The exhibitors in the table, bed and bath sectors presented fresh compositions with nature motifs at Heimtextil 2018: blossoms, leaves, birds and butterflies dominate the prints – pineapples, flamingos and pelican should not be missed. In between these, rainbow-coloured fish splash about and create a holiday feeling.
Creating a completely new look in a relaxed and light manner is the USP of home textiles in the “table” area. To this end, Sander presents fresh compositions of mint, salmon, pink and red as well as stylish sets in indigo. Ein wenig Schlossambiente verbreiten edle Kompositionen in Flieder und Violett von JPF. Exquisite compositions in lilac and violet by JPF spread a little bit of castle ambience. And this is surprising: the good old wax tablecloth is celebrating a real comeback. Gemitex supplies stylish all-round worry-free sets including matching seat cushions for indoor and outdoor use.
Enjoying stylish living comfort with bed linen in the latest design trends: Brands such as Biberna, Bierbaum, Home Flavours, Kas, Schiesser, Strenesse and Tom Taylor offered coherent colour worlds of powdery nude, lilac, rose or petrol tones, finely balanced with black, graphite and natural nuances. In amongst these, the precursors to the new range of trendy colours appear in the form of bright turquoise, salmon, denim and meadowlark. By the way: the days are finally over when sets are all required to have the same motif. Matching designs in an exciting mix create variety.
Bath textiles from Al-Rahim Textile Industries
In the bathroom, the currently trendy compositions of pastels, dove and natural tones as well as black and white and light salmon or mint dominate. The photo shows leaves and ethnic patterns in trendy Indigo by Al-Rahim Textile Industries. Structures and very high-quality fabrics ensure the right spa feeling across all colour trends.