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Textile Library

Put your own unique spin on each piece with our vast selection of textures, patterns and colours. Please note that monitor screens vary in intensity and accuracy, so don’t rely on the images below to make the final selection for your project.

Bold, Bright or Subdued

Color is a vital part of every design story. Our upholstery color palettes are informed by continually seeking inspiration, studying leading trends and listening to our customers.

With a mission to make work comfortable for all, Keilhauer is particularly fond of the soft contract design that has defined commercial design the past decade. With the desire for soft seating comes a revived interest in beautiful, soft colorways that connect with feelings of comfort, support and nature. With this insight in mind, Keilhauer has updated their color palettes in some of their leading textile lines: Bijou, Oona, and District Five.

Proven Performance

Specifying Keilhauer upholstery means specifying for durability, safety and performance. As a member of the Association for Contract Textiles (ACT) we ensure every product meets and exceeds the industry’s highest guidelines. Every textile is tested against five standards assessing flammability, color transfer, color fading, abrasion and overall durability such as stretch, snag, pilling or tear.

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Helping Our Communities

North America sends over 10 million tonnes of textile waste to landfill each year. Experts believe that 95% of that waste could have been diverted through reuse and recycling. To do our part, Keilhauer has worked with community organization to upcycle and repurpose our textile scraps and roll ends, creating new products and programming that help others to thrive.

Our textile upcycling partners change vary year-to-year, but some of the organizations we have been honored to work with include:

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Eco Equitable
Our end-of-roll upholstery material is provided to teach employable skills, such as sewing, to immigrants and newcomers with sales supporting ESL classes, job placement and community integration.
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The textile museum of canada
Roll ends are donated to their bi-annual textile sales to raise money for their programs
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Various First Nations Groups
Leftover full leather hides are donated to various First Nations groups, schools, and charities to support indigenous causes such as the Moccasin Project and educational efforts.
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Arts Junktion and Resource Depot
Fabric and leather donations ensure students have access to materials they need to succeed, learn new skills, such as sewing and crafting, and to enhance student learning in the classroom.
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The Working Centre
Textile donations fund this community group’s employment service program, food kitchen, and repair shops – which teach upcycle and maintenance skills to help make daily living more affordable and cooperative focused.