Inspired by strength seen in the layers of bird nests, Milliken’s Consequence 2.0 collection illustrates a classic linear approach by combining visual and physical textures.
Layers of tonal colors with undulating lines feature multi-directional patterning and design. Both elegant and functional, the collection builds on the strength of a modern and diverse structure to offer a strong foundation for any interior design. Additionally, the collection features a total recycled content of 24 percent.
To learn more about the Consequence 2.0 collection, visit our website.
The multi-dimensional patterning and color of Consequence 2.0 can be seen in a variety of every-day objects and settings. Here are a couple images that bring this notion to life.
Image via Milliken
Hope and potential. Any single piece of a bird’s nest is weak. But together, they form a constellation of tiny junctures that, as one, can withstand the strongest winds and the heaviest rain.
Designer Rachel Boxnboim dreamed up Alice, a project that explored the possibilities of hard ceramic taking shape from something soft (Image).
Look down at the ground – from carpet to cobblestone, you will find a variety of textures below your feet (Image).
This painting reflects a textural element, but only to the human eye (Image).
Lace and ruffles are just two of the countless types of textures and patterns found in fashion to satisfy a particular taste (Image).
This deep purple-colored throw is a textural fantasy – the fabric looks soft and inviting (Image).