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    Take a Fresh Look at Creating Unique Interior Experiences With New Perspectives

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    Sponsored Content by Milliken


    The desire to create new experiences in interior environments is a critical driving force in moving interior design forward. However, the idea is much often easier said than done.

    At Milliken, we look to help designers create unique experiences with their work by adopting a new perspective when designing our floor covering collections. Here are two ways that we achieve this goal.

    1. Take a fresh perspective on what is proven. Capitalize on what has been successful is the past and reimagine how it can be enhanced or reinterpreted.

    The Allegory Collection from Milliken is a prime example of reinventing a standard technology to create a completely new product. The collection features a unique construction that highlights what is possible when combining technology, texture and color placement in a new way. The result allows Milliken to expand our broad color capability at the yarn-level, presenting distinct design options with the tile-to-tile pattern matching that printing provides.

     

     


    2. Take a fresh perspective on interpretation. Open your senses to re-discover something experienced every day. Simply looking at something through a pointed lens can reveal something that has not been seen before.

    Milliken’s Altered Form Collection interprets the enigmatic transformation of energy throughout nature. To discover patterns, the Milliken Design Team viewed the transformation through both a micro and macro perspective—each revealing a different experience. The abstract pattern formations allow viewers to form their own interpretations in a way that is relevant and meaningful to them.

    New viewpoints and constant curiosity inspire innovation. We hope that you too will find meaningful discoveries when viewing the world’s moments—small and large—through a fresh perspective.

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