Materials and textiles with intelligent functions are increasingly in demand, particularly in the contract sector. This is another reason for Drapilux, the leading international supplier of intelligent products, to address the specific subject of blackout and dim-out textiles. The company is bringing an innovative product, ‘Artikel 218’, onto the market at Heimtextil.
The special feature of the product is the pure white Trevira CS dim-out printable base fabric, which now makes it possible to design opaque curtains according to individual customer wishes. Customers’ own logo or colour scheme can be applied to the white background material by transfer printing, in order to perfect the design interior that they have in mind.
To launch the product range, Drapilux is introducing three design compositions, each in several colourways, in order to appeal to the broadest possible range of customers, when it comes on the market. All the series are characterised by their Nordic flair, with the white background material creating a stylish Scandinavian look in cool colour shades.
A modern, graphic design – reminiscent of a honeycomb structure – is printed in four colours. Grey shades are in the foreground here, whilst clear, cool colours add stylish touches (‘Artikel 218’, Series 10).
As a counterbalance, a lively design incorporates single-coloured artistic spots. The four colour shades are perfectly coordinated and can be very easily combined – with the other series too (‘Artikel 218’, Series 20). Finally, a stylised floral design with graphic elements catches the eye. Cool colours and grey dominate – harmonising tones add subtle highlights (‘Artikel 218’, Series 30).
Drapilux Schmitz-Werke will be exhibiting their products on stand C61 in Hall 3.0.