The Waratah Woven Jacquard collection marks the second range of Performance fabrics released by Utopia Goods.
Continuing their mission to combine old-world craft and innovative technologies this new collection honours one of the most iconic floral emblems of Australia, and in particular New South Wales, where the Utopia Goods studio is based.
With the Australian landscape and native flora as muse, Utopia Goods continue to expand their textile offer and further their mission of story-telling through ethical and sustainable production. This new collection of fabrics is the result of a 70% post consumer recycled yarn.
The Wild Waratah, and entire Utopia Goods Performance collection is a series of robust, UV resistant woven jacquards. The performance collection offers a transitional application, and can be applied to projects both indoors and out.
Suitable for residential projects, re upholstery of a much-loved piece of furniture, these fabrics are wonderful for both busy households, as well as hospitality or commercial design projects.
With its nod to C18th European and American hand printed resist fabrics and French Jacquards, the Wild Waratah is a unique combination of historical design cues and state-of-the-art engineering. An authentic textile example of history merging with modernity.
Slorach and Tatlow’s commitment to shine the spotlight on the natural world, is of paramount importance. The continued focus on endangered and threatened species of Australian flora, alongside new efforts to work with new technologies in both an ethical and sustainable practice is at the forefront of the business improvements.
Available in Navy, Ruby and Sage and available now from the Utopia Goods Showroom and International Showrooms – Studio Four, Supply Showroom, Fritz Porter, Well Made Home and Wells Abbott Chicago.