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Arhaus’s new fabric collection in 16 ocean-inspiring colors
Arhaus has launched a new fabric collection created in collaboration with SEAQUAL INITIATIVE and using a new raw material, Upcycled Marine Plastic, which can be used to create sustainable, soft and beautiful upholstery.
As part of its Green Initiative, Arhaus has launched a new fabric collection created in collaboration with SEAQUAL INITIATIVE and using a new raw material, Upcycled Marine Plastic, which can be used to create sustainable, soft and beautiful upholstery.
Founded in 1986 in Cleveland, OH, Jack and John Reed made a pledge on the very first day to never use wood from
rainforests and to protect the Earth’s resources whenever possible.
They now have more than 70 retail points in the U.S., a team of in-house designers offering complementary design suppliers
and robust custom design features.
Arhaus has grown to become a business leader in revolutionary
practices and innovative design, and offers impressive heritage-quality furniture and decor globally for your entire home – both inside and out.
Arhaus is a brand with a mission based on sustainability and always looking for new and innovative partners to help them protect the planet and its resources. Their collaboration with SEAQUAL INITIATIVE has helped to transform over 200 tons of marine litter into Upcycled Marine Plastic, to create new products and materials that will be used around the world.
This collaboration with SEAQUAL INITIATIVE has allowed them to create new fabrics for sustainable upholstery made with
SEAQUAL® YARN containing Upcycled Marine Plastic
recovered from our oceans and beaches.
The SEAQUAL certified Fabric Collection, which includes 16 ocean inspired shades and patterns, is available in a range of customer favorites, including sofas, sofa sectionals and chairs that are handcrafted by upholstery artisans in North Carolina.