Drawing inspiration from the proponents of the De Stijl movement, Piet uses a mod reduction of form and color in a rectilinear textile design. Named after Piet Mondrian, this 54″ upholstery fabric’s minimalist motif is created to coordinate with its small-scale cousin, Theo. Piet offers six soft, neutral colorways with a large scale square design. Woven with marled weft Olefin yarns on a thick, wool-like polyester warp, Piet’s characteristics imitate the qualities of wool while maintaining contract level performance. Designed for durability, Piet boasts an abrasion resistance of 100,000 double rubs (Wyzenbeek, Cotton Duck) and features Incase finish and acrylic backing.
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