News Category: Product News

  • A Deep Dive into Fabric Performance in Healthcare
    12.20.2022Anne Holden

    A Deep Dive into Fabric Performance in Healthcare

    December 13, 2022 | Barbara Dellinger, Jane Rohde, Linda Gabel and Teri Lura Bennett | Interiors + Sources Magazine In part 2 of this three-part series, two case studies reveal important insights into durable coated fabric failures in healthcare environments and …

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  • The Time for Upholstered Fabric Performance in Healthcare Is Now
    12.14.2022Anne Holden

    The Time for Upholstered Fabric Performance in Healthcare Is Now

    August 8, 2022 | Barbara Dellinger, Jane Rohde, Linda Gabel and Teri Lura Bennett | Interiors + Sources Magazine Durable coated fabric failures in healthcare environments are costly and unsustainable. Here’s how the industry is tackling the problem. [Editor’s Note: This is …

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  • Specifying Healthcare Grade Fabrics in the Covid Era
    12.07.2022Anne Holden

    Specifying Healthcare Grade Fabrics in the Covid Era

    When we are seeking out healthcare-grade upholstery or fabrics for many of our clients, we are looking for fabrics that promote healthy and productive environments. From bleach-cleanable and finish-free textiles to coated fabrics, performance matters along with budget and design. …

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  • Three Decades of Flooring Innovation
    09.28.2022Anne Holden

    Three Decades of Flooring Innovation

    By Piet Dossche, John Rietveldt,  David Oakey,  and Roger Farabee, Floor Focus 2022 marked a big milestone not only for IDO Incorporated but also for the flooring industry. Developments over the last three decades in construction, design and chemistry have …

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  • NeoCon in your 20’s vs. your 40’s
    08.09.2019IDO Team

    NeoCon in your 20’s vs. your 40’s

    NeoCon, the largest Interior Design Trade Show in the country, occurs every year during the second week of June. It is considered the commercial design industry’s launch pad for innovation and the most important event of the year! Exciting new …

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  • “We Are Not Saving Lives with Interior Design” But What if We Were?
    07.11.2019Meryl Rosemarin

    “We Are Not Saving Lives with Interior Design” But What if We Were?

    As someone who graduated with a degree in architecture, I initially found myself not considering how to tailor the aesthetic to the object a project was designed for. As long as it looked “pretty”, it must be serving its purpose. …

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