December 2, 2011

Pallas® Textiles introduces the Springtime in Paris upholstery collection. The collection—a collaboration between Janet Hild Design and Pallas Textiles—offers color, texture and pattern that are both whimsical yet elegant, combined with the peace of mind of high-performance attributes.

“Much like the iconic city that serves as its namesake, the Springtime in Paris collection is at once classic yet capricious,” said David White, vice president and general manager, Pallas Textiles.

Each pattern, woven from high-performance and sustainable materials, draws from the lush gardens, busy boulevards and historic architecture of Paris. Warm and welcoming, Springtime in Paris creates an ideal aesthetic for any environment.

Springtime in Paris was designed to balance the rigorous demands of the most challenging environments, featuring bleach clean-ability, stain- and soil-resistant finishes, and moisture resistance, with environmental responsibility through the abundant use of recycled materials.

The Springtime in Paris collection includes: 

Carousel: The landscape spins, flowers divide and converge as you whirl round and up and down on the carousel. Carousel is woven of bleach-cleanable nylon/polyester yarns (3:1 water:bleach solution) in a highly durable construction, and features Greenshield stain- and soil-resistant finish, suitable for any interior requiring high-performance upholstery. Carousel is available in 12 colors: Linen, Wheatfield, Fire, Wine, Grape, Kale, Blue Sky, Indigo, Pony, Truffle, Charcoal and Carbon. 

Tulips: Dramatic blooms and vivid colors are hallmarks of spring’s classic flower. Tulips’ abstracted organic pattern and contrasts of matte and high sheen create a pattern of depth and complexity. Crypton Green® certification makes Tulips a striking choice when sustainability (69% recycled polyester) and high performance are required (bleach cleanable using 10:1 water:bleach solution). Tulips is available in 13 colors: Mist, Sand, Rust, Pimento, Wine, Eggplant, Moss, Pine, Lake, Sapphire, Pumice, Caramel and Espresso. 

Boulevard: Inspired by the brickwork of Paris’ iconic walkways, Boulevard’s small-scale geometric pattern offers a refined, tailored aesthetic. Woven of bleach-cleanable nylon and polyester yarn (3:1 water:bleach solution) in a highly durable construction, Boulevard offers Greenshield stain- and soil-resistant finish. Boulevard is available in 12 colors: Almond, Hazelnut, Clay, Apple, Burgundy, Grape, Oregano, Bluegrass, Midnight, Carbon, Black Walnut and Asphalt. 

Le Fleur: Like the rows of a manicured Parisian garden, the abstracted, organic pattern of Le Fleur offers structure while evoking a fresh simplicity. A Crypton Green upholstery featuring 76% recycled polyester and offering 10:1 water:bleach resistance, Le Fleur is perfect for any high-performance application, and is available in 11 colors: Dogwood, Straw, Pumpkin, Lipstick, Burgundy, Berry, Clover, Chambray, Navy, Acorn and Steel. 

Promenade: Luxurious and elegant, Promenade is reminiscent of a leisurely stroll through the streets of Paris. The grasscloth-like texture and complex color read, combined with Crypton Green certification (73% recycled polyester) and 10:1 water:bleach resistance, make Promenade a significant stepping stone to a sustainable interior. Promenade is available in 13 colors: Ash, Cornsilk, Pumpkin, Brick, Berry, Pear, Sage, Pine, Aquamarine, Navy, Smokey Taupe, Walnut and Carbon.

About Pallas Textiles
For more than 20 years, Pallas Textiles has collaborated with some of the best-known textile designers to create an impressive portfolio of award-winning collections. Named for Pallas Athena, Greek Goddess of Weaving, Pallas Textiles offers sophisticated, elegant products that are smart, balancing high performance characteristics and environmental responsibilities. Collections include textiles for contract upholstery and panel systems, wall-coverings, textiles for healthcare environments and casements. Pallas Collections are designed to harmonize with the total interior environment and its furnishings. For more information, visit


Danielle Gerhart
Eric Mower and Associates
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