Sustainability at work

Making a mark by not leaving one

Our evergreen commitment to being one of the top sustainable textile companies begins yet extends beyond superior service and operational excellence; it's about actively pursuing and tying sustainability through every thread of our business.

With a strong dedication to eco-friendly upholstery fabric and wallcovering solutions, we innovate continuously to lessen our environmental footprint from our buildings to our packaged shipments. By focusing on sustainable commercial upholstery textile, wallcoverings, and even sustainable acoustic panels--and partnering with other sustainable textile companies--we ensure that our products, operations, and community engagements reflect our dedication to sustainable measures, one cut and material at a time.


Focused on reducing our footprint annually, we've implemented major changes to our headquarters including an investment in solar panels to allow us opportunities to be a net energy producer. In addition to a cool roof, insulation, windows and more to decrease the need for heating and cooling, these initial efficiencies allowed us to eliminate 85.2 tons of carbon—and we're not done yet.

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    154,000 sq ft

    Corporate headquarters powered by solar energy.
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    Over 700,000 memo samples recycled using our 2 Clicks Memo Return program.
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    The percentage of our sample shipping tubes are returned to us to use again and again.
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    7,366 trees

    Planted in partnership with The Conservation Fund resulting in 8,550 metric tons of carbon offset.


The world's most sustainable upholstery fabrics and wallcoverings start with sustainable components. We understand the importance of transparency and that's why we are proud to feature reduced environmental impact attributes such as Phthalate free, PVC free, Low-VOC CA Section 01350, GREENGUARD certified, recycled content, and EPD/HPD.

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    Sustainable innovation

    Whether it is Silica textiles, Woven Silica wallcovering, C-Zero® or Naked Nylon, we're always looking for ways to make our products better with advancements in technologies to bring you industry firsts.
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    Award winning

    Made from three simple components—silicone, a colorant, and a polyester backing, our award-winning silica collection is the most sustainable, highest performing, PVC free alternative, causing zero harm to the environment.
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    Pure & simple

    Developed by Momentum in 2011, Naked Nylon combines sustainability and performance to create the most environmentally friendly textile on the planet. Naked Nylon is a solution-dyed nylon that is 100% recycled, naturally abrasion resistant, and bleach cleanable.
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    Continuous improvement

    We're always evaluating if a product can be made with recycled content. Less energy, less water, producing less greenhouse gas emissions or diverting material from the landfill—a constant commitment to doing what's right is at our core.


Our engagement in the community is driven by a fundamental principle: it's simply the right thing to do for people and the planet at large. This commitment not only interweaves a strong team spirit within our company but also strengthens our ties with the community around us. Our vision for a better world, inspired by sustainable commercial upholstery textiles and eco-friendly practices, extends far beyond our walls—it influences every aspect of our operations and outreach.

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    16,877 Hours

    Logged since 2007 to our Community Involvement Action Team-established for employees to volunteer their time to local causes.
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    2,400+ quilts

    Reusing discontinued fabric samples, we created the Comfort Quilt Project. An initiative to make blankets for foster care children and the less fortunate, resulting in over 2,400 quilts (and counting!) donated.
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    Common thread for the cure

    A percentage of profits from Silica, our #1 selling product, is donated to the Common Thread for the Cure, an organization that supports the design and furnishings industries in the fight against breast cancer.
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    Awareness for braille literacy

    A percentage of our sales of Lanark's Louis collection—a wallcovering inspired by the tactility of Braille letterforms—are donated to the National Federation of the Blind.