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Heimtextil 2019 showcases leading innovations in home, contract textiles

"Heimtextil 2019 displayed key trends in structure, graphic patterns and health-promoting materials. The leading trade fair for home and contract textiles, held from January 8 to 11 in Frankfurt, offered an attractive backdrop for the innovations of 3,025 exhibitors from 65 countries. Graphic patterns dominated all segments at Heimtextil 2019. These included variations in geometries, checks, diamonds and diagonal stripes as well as inspirations from the 50s, 60s and 70s, elegant style elements from Art Deco and designs à la M.C. Escher."

 

Heimtextil 2019 showcases leading innovations in home contract textiles 002Heimtextil 2019 displayed key trends in structure, graphic patterns and health-promoting materials. The leading trade fair for home and contract textiles, held from January 8 to 11 in Frankfurt, offered an attractive backdrop for the innovations of 3,025 exhibitors from 65 countries. Graphic patterns dominated all segments at Heimtextil 2019. These included variations in geometries, checks, diamonds and diagonal stripes as well as inspirations from the 50s, 60s and 70s, elegant style elements from Art Deco and designs à la M.C. Escher.

Health-promoting and sustainable fabrics on display

Furniture and decorative fabrics including upholstery and imitation leather, carpets and contract business were displayed in halls 4.0, 4.1 and 4.2. Innovators such as Trevira CS and Antex presented recyclable yarns made from marine waste such as fishing nets and PET bottles. Froca presented a Teflon-free upholstery fabric line that can be cleaned with pure water. Suppliers such as Toucan-T presented PVC, latex and bitumen-free solutions that save around 12,600 ton of waste and 70,000 barrels of crude oil per 10,000 ton of raw material. In addition, exhibitors such as Tecnografica, Cerda Fabrics and Essegomma 0 also displayed their innovations. Suppliers such as Höpke marked the paradigm shift in the elderly and care sector with their display of easy-care and attractive fabrics.

Sustainable solutions in digital printing, wall decorations

The exhibition also focused on sustainable solutions in digital printing. Here, international market leaders such as HP andHeimtextil 2019 showcases leading innovations in home contract textiles 001 Mimaki demonstrated their skills in adapting these works of art on canvas, wallpaper and textile.

In Hall 3.1, suppliers A.S. Création, ATT Rotex, Rasch, Grandeco, Architects Paper and Galerie Limited focused on wall decorations. These ranged from industrial and rustic-natural to sophisticated Art Deco. Designs from European metropolises, from London club chic to Amsterdam tile styles (AS Design), provided fresh impetus to these decorations. Technical innovations were displayed in the field of fire protection and odorless materials.

Exploiting creative strength of decorative textiles

Exhibitors such as Apelt, Eustergerling, Heco, IFI Design, Saum & Viebahn and Style Library exploited the creative strength of decorative textiles at the new Interior Decoration hotspot in hall 8.0. Graphic designs dominated these displays. These ranged from simple geometric patterns such as diamonds, checks and stripes to complex, multi-coloured optical illusions.

Solutions for improving nightly regeneration were also on display. These ranged from hotel beds that can be individually adjusted and smart sleep sensor mats from Withings Sleep to technical materials from Outlast Technologies. Sustainability was also focused by Ecobel/Belnou, Traumina and OBB in the form of increasingly mature recycling and cradle to cradle approaches or the conscious focus on organic qualities, origin and tradition.

Trends from Hall 12 supported sweet dreams. Here, HG Hahn presented sustainable bed linen that does not use plastic in its packaging. Major brands including Bierbaum, Christian Fischbacher, Cawö, Esenza, Estella, Irisette, Lexington, Schlossberg and Vossen presented their coherent collections here. In hall 12.1, suppliers such as Estamparia Textil Adalberto, Altinbasak, Bestitch, Casa Soft, Doksan, Erteks, NLG – Nile Linen Group and Makroteks presented contemporary collections for e.g. the hotel industry.

 

 
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