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Kravet Inc., established in 1918, is the industry leader in the to the trade home furnishings industry. This fifth generation family business distributes fabrics, furniture, wall coverings, trimmings, carpets and accessories. The family’s commitment to innovation has helped the company transform from a small fabric house to a global leader, representing brands and designers from all over the world.
We brought to the Brazilian fabric trade a keen desire to be kind to the environment and a demand for quality that continues to reach beyond the status quo. We continue the quests toward quality, authenticity and remarkable good taste, and we are gratified when our products make it into the world’s finest showrooms.
We design beautiful tartan textiles promoting social causes, for example our 'Keeling' range symbolizes the shift from fossil fuels to clean energy and is a great way to signal your commitment to sustainability. Our United Nations endorsed 'Blueheart' plaid symbolizes the collective heartbeat of victims of human trafficking, and we have designs for other worthy causes. All are registered with the Scottish Register of Tartans and woven in Scotland from 100% Pure New Wool by Bute Fabrics Ltd.
Leather tanning is one of the oldest sustainable practices in our world. Modern tanning is a constantly improving process, using mineral or organic methods, becoming more efficient and environmentally friendly. Moore & Giles is proud to offer Olive Green Leather, one of the first truly sustainable design leathers - from the hides themselves to the use of fallen leaves in the tanning extract. It uses 100 percent natural wet-green® technology in the tanning process to achieve mineral-free tanning.
Namo Rugs puts simple green ideas into designs for the home. Jump into this rich tactile experience with an unpredictable twist - rocks from under the earth and orchids springing above. Roll on a piece of earth with our nature inspired rugs even while indoors.
Natural Foams Technology is a UK development company with over 30 years' experience advancing green polyurethane foam technology. The company specializes in green chemistry to develop natural, renewable foams for the soft furnishing, bedding and automotive industries. Our licenses provide foam manufacturers with the latest technical advances in polyurethane foams of all types that meet or exceed global regulatory standards. Image is a Lee sofa.
Nature's Legacy believes that economic growth cannot be attained without genuine concern for the people's welfare and the natural environment--its resources and ecosystems.We uphold this philosophy as an institutional advocacy giving our total commitment to the preservation of the environment and prosperity of the community and its people in the daily conduct of our daily habits, business processes and endeavours.
Julie Smith Vincenti formed NMM in 2009 following a 13-year career as Editor and Editorial Director for award-winning business-to-business publications and websites. They are a custom-content boutique that specializes in trend reporting and product pictorials for home furnishings brands. They write, edit, direct, tweet, pin, post, procure, print and send on-point content that influences thousands of professionals, specifically residential interior designers and home products retailers.
As a manufacturer and supplier of products made from natural resources, it’s our responsibility to make sure those resources are protected and managed. Our PEFC Chain-of-Custody (CoC) certified alder, PC maple, PC birch, and hemlock are sourced from Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), the American Tree Farm System (ATFS), the Canadian Standards Association (CSA), and PEFC forests. Northwest Hardwoods is Forest Stewardship Council® Chain of Custody and Controlled Wood Standard certified.
Paragon Wool Products is a U.S. textile company that specializes in the manufacture of a range of renewable and sustainable wool products for leading-edge markets. All of the products made by Paragon Wool Products capitalize on wool's complex cell structure that makes wool a working fiber, as the key attributes of the fleece that protect the sheep continue to perform even after it has been shorn.