Luna Textiles introduces new collection to celebrate iconic textile trends
Luna Textiles has launched a new collection for 2023. Inspired by key moments in textile history, The Echo Collection uses sustainable materials, classic techniques, and iconic trends to evoke timeless textile design.
With a fresh perspective on structure and color, the Echo Collection comprises four new fabric patterns, including upholstery and panel options in coordinating palettes. Constructed using natural materials including wool, cotton and reclaimed ocean waste, the textiles are environmentally conscious and Indoor Advantage Gold certified.
Commenting on the launch of the Echo Collection, vice president of design at Luna Textiles, Dena Molnar said: “Pulling from moments throughout textile history, Luna’s Echo Collection nods to past techniques and styles, now woven into new contemporary designs. Each of these new textiles reflects a different period in time, but all share a common story of seminal weaving styles, that today, work well together.”
Forming part of the Echo Collection, Guild is a modern, yet earthen fabric, with a multi-colored geometric design. Using sustainable components including wool, post-consumer recycled polyester and cotton, which gives this fabric a warm and soft texture, Guild is durable with high abrasion resistance for use in both hospitality and corporate settings. Guild recalls block design weaving, from the Bauhaus Weaving Workshop; and references different female artists from the workshop.
Using recycled ocean waste, the Echo Collection’s Raya features vivid hues and a soft and modern boucle texture with a striae effect. Raya’s aesthetic references traditional hand weaving techniques made fresh with vibrant yarn pairings set against a bold warp stripe.
A luxury velvet with a boldly modern pleat, Wide Wale is a bleach cleanable and high performing, classical fabric with a modern twist. Wide Wale is dramatic velvet rib. It draws on the history of Corduroy, while made modern by the width of the “wale”, or rib.
Dash has an elegant and small-scale graphic and a playful, yet refined field of rotating dashes which create a classic Luna aesthetic, with a softened update. References 80s Memphis style graphics, but with an updated earthen palette.
To purchase or to find out more about the Echo Collection, visit the website.
About Luna Textiles:
Luna textiles was founded in San Francisco in 1994 by Anna Hernandez, striving to bring creativity and ingenuity to commercial interiors. The company’s timeless textiles are designed for the commercial, hospitality, healthcare, education, and residential markets. Applications of Luna Textiles include upholstery, panel, drapery, and wall coverings.
With a concern for the well-being of those who inhabit or interact with Luna’s products, the business selects intentional materials, with content that ranges from wool, cotton and rayon, to recycled polyester and nylon. Luna also has a range of finishes to accommodate special applications and increase performance.
Environmental sustainability is a priority for Luna, with many products using natural, recycled, or rapidly renewable fibers. Where possible, Luna 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.