Crypton Performance Cotton

Crypton
Performance Cotton

Crypton Performance Cotton Introducing a first-of-its-kind upholstery fabric innovation for residential and contract applications.

Made with at least

50%

recycled cotton.

Plush, recycled cotton fabrics made from garment waste paired with Crypton’s state-of-the-art stain and odor resistant technology.

Made with at least

50%

recycled cotton.

Plush, recycled cotton fabrics made from garment waste paired with Crypton’s state-of-the-art stain and odor resistant technology.

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Made
with at
least
50% recycled cotton. Plush, recycled cotton fabrics made from garment waste paired with Crypton's state-of-the-art stain and odor resistant technology.
Photos courtesy of Rowe Furniture.

Next level eco-manufacturing at the heart

  • These thoughtful upholstery fabrics are made with 50% or more recycled cotton.
  • Deeply textural and feather-soft.
  • Features Crypton’s state-of-the-art stain-and odor-resistant technology
  • GREENGUARD Gold Certified.
  • Woven at Crypton Mills in North Carolina.
  • Suitable for upholstery applications in residential, luxury hospitality and workplace interiors.

How recycled cotton yarns are made.

This collection contains Recover™ yarns the lowest-impact recycled cotton fiber in the world. Creating recycled cotton fibers and cotton fiber blends with best-in-class sustainability performance.

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The Recover ™ Process

The revolutionary, closed-loop recycling technology process.

  • Textile waste resources are collected and sorted from all over the planet.
  • Cotton garments are cut and shredded that would otherwise be considered waste.
  • Recycled fibers are spun into new yarns.

This technology up until now has only been used in apparel industry. This process extends the life of the furniture.

Our revolutionary, closed-loop recycling technology process includes:

  • Textile waste resources are collected and sorted from all over the planet.
  • Cotton garments are cut and shredded that would otherwise be considered waste.
  • Recycled fibers are spun into new yarns.

This technology up until now has only been used in apparel industry. This process extends the life of the furniture.

Photo courtesy of Universal Furniture.

Universal Furniture​

Featured on the Miranda Kerr collection. Which reflects her approach to creating a happy and healthy home.

Photo courtesy of Rowe Furniture.

Rowe Furniture

Shown here on Rowe’s Neval Sectional. Also featured on the Pfifer Chair.

Photo courtesy of Cisco Home.

Cisco Home

Cisco Home is a brand that is devoted to environmental mindfulness, craftsmanship and furnishings made in America

Photo courtesy of Thayer Coggin.

Thayer Coggin

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Photo courtesy of Anna Elisabeth.

Anna Elisabeth

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Photo courtesy of High Fashion Home.

High Fashion Home

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