Bringing bold and colorful patterns into an interior setting can create the illusion of being surrounded by art. Milliken’s Yarn Storm collection provides the means to do just that!
collection creates unique interior aesthetics through multi-dimensional patterning
and color. Yarn Storm was designed to illustrate horizontal and vertical
explorations of hand-knit texture that balances chaos with precision on the
solution dyed nylon construction offers a new perspective of linear designs and
features a total recycled content of 50 percent.
Econyl yarns by Aquafil, the world’s first and only 100 percent sustainable
in module carpet tile (50 cm x 50 cm).
16 colors that coordinate with Milliken’s Southern Analog and Sound and Fury
collections, while making a bold individual statement.
with ComfortPlus® ES cushion backing system.
Storm is available with TractionBack® technology - a modular carpet backing
that is less costly, environmentally superior and faster and easier to use
compared to wet adhesives or peel and stick adhesives. No “peel” is required,
just “stick” with TractionBack® – this eliminates the need for any additional
tools, such as a gun, to install the carpet and also uses less material and
energy to install.
hand-knit design found in Yarn Storm can be seen trending in other aspects of
art as well. The term “yarn bombing” has become a popular term among artists
who knit in order to beautify urban landscapes. This new art, coined street
graffiti, is appearing in urban populations throughout the world. Here are just
a few examples of the urban yarn bombing trend:
A community building that has been visited by yarn bombers
Yarn bombing on a tree in Ohio