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Patchwork Is A 2024 Metropolis Likes Recipient


Brentano opened day one of Fulton Market Design Days with much excitement to breaking news that our Spring 2024 collection Anthurium had been awarded a Metropolis Likes award for the beloved pattern Patchwork.

Selected by Metropolis Editor in Chief Avinash Rajagopal, the Metropolis Likes Award is given to manufacturers who have answered the call for sustainable products. The winning submissions reflect products with sustainable attributes, showcasing the industry’s knowledge and understanding of our duty to create a sustainable evolution of interior design.

Metropolis Likes Winner Patchwork

Patchwork, an exquisite and exuberant textile, has become the buzz among designers. This standout favorite from Brentano Design Studio features a daring and striking pattern that combines classic colors in an unconventional quilt design. Its unique 53″ width design is created utilizing a planted warp integrated with sections of mercerized cotton, creating intriguing visual elements. The final result is a lightweight, pillowy effect resembling a matelassé, presenting a unique and modern reinterpretation of dynamic, quirky design. Made from 45% Post-Consumer Recycled Polyester, Patchwork is an eco-friendly choice that comes in four sophisticated color options. Its versatility allows for various applications, from making a bold statement with an entryway settee to adding vibrant color accents with pillows in playful interiors.

Patchwork Luxury Upholstery Image Close Up

Sustainable Features

  1. Patchwork is made from 45% post-consumer recycled polyester content. Post-consumer waste is recovered from a material or finished product from the consumer supply chain that has served its intended use and has been discardedfor disposal. Using recycled fibers preserves the resources needed to manufacture new fibers and reduces waste destined for landfills.
  2. The overall contents of Patchwork includes 55% cotton. Cotton is a biodegradable, rapidly renewable resource.
  3. Patchwork is made with no known toxins or hazardous components.
  4. Patchwork is manufactured in the U.S.A.
  5. The mill that manufactures Patchwork is a modern energy-efficient facility.