Luna Textiles introduces brand new collection inspired by Mexican architecture

Leading textile designer Luna Textiles has launched The Return Collection for summer 2024. Comprising three sustainable fabrics, crafted using natural and recycled materials, the collection draws inspiration from Mexican architecture.

Embracing bold graphics, vivid coloration and textured surfaces,¬†Corner Curve, Flora and Terrene¬†evoke a ‚Äėsoft modernism‚Äô to¬†enrich commercial and hospitality interiors.

Commenting on the launch of the collection, VP of design¬†Dena Molnar¬†said: ‚ÄúInspired by the work of architect, Luis Barrag√°n, the vibrant hues and interplay of dimensional geometries, make The Return Collection perfect for a range of commercial settings. Sustainability and modern craft are artfully blended within the collection, without compromising performance and durability.‚ÄĚ

Carefully constructed using natural and recycled materials, including linen, wool, cotton and polyester, The Return Collection is free from added finishes and signals Luna’s deep commitment to the environment.

The lead fabric in the collection is a large scale dimensional geometric pattern, Corner Curve, in five colorways is made using a blend of natural and recycled materials to create energetic patterns with textural depth.

True to its name, Flora’s three-color structure recalls the flecks of color seen in a flower field. Flora’s chunky boucle yarns, paired with duotone accents, create dimension and bridge a range of palettes, allowing for seamless coordination within any space.

Terrene is a contemporary and refined chenille piece-dye. Its appeal rests in having an ultra-soft hand and nature inspired palette. Balancing natural linen fiber with performance forward components, Terrene embraces a natural aesthetic and is engineered for high traffic use.

To find out more about the Return Collection, visit the website.

About Luna Textiles:

Founded in San Francisco in 1994, Luna Textiles creates inspirational fabrics for the built environment. Committed to excellence, the business designs with a purpose, and focuses its expertise on bringing unique textiles to life.

Beginning from a passionate spark for design, Luna strives to bring new style to commercial interiors. Its textiles are designed for the commercial, hospitality, healthcare, education, and residential markets. Offering a complete range of textiles for uses in upholstery, panel, drapery, and wall covering applications, Luna is concerned for the well-being of those who inhabit or interact with its products, selecting intentional materials with content that ranges from wool, cotton and rayon to recycled polyester and nylon.

Environmental sustainability is a priority for Luna and products are made from natural, recycled, or rapidly renewable fibers. These textiles are designed to be as clean and as environmentally friendly as possible. When applicable, the business works with mill partners to ensure continuous efforts are being made towards sustainable production practices.

Luna Textiles is a part of the Camira Group family of brands.

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