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After co-founding the successful HUE hosiery company with Kathy Moskal, Sandy Chilewich experimented with different fibers until she stumbled upon woven vinyl, which serves as her signature textile to this day. Her Wave Mat (2016) features traditional Jacquard construction, using bi-color yarns in such a way that hues fade in and out, creating a subtle undulating pattern. It’s woven from Plynyl®: eco-friendly TerraStrand vinyl yarn bonded to latex cushion backing and treated with Microban to inhibit growth of bacteria, mold and mildew. Wave is Green Label Plus certified by the Carpet and Rug Institute to meet stringent VOC emissions requirements for indoor air quality. Suitable for use indoors and out. Can be vacuumed or mopped. Made in U.S.A.
According to Sandy Chilewich, one of her biggest motivators is to create “a new function from something familiar,” exactly what she did when she produced her award-winning Raybowl, introduced in 1997. The first design from her studio, Chilewich, it consisted of a simple wire steel frame covered in stretchy power mesh. Chilewich already knew a thing or two about stretchy fabric: ...
TerraStrand™ vinyl face; latex backing; Microban® treatment