Geiger Textiles

Solene Collection

A row of five textiles from Geiger's Solene Collection in various colors and patterns.

Five all-season weaves inspired by traditional Scandinavian household linens

Inspired by traditional Scandinavian household linens, BassamFellows created a summery suite of textiles appropriate for all climates. The five patterns range from a small-scale plain weave reminiscent of sailcloth, to a chunky basket weave with greater depth of color and texture. “Solene” is derived from the Swedish word for “sun,” and the collection certainly brings lightness and freshness to our offer.

Solene Collection product sheet

Patterns

A sample of the Bateau pattern from Geiger's Solene textile collection, shown in beige.

Bateau

The sun-washed striped appearance of Bateau is created by the multicolored yarns in the weft, which have been subdued by the warp-faced construction. With its tight plain weave, Bateau’s eight summery colorways give it a light and airy feel.See All Colorways and Spec Sheet

A sample of the Kalista pattern from Geiger's Solene textile collection, shown in blue.

Kalista

Space-dyed yarns in the weft give Kalista its slightly striated appearance. The contrast between these yarns and the warp produces a subtle sheen reminiscent of the look of fine linen. A basketweave construction, Kalista’s soft hand is due to its content, which is predominately recycled cotton from the apparel industry.See All Colorways and Spec Sheet

A sample of the Saille pattern from Geiger's Solene textile collection, shown in a red shade.

Saille

The uniform plain weave of Saille uses two yarn colors to create the effect of a classic sailcloth. At $32 per yard, Saille is a versatile foundation textile suitable for nearly all Geiger seating.See All Colorways and Spec Sheet

A sample of the Sommar pattern from Geiger's Solene textile collection, shown in neutral tones.

Sommar

Sommar’s medium scale is created using neutral multicolored yarns that crisscross for a soft, handwoven look using modern loom technology. While Sommar is approved for general contract use, it is not recommended for high traffic applications. Sommar’s medium scale is created using neutral multicolored yarns that crisscross for a soft, handwoven look using modern loom technology. While Sommar is approved for general contract use, it is not recommended for high traffic applications.See All Colorways and Spec Sheet

A sample of the Vavare pattern from Geiger's Solene textile collection, shown in shades of blue and gray.

Vavare

This chunky basketweave combines thicker and thinner cotton yarns in the weft to create its dynamic, large-scale textural appeal. Vavare has a cool and soft hand suitable for warmer climates.See All Colorways and Spec Sheet