Small Dot Pattern by Charles and Ray Eames, 1947

Small Dot Pattern by Charles and Ray Eames, 1947

Red

Small Dot Pattern by Charles and Ray Eames, 1947 by Maharam
Small Dot Pattern by Charles and Ray Eames, 1947

Red

  • Materials: Textile, Upholstery
  • Collection Name: Textiles of the 20th Century
  • SKU: 458320-007
  • Residential Use
  • Commercial Use
  • Materials: Textile, Upholstery
  • Collection Name: Textiles of the 20th Century
  • SKU: 458320-007
  • Residential Use
  • Commercial Use
Small Dot Pattern was designed by Charles and Ray Eames for a 1947 textile competition at the Museum of Modern Art.
  • Collection Name: Textiles of the 20th Century
  • Designer Name: Charles and Ray Eames , 1947
  • Year of Introduction: 2000
  • Availability: Typically Stocked
  • Lead Time: Contact your local Maharam rep, via Maharam Customer Service, in order to obtain current lead time information
  • Country of Origin: Germany
  • Warranty: 3 years
  • Content: 71% Cotton, 29% Polyester
  • Finish: PFOA-Free Stain Resistant
  • Custom Finishes: Alta, Alta Food & Beverage, Antimicrobial Stain Resistant Finish with Impermeable Backing, Nanotex, Nanotex with Impermeable Barrier
  • Backing: None
  • Pattern Repeat: 7 1/2" V, 12 3/4" H (19cm V, 32cm H)
  • Format: Roll
  • Width: 55" (140cm)
  • Length: 54 yards (49 m)
  • Total Weight: 16.8 oz/ly (500 gr/lm)
  • Maintenance: S-Clean with mild, water-free dry cleaning solvent.
  • Indoor & Outdoor: Indoor
  • Durability: Heavy Duty
  • Flammability: NFPA 701
  • Abrasion / Wear Resistance: 42,000 Double Rubs Wyzenbeek
  • Lightfastness: 40+ hours
  • ACT:

    *ACT Registered Certifications Marks

  • Environmental Benefits: Rapidly Renewable Content, Low Emitting / Low VOC

About
Maharam.

Founded in 1902 by Louis Maharam, a Russian immigrant, Maharam has evolved over several generations from a modest supplier of fabric remnants, to a renowned source of theatrical textiles for costume and set design, to a pioneer of performance-driven textiles for commercial interiors. Today, Maharam is North America’s leading creator of textiles for commercial and residential interiors. Recognized for its rigorous and holistic commitment to design, Maharam embraces a range of disciplines, from product, graphic and digital design to art and architecture.

Maharam partners with a range of cultural and educational institutions on exhibitions, fellowships, and special projects to preserve design legacy and encourage critical dialogue. Represented in the permanent collections of more than a dozen museums worldwide including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Stedelijk Museum, Maharam is the recipient of the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum Design Patron Award for its long-standing support of art and design. As an ISO 14001 certified company, Maharam is committed to implementing progressive environmental practices.