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Chilewich Rhythm Placemat

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Chilewich Rhythm Placemat
Description
Inspired by the boundary-breaking textiles of the Bauhaus, the Cranbrook Academy of Art, and Black Mountain College, this Rhythm Placemat by designer Sandy Chilewich employs stripes and subtle shifts in tone to create a vibrant plaid. Made in the USA with woven TerraStrand® and Microban® that’s free of phthalates, the Chilewich Rhythm Placemat measures 14l x 19"w.
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  • Designer
    Sandy Chilewich
  • Size
    14l x 19"w
  • Materials
    Woven Vinyl: 70% Vinyl, 30% Polyester
  • Year of Design
    2020
  • Origin
    USA
  • “Back in 1997, I discovered that a woven textile made with extruded yarns that’s used for outdoor furniture upholstery had unlimited design opportunities. Using this durable, easy-to-clean material for my placemats and rugs was a no-brainer—and the weaving mill is in the U.S., which is important to me.”

  • “For my Rhythm Placemats, I was inspired by the mood and ethos of the Bauhaus and their textiles. They created handlooms for production, which is also how we approach design and development at Chilewich. Rhythm started as a handloom in our studio after a design team trip to the 2019–21 MoMA exhibition Taking a Thread for a Walk.”

  • “A table surface is the foundation for every meal—it is a canvas.The textures and colors of our placemats become the first layer upon which everything else sits. They set the mood for the occasion, from a simple breakfast to a full-on holiday dinner.”

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