Anzea Textiles is pleased to announce the release of Jhane Barnes’ newest collection of textiles available only at Anzea! She has designed three new patterns, Bacci, Cornered and Haywire, pictured below. Barnes always keeps her end user in mind when she begins her designs. Each pattern is unique in its own way and yet forms a cohesive collection. The concise color lines offer a multi-colored experience. Barnes is sophisticated throughout her design process, always using cutting edge weave software and technology to create a human connection.
Bacci, Cornered and Haywire consist of post consumer recycled polyester and nylon. They are bleach cleanable and finished with Nanotex™. The range in color and pattern will take these three new designs across any contract application including healthcare and hospitality.
Anzea was founded in 1990 by creative director Mitzi Mills and business partner Bruce Doeren. Since the company’s inception Anzea has focused on contract upholstery textiles offering the marketplace the option of leading edge colors, bold designs and high performance. These designs are reflective of Mitzi’s graphic design background and her love of photography and travel.
The Anzea contract textile collection is a spirited mix of materials from luxurious natural fibers to recycled polyester yarns. Woven fabrics that are bleach cleanable and solution dyed along with vinyl upholstery and green faux leathers in nylon matrix and polyurethane form a cohesive high performance product offering. In addition to providing the contract upholstery market with unparalleled product and service, Anzea curates a refreshing and unique collection of multi-use textiles including drapery, wall- coverings and light duty upholstery fabrics.
Anzea completes the textile offering by adding renowned names from the interior design and fashion industries. Currently Ruth Adler Schnee, Jhane Barnes and Jennifer Eno collaborate with the creative team to develop beautiful high performance upholstery textiles. Design, marketing and warehouse facilities are located in the Fort Worth, Texas, arts district.