Particular attention was paid by Heimtextil 2019 to sleep as a new lifestyle theme. The various solutions for improving nightly regeneration ranged from hotel beds that can be individually adjusted to suit the guest and smart sleep sensor mats to technical materials from space travel. Ecological and sustainable solutions convinced and were clearly represented.
According to sleep doctors, we know almost everything about sleep today. Nevertheless, studies show that we are regenerating worse and worse. How can this be avoided? Exhibitors such as Rummel, Withings Sleep oder Outlast Technologies provided innovative suggestions for sleeping solutions the last Heimtextil. Sustainability is also moving further into focus, for example with Belnou, Traumina or OBB in the form of increasingly mature recycling and cradle to cradle approaches or the conscious focus on organic qualities, origin and tradition.
Feel-good moments through Bed & Bath Fashion
Of course the trends from the new hall 12 also support sweet dreams. HG Hahn combines the good with the beautiful and highlights how to protect the oceans with its special whale edition. The bed linen is not only sustainably produced, but also does not use plastic in its packaging. Trendy stone-washed and crêpe-nature products also guarantee sleep enjoyment that doesn’t require any ironing. Overall, with their very coherent collections and colour worlds, the major brands such as Bierbaum, Christian Fischbacher, Cawö, Essenza, Estella, Irisette, Lexington, Schlossberg and Vossen ensure moments of well-being in the bathroom and bedroom.
In addition to relaxed melanges of rosé and light grey, strong compositions such as red-lilac or orange-grey-black set contemporary accents. Eye-catchers include casual industrial styles in denim/blue-grey-brown on the one hand and cheerful oversized dots on the other. In hall 12.1, suppliers such as Estamparia Textil Adalberto, Altinbasak, Be Stitch, Doksan, Erteks, NLG – Nile Linen Group or Makroteks presented contemporary collections for e.g. the hotel industry. These skilfully combine urban elegance in sophisticated grey-blue colour worlds with very modern interpretations of the country house style.