'Millions of colors', upholstery
The name “Millions of Colors” references endless variations made possible by mixing threads of basic colors—red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow, black, and white. This technique yields smooth color gradations, creating a pattern of a lengthy 223.5" repeat. As a result, each piece of furniture upholstered in Millions of Colors is unique. The fabric construction is unsystematic, based on a random pixel pattern, producing a textile with a rich and refined character.
Wolf-Gordon offers three colorways, and custom colors can be produced for a 200 yard minimum.
Millions of Colors—Sørensen’s upholstery textile—is a luxurious and refined translation of photographic pixels into thread. The name “Millions of Colors” references endless color variations created by mixing threads of a limited color palette: red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow, black, and white. The construction is unsystematic, based on a random pixel pattern that produces an amazing 223.5-inch-long repeat with infinite nuances of color that gradually shift in all directions. When a series of chairs or other seating elements are upholstered in Millions of Colors, each piece of furniture is individual; yet, they are all tied together visually by their color theme.