Milliken enhances Imagine collection with new patterns

February 16, 2017
Milliken's Casual Craft.

Milliken’s Casual Craft.

Spartanburg, S.C.—Milliken has expanded its Imagine Figurative collection for residential interiors with four texture-based designs.

The new designs—Casual Craft, Grayton, Slimline and Somerton—are small-scale broadloom patterns that are easy to pair with additional patterning in residential interiors, such as upholstery. Color options range from light warm and cool neutrals to complimentary mid tones and deeper hues.

These patterns were specifically designed to work with the entire Imagine Figurative program, which includes: custom capabilities to recolor designs to fit personal design aesthetics using Milliken’s inspiredesigner tool—with only a 25-yard minimum; a new inspiredborder program to add up to an 18-inch border, using one of the 105 inspiredesigner color options, to connect or define spaces; commercial weights for Main Street applications using designforbusiness; a range of sizes, including 13’6” broadloom and five sizes of area rugs

Designed with performance and longevity in mind, Imagine features a durable high twist, PVC-free construction, AlphaSan antimicrobial defense and Stainmaster Active Family protection to extend the life of the carpet. The collection is also backed with a Stainmaster Premier warranty.

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