New Eco-Friendly Fabrics from Sina Pearson

New Eco-Friendly Fabrics from Sina Pearson

Sarah Firshein
Apr 22, 2010

Forget Krylon! The latest bundle of joy from the Earth Day stork is "Everywhere," a group of eco-friendly polyurethanes (yes, polyurethanes) from textiles maven and Nature Conservancy advocate Sina Pearson. The line of solids was released just this week to the trade and to a handful of retailers nationwide and ranges from neutrals and leather tones to saturated brights. The fabrics contain no PVC, formaldehyde, Phthalate, BPA, lead or heavy metals; they're nontoxic and low-VOC, and they're manufactured in an energy-efficient facility that recaptures 99 percent of all water and raw materials used in production.

Best of all, Everywhere fabrics are designed to do just that—work wherever you want them to, inside and out, from vertical surfaces to those that get constant use (just in case you've got a hankering to reupholster an ottoman in, say, magenta). And let's face it, as far as superpowers go, being able to go everywhere is pretty high on our list.

Visit Sina Pearson's website for more info, and order Everywhere ($112/yd) through the following retailers:

  • Museo, Kansas City, (816) 531-3537
  • Enid Ford, San Francisco, (415) 255-1777
  • Rearrange, Chicago, (773) 904-8604
  • Fannin Interiors, Phoenix, (602) 840-8088
  • Du Graf Associates, Seattle, (206) 281-9366
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