Powerful expressions of performance and design sensibilities, the new materials are designed to make an impression when people interact with a space or product. This materials introduction is nature-inspired and features hues, textures, and organic elements that can be found in the natural world — true to the OFS ethos.
These materials proliferate the design of new and existing products and offer a foundation for a curated product portfolio that provides customers with choices to find their own design path. “Inspired by nature’s unique elements, this materials introduction breathes fresh life into our new and existing product lines,” said Andrea Ecret, Surface Material Manager at OFS. “With dozens of updated colors and textures, our customers will have the opportunity to create a deeply customized piece of furniture that looks great, feels amazing, and performs to our highest expectations.”
This latest materials launch includes:
- 34 new stones
- 11 new textiles
- 6 new laminates
- 4 new powders
- 2 new paints
As always at OFS, sustainability was a key piece of the puzzle when crafting these new materials. Roam and Allure, two of the new textile patterns, incorporate 31 and 22 bottles of recycled plastic per yard of fabric respectively, proving that sustainability and aesthetics go hand-in-hand. Both textile patterns are named after natural elements, including America’s national parks and the inherent beauty found in nature.
For additional design inspiration, check out this article from OFS Director of Interiors Nicole Giesler, and follow #MaterialsMonday on Instagram.
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