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Pallas Provence bursts with energy & color
03
Nov '10
Pallas Textiles introduces its latest cubicle curtain solution, the Provence Collection. Inspired by the Provence Region in the South of France known for its vivacious colors found in nature, the Collection captures the energy and color of the region to coordinate with the brighter and more saturated colors of contemporary healthcare design.

“The Provence Collection literally bursts with energy and color,” said David White, vice president and general manager, Pallas Textiles. “Each pattern includes clean, sophisticated neutrals as well as punches of rich, dramatic colors such as chocolate browns, deep terra cottas, vintage purples and grassy greens.”

Provence includes 26 SKUs. Patterns include:

Perennial. Reminiscent of the lush flowery fields of southern France, this pattern evokes the carefree side of Provence. Perennial's palette plays upon the vivid color found in the natural landscapes and the intricate line work of petals and stems. A soft striae gives each colorway depth. Colors include: Linen, Sesame, Driftwood, Honey Wheat, Sienna, Citrine, Seafoam, Blue Bell and Viola.

Woodland. Woodland is a sophisticated interpretation of the Provence landscapes. The pattern's soft waves and textural details are reminiscent of the mystery and romance often associated with the region. The delicate shades in the ground striae mimic linen, giving it an organic look. Its refined yet dramatic color palette conveys a soothing experience. Colors include: Cobblestone, Maize, Wood Acre, Amber, Rain Tree, Palm, Bayleaf, Juniper and Niagara.

Pod. The subtle bouclé texture found within Pod mirrors the painted stonework and intricate detailing common in Provence architecture. The pattern's playful shapes highlight the vibrant multi-faceted sensory experience one has when walking through the market in a small French provincial town. The color palette is drawn from the soft yet brilliant hues found in the region's architecture. Colors include: Sandstone, Butternut, Burlap, Celedon, Fernwood, Waterlily, Brookside and Hazy Lilac.

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.

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