May 31, 2016

Transforming Spaces with the Papillon Collection

Similar to a caterpillar’s downy fuzz, chenille yarn is intrinsically tactile and soft to the touch. It’s also a distinct mark of the Papillon Collection from Pallas Textiles, which transforms this classic yarn into sophisticated textiles that provide an engaging foundation for any space.

Each pattern, named for a French butterfly, offers a fresh perspective on near-solids and small-scale patterns with subtle nuances in dimension and texture. The three patterns that comprise Papillon offer a sophisticated palette that transforms spaces by catching the eye and captivating the senses. Adele, Athalie and Carmin are a kaleidoscope of cool-influenced hues that still offer warmth. The sophisticated palette adapts seamlessly to various interiors.

The novelty yarn and weave technique of Adele combine to create a solid that has a soft texture with depth and dimension. Sophisticated neutrals lay the foundation for a fresh color palette that plays well with light and brings a space to life.

Athalie uses multiple colors of chenille to create a small-scale pattern that is structured in appearance yet has a forgiving hand. Its textured look and feel offers a new option for enduring style.

Carmin infuses a small-scale pattern into the Pallas product portfolio. Its dual-color chenille yarns are woven to create a rich, soft upholstery. Carmin is an exceptional material that can anchor almost any project with its understated dimension.

See more from the Papillion Collection here.

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