toxic inks and minimize waste in the manufacturing process. The colorful, patterned textiles pair particularly well with contemporary and mid-century modern décor.
Luum’s commitment to sustainability underlies its entire manufacturing process as the company seeks to understand at the fiber level – how its fabrics will both perform in and impact the built environment. The result is beautiful upholstery fabrics, including biodegradable synthetic fabrics made from 100% post-consumer waste.
Carnegie Fabrics is a certified B Corp which focuses on material transparency and third-party certifications (Cradle to Cradle and Declare) in connection with its wide array of upholstery, wall covering and acoustic products. Carnegie Xorel is a popular bio-based textile made from sugar cane that is suitable for upholstery, wall coverings and window treatments.