WeaveUp

Valley Forge has partnered with WeaveUp, a revolutionary technology solution that hosts a community of artists worldwide and connects them directly to the Hospitality industry.

People are artists. People create patterns. Companies are not artists, and companies do not create patterns. Traditional pattern selection is edited and filtered by companies, and Interior Designers only see what is left after that selection process.

WeaveUp provides a platform for designers to connect with the artists directly, enabling our customers to search easily through inspiring art and patterns, and empowering the users with control over the customization process.

WeaveUp is fun, and more importantly, opens an entire world of possibilities in terms of selection and personalization.

The huge amount of time that was formerly spent on administrative functions and meetings to search and coordinate textiles for a space can now be replaced with more time spent on creative flow.

WeaveUp offers 27 variations of base cloths for you to choose from including, sheers, bed skirts, bedding, drapery, and casual use. There is no minimum order requirement for a custom item on WeaveUp.

Interested in becoming a Contributing Artist on WeaveUp? Visit the WeaveUp website for more information.

Color Matching in WeaveUp

Blue and white Shibori Plaid photo that states customize our new collection

Our Huesteria™ color palette matching system gives the best range of variable colors achievable and calibrated to our print environment. Select the WUP Chip number from the WeaveUp Tool Book at your desk and input it into WeaveUp to achieve effortless color match!

How to Read WeaveUp Color Chips
WeaveUp 670_WUP Color. L Channel number is 65, A Channel number is 24, B Channel number is 44.

Understanding LAB

The LAB color mode's unique properties include all perceivable colors, meaning its gamut is more expansive than RGB and CMYK color modes. LAB is also device independent and allows color to be communicated effectively across all devices.

L Channel
Lightness channel - consists of the darkest black with a value of 0 and the brightest white with a value of 100.

0
Black
100
White

A Channel
Represents green to red with green in negative values and red in positive values.

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Green
+
Red

B Channel
Represents blue to yellow with blue in negative values and yellow in positive values.

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Blue
+
Yellow

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