Palettes inspired by the beauty of renewable wool from the Mutable Matter collection
Browse Luum's updated cleanability guide for safety and wellness in the workplace
Luxury performance textiles that are bleach-cleanable, emphasize a soft hand and coordinate together.
Utilizing classic textures: Actuate, Digi Tweed, Heather Tech and Percept, Color Kit is a resource for color in design-driven, high-performance textiles
Designed by Suzanne Tick, Second Sight is a collection of four upholstery textiles with a vision
Six new products in Loom State Collection designed by Suzanne Tick build upon past foundations of functional craft
Luum’s Knurl textural upholstery fabrics graded in on Gus* Design Group products
Luum Textiles collections designed to work together holistically, and perform in interiors anywhere around the world
Latest Luum Textiles collection designed by Suzanne Tick wins two awards, including one of only six Editors’ Choice Awards
Five new fabrics highlight Luum Textiles’ progressive approach to textile design
The Woven Logic Collection by Suzanne Tick explores the binary art of weaving with five new fabrics
Luum Textiles’ Tactility Collection designed by Suzanne Tick recognized with Good Design Award in the Textiles category
Luum’s new Tactility Collection designed by Suzanne Tick earns a pair of awards at NeoCon, including Best of NeoCon Silver
Tactility Collection explores the diversity and expressive nature of a surface through fiber, structure, color, pattern and dimension
Designed by Suzanne Tick, Ideation draws inspiration from the architects and designers that provide fresh perspectives by using classic materials in new ways
Complexity of Tibetan culture embodied in new
Eastern Hemisphere collection’s rich colors and textures
Focus In collection designed by Suzanne Tick addresses the importance of today’s adaptable products in multi-purpose workplace environments
Luum focused on bringing a creative approach to textiles for the commercial market and setting a new standard in textile design.
Luum Textiles debuts at NeoCon with Starting Point, its first integrated textiles collection, designed by Suzanne Tick.