Posts Tagged: Fabric

Bespoke by Evans’ Sublimatic Thermoprinting Technology

Manchester based textiles company, Bespoke by Evans invests in a new digital sublimation printer which uses heat to transfer dye onto flame retardant fabrics for use in the contract sector.  “With our new Italian-engineered printing technology, we not only achieve the highest quality print results, but we can also meet our customer demands in less… Read More >

10 September 2019

The Isle Mill’s Ashton Lane

The Isle Mill, BCFA member and Scottish manufacturing brand, will launch its new collection Ashton Lane at Decorex International 2019 at Olympia London this October. Ashton Lane is designed for an international market, ideally created with high end residential projects in mind. The collection combines an assortment of plains, piece dyes, stripes and jacquard designs… Read More >

6 September 2019

Valencia C5 by Spradling

At Spradling, being up-to-the-minute is part of their philosophy, especially regarding colour and design. They have a global research and design team that constantly tracks the latest market trends around the world and uses them as inspiration for creating new products that are aligned with future needs of Spradling’s customers. [Spradling have a BCFA Product Finder Page] Based on… Read More >

16 August 2019

Trends in Contract by Trevira CS 2019/2020

Trevira CS fabrics fulfil worldwide the important fire safety standards demanded in hotels and restaurants. With Trevira CS fabrics every textile element can be designed safely. At Heimtextil in Frankfurt, Trevira presented “Trends in Contract 2019/2020” for the areas of work, hotels, restaurants, and health and care. The show gave visitors, especially interior designers and… Read More >

15 August 2019

Edmund Bell: Raw Japanese

Following on from Edmund Bell’s China Girl blog, the second trend they explore in their Global Traveller series is Raw Japanese. Wabi Sabi has become synonymous with typical raw Japanese style and the epitome of simple living. It’s no secret the Japanese really do like their interiors super simple; a hymn to the imperfect characters of nature, tracing their origins back to the 15th century… Read More >

7 August 2019

Edmund Bell’s China Girl Trend

Edmund Bell starts their Global Traveller Series with China Girl: sometimes modest and sometimes opulent, exciting or subdued, colourful and textural. Chinese interiors are always thoughtful and most unassuming with its never fading appearance. It has an innate way of blending traditional with new in a beautiful and rich manner. Design direction can be traced… Read More >

2 August 2019

Linwood’s Niva and Malmo

Linwood launches two new weave collections – Niva and Malmo – inspired by the simplicity of Scandinavian style. [Linwood have a BCFA Product Finder Page] Embrace the timeless style of Scandi design with this hardy collection of upholstery fabrics made from a mix of natural linens and cotton. Presented in a harmonious palette of 28… Read More >

1 August 2019

Edmund Bell’s Global Traveller Series

We continually draw inspiration from around the world, to capture a flavour of those countries with such diverse design influences. Within this Global Traveller series, BCFA member Edmund Bell are going to feature 11 different trends from around the world, and why they think they are worth drawing inspiration from when it comes to interior life and… Read More >

19 July 2019

Skopos bring faux leather to their collections

Skopos is excited to bring to market 3 new flame retardant, Crib 5 faux leathers this month. With 3 distinctly different finishes, the faux leathers provide a neat and elegant finishing touch for a variety of contract interiors. With an antiqued/ aged effect, in a range of leather-look colours the Kiri design mimics the sophisticated… Read More >

3 July 2019