Dimensions: diameter 38cm
Material: Moulded vinyl yarns. 100% phthalate free.
Dahlia extends Chilewich's innovative moulded technique beyond the circle of experimentation. Acting more like a charger than a placemat, plates will sit surrounded and enhanced by the open lace cutwork it exhibits.
Dahlia placemats are suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Innovative use of yarn fuses style and sophistication to create modern tabletop dressing. Inspired by both traditional and modern manufacturing techniques, Chilewich creates innovative textiles and original designs for modern use. Their vinyl textiles are used for table mats, table runners, floor mats and home accessories. Chilewich fabrics combine a sophisticated aesthetic with durability and ease of maintenance as they are truly washable.
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At home in both residential and commercial spaces around the world, Chilewich products are designed at their New York City studio. Led by creative director Sandy Chilewich, their design team includes master weavers who develop and refine innovative patterns and multi-tonal colours for collections that are renewed seasonally.
Their desire for artistic expression is balanced by their commitment to reaching a broad audience - one that spans cultures, tastes, and income levels - and to creating products that retain their beauty and functionality over decades of daily use.
Containing a minimum of 18% renewable vegetable content, their woven textiles are made entirely in the United States. The Chilewich factory in Chatsworth, Georgia, produces approximately 40,000 placemats a week. This 127,500-square-foot space is also where various backings are bonded to their textiles to create products for a range of applications.
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Sandy Chilewich has a unique and personal design aesthetic that revolutionised two distinct industries and, indeed, the modern design world. She is a true entrepreneur and a leader in the business of design, having taken the style conscious consumer from legwear to tableware - quite a leap, but the translation appears effortless.
One of the highlights of her design career is the Raybowl - introduced in 1997, the bowls are made from netting (usually found in lingerie). The bowl uses a simple yet highly inventive mechanism to transform the fabric into a concave shape. In this same experimenting vein Sandy looked at Vinyl - commonly considered to be an industrial material - and saw the possibility for placemats, flooring, fashion accessories and more. Through combining style with the durability inherent in these materials Sandy has opened up a world of possibilities! Sandy continues to seek new uses for existing textiles and weaves, working out of a New York City studio.
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