Made from post-consumer PET bottles, our 100% recycled polyester FR yarn turns the problem of plastic waste into a solution. Bottles are collected locally before being separated by type and colour, processed and converted into flakes.<br><br>
This polymer is eventually extruded into yarn, which is then texturized, yarn dyed and embedded with permanent flame retardant properties. Meeting the highest performance specifications for the contract market, the resulting yarn is turned into remarkably soft and matte textiles in Vescom’s German weaving mill.
Our yarn bank may offer maximum diversity, but it’s also harmonious. Sometimes the same colour of yarn is used across multiple fabrics, whose different structures give them a unique – yet compatible – appearance. In other cases, different shades of yarns appear in different fabrics, yet because they belong to one family, they work together as one. That means the 59 fabric colours across Wilson, Avon, Norfolk and Harding can be playfully mixed and matched in interiors and on furniture.