These textiles represent all of our vendor partners offering. Textiles must be tested prior to use on any Leland product. Textile Approval form can be downloaded here
As an independent, family owned business for three generations, CF Stinson purveys innovative commercial textiles that exceed customer expectations for design, performance, value, sustainability and service. On a daily basis, we inquire about possibilities, inspire great interiors, and desire to improve. Click the See/Sample/Spec link to view each pattern, with its respective Leland grade, and order memo samples directly from the site.
A fourth generation family-run company that celebrated its centennial in 2002, Maharam pioneered the development of engineered textiles for commercial application. Though product performance defines contract textiles, Maharam strives to create innovative materials through in-depth exploration of pattern, material and technique. Maharam pursues a holistic approach to design, embracing a range of disciplines including architecture and interiors, furniture, fashion, accessories, graphic and digital design. The Maharam Design Studio is responsible for the development of an extensive textile collection and maintains a strong focus on new technologies and cultural markers, often finding inspiration beyond the textile industry, including collaborations with avant-garde industry outsiders.
Camira is an award winning UK textile innovator, which designs and manufactures its own unrivalled range of distinctive, environmental wool upholstery textiles. They feature unique European styling and quintessential British tailored design in deep-dyed intensely saturated color palettes. In North America the fabrics are stocked in Indianapolis and serviced by the yard. Camira does business on a global basis, selling 10 million yards annually to over 70 countries worldwide. The company is registered to ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 14001 (environment) and is a holder of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development.
Carnegie is owned by the same family that founded it in 1950. While the industry has changed a great deal since then, Carnegie’s principles have not. Carnegie believes there are no substitutes for innovation, service and integrity. To all at Carnegie, creating textiles means much more than weaving yarn into fabrics.
In the 21st century, making the right decisions for the environment is the new integrity in business. Carnegie believes that even one company can make a difference. Leading by example they hope others will think critically about the materials we all design and use.
Carnegie understands that designers want to make the best decisions possible for creating healthy interior environments; this is why they constantly search for the latest environmentally sound materials each and every day. While Carnegie understands the latest certifications and codes, they believe there is a great deal more to know and discover. When sourcing new developments, Carnegie asks themselves the hard questions and seek honest answers. They use elements of sound reasoning, logic and common sense to help drive all their research. Carnegie remains the only textile/wallcovering company in this industry to have a PVC (vinyl) free policy.
Founded in 1990 by Design Director Iris Wang and her husband, President E-Kwan Chen, Brentano has grown from a modest beginning of eight patterns to an internationally represented textile house. Brentano’s fabrics stem from Wang’s philosophy of balancing beauty + performance. Their growing collection of eco-fabrics expands this ideology by demanding textiles meet thoroughly researched standards of environmental consciousness while maintaining their beauty. Having celebrated their 20th anniversary in 2010, Brentano continues to offer a variety of innovative and interesting textiles, including eco-friendly faux leather, high performance upholstery, fire-resistant, outdoor and Crypton and Nano-Tex fabrics.
Green Hides Leather is the leading program supplier to the contract market. Leathers are all produced at our Italian tannery using low emission mineral tanning formulas which are environmentally respectful. The hides are retanned in aged oak drums using vegetable agents, natural fat liquors and oils along with dyes that ensure the leather is properly through dyed. Complies with the strict regulations of the EU environmental normative CE2000/53.
Unika Vaev’s goal is to create a palette of colors, textures and patterns in various price points that is inspiring and easy to work with. Founded in 1975, the collection has over 75 unique patterns and 800 colorways. In addition, Unika Vaev was the first textile company to market an Archive Collection of fabrics by early 20th century architects and designers. With a broad range of product types that include high performance and sustainable attributes, Unika Vaev’s modern, elegant styling has proven to be the “go-to” product line for those looking for beautiful products.