Hip, bold, and oh so stylish – Deflect delivers a funky, fresh feel. The mod performance fabric rounds out Concertex’s fall 2019 Topo collection.
David Klaristenfeld, VP at Fabricut, chats about his company's recent acquisition of boutique brand Clarence House, the challenging economics of sampling, and why, despite a lot of noise, the industry isn't going to change as radically as some people think.
Canadian furniture favorites Gus* Modern just launched a limited edition collection with LUUM Textiles that resulted in delightful color combinations.
Luum Textiles announced the introduction of Loom State – a new collection that builds upon past foundations of functional craft. The six new products – Structured Stripe, Dispersion, Duo Chrome, Homage, Oeuvre and Doyenne − offer patterns inspired by weaving techniques with high-performance construction.
The Specialty Interiors business of Milliken & Company has key new placements for Fall Market for its popular Breathe by Milliken collection of eco-elegant performance fabrics.
Concertex introduces an ultrasonically embossed polyure¬thane and keystone of the fall collection, Topo.
HBF, Pallas Textiles, and other manufacturers update tradition through cutting-edge technology and sustainability cred.
Suzanne Tick, founder of Suzanne Tick Inc., specializes in materials, brand strategy, and design development for commercial and residential interiors. Within the industry she’s known for her intelligent, enthusiastic approach to design, as well as her desire to provide innovative solutions.
Dedicated to delivering unique and original designs, Concertex has included two new Sunbrella Contract textiles in the fall 2019
Milliken & Company’s Specialty Interiors business has sought and earned the Association for Contract Textiles (ACT) Facts® certification.
Launching in September, the Topo collection draws inspiration from the beauty held within our natural world and the forces that shape it.
In addition to Japan, Luum collections are now available in other international markets including Central and Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific (Greater China, India, South East Asia, and Oceania
Jens’ had a passion for colors, for the balance between textures and the textiles and the wood or the materials.
As part of its continued growth in North America, Camira Group announced the acquisition of Luna Textiles, effective immediately.
In her new collection for Luum—which debuts at NeoCon—the textile designer looks across time for inspiration.
Made with a satin base weave, the Fourtis textile features a two-color construction and a black warp that works best for an earthy palette.