The legendary designs of Alexander Girard demonstrated that
textile design can be inspiring as well as functional. The designs of Alexander
Girard are quintessential examples of the Mid-Century style of textile design.
The Millerstripe: Bright fabric is one of the many classic
designs Girard executed during his tenure (1952-1973) as founding director of
the Herman Miller Textile Division. The engaging design of Millerstripe: Bright
consists of pink, ultramarine, lime, spring green, red, lime, ochre, dark
orange, maroon and turquoise stripes. There are two widths of stripe: some
measure 1/8" wide while others measure 1/2" wide.
This upholstery weight pattern is versatile and lends itself
particularly to modern or retro-themed decor. Draperies, table covers,
slipcovers, pillows and lampshades are some of the uses for Millerstripe:
Durability: 40,000+ cycles, Martindale method.
Lightfastness: 40+ hours.
Environmentally improved manufacturing process
Heavy metal free dyes
Natural fiber content
textile meets all appropriate flammability requirements, including
California Bulletin #117, and is compatible with California Bulletin #133.
Reduced Emissions: Indoor air quality
certified under the Greenguard for Children & Schools Program, complies with
CA Section 01350 requirements for schools and accepted for CHPS Low-Emitting
Materials credits. www.greenguard.org
This product is made by Maharam.