Chilewich Speckle Wallcovering

At first glance, Speckle almost appears as if it's a solid color, when in fact it features a delicate yet minimal pattern. The wrap yarn subtly contrasts with the soft pearlescent silver speckles in the weft direction. The overall design appears discreet in a large expanse but intricate at a closer glance. The natural color shift between wrap and weft adds a richness and level of interest to this quiet wall textile. Woven from vinyl, Chilewich Speckle wall cover will fade over time if left outdoors or in direct sunlight. It is made in the USA.

This wall textile costs $143 per sq yd. The width of the roll is 6', and we sell to the nearest linear yard.

Each weave is woven to order and will have a lead time of 3-4 weeks.

Country of Origin: USA
Usage: Residential/ Commercial
Construction: Woven
Material: 80% pvc & 20% fiberglass
Width of Goods: 6'
Weight: 20 oz/sy
Thickness: 0.051"
Fire Rating: Class A

What kind of backing is used for your wall textiles?
A non-woven polyester scrim is used for our backing.

In what unit of measure are the wall textiles sold?
Wall textiles are 72" wide, and we sell to the nearest linear yard.

Is flame testing available?
Yes, all of our wall textiles are Class-A certified.

What adhesive is used for installation?
Use a high-quality, heavy-duty adhesive for 20 oz. or higher weight wall cover.

Are seams visible?
Seams will be visible using Chilewich wall textiles.

Chilewich Maintenance Instructions for Wall Textiles

All Chilewich products contain Microban® antimicrobial protection, which works continuously over the lifetime of the product to inhibit the growth of stain- and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew. It is ideal for any healthcare, hospitality, home or office environment where mold and mildew are a concern.

A significant new environmental development for Chilewich is the substitution of petroleum-based plasticizers in Chilewich yarns for phthalate-free, renewable vegetable compounds. Plasticizers have traditionally been made from petroleum-based compounds and are used to make PVC yarns soft—no more. We call this innovative new yarn and the fabrics made from them, TerraStrand™.

Colors are not exact. We recommend ordering swatches before purchase.