We offer several thousand kinds of fabrics, haberdashery, wallpapers and carpets. Every year we expand our offer by up to twenty products which are in line with the current design and market trends. For several years, the collection premiere has taken place during the Heimtextil trade fair.
Due to major changes in the trade fair calendar caused by the pandemic and travel restrictions, this year we have decided not to launch all new products at once. We will do so gradually, following e.g. seasonality of the selected fabric types. The premiers will be regularly presented in our news, monthly newsletters and on social media.
To facilitate your search for information about this year’s products, we will gather them in this article, systematically supplementing it with new photos and descriptions.
Have a look at the new fabrics in our 2021 collection.
Pleasant to the touch, knitted velour with a three-dimensional texture. It is created in a complex production process – starting from dyeing, through printing a delicate pattern to embossing the characteristic structure and reinforcing the fabric with soft and thick backing. With its high abrasion resistance of over 100 000 Martindale cycles, Sora is a perfect choice for cushions and upholstery. Sora palette contains 18 colours with intense, original shades, which are additionally invigorated by the effect of irregular dyeing.
Doppio is a flame retardant blackout fabric that provides an effective darkening effect and has an appealing appearance suitable for high-end contract interiors. Unlike traditional single-sided blackout fabrics, backed with silicone on one side, Doppio is lined with a polyester fabric on both sides and has two layers of acrylic coating inside. Doppio comes in 4 colour variants: light grey, medium grey, beige/stone and linen.
Barolo is an upholstery fabric with a pleasant texture. Its slightly mélange colours make the fairly regular, plaid-like weave seem even more ample. The range of 37 saturated colours includes both universal, timeless browns, beiges and greys, as well as pomegranates, greens, pinks, lilacs, mustard yellow and red that represent the current trends. Barolo is protected with a water-repellent finish, which makes it resistant to many types of stains. The spilled liquid can be easily removed, as it does not penetrate the furniture, but remains on the surface.
Tivoli is a soft, flowing, decorative fabric. With its impressive drapability, the fabric is a perfect choice for curtains, allowing to create interesting window treatments. It looks and feels like suede, adding cosiness to the interior. Double width and a range of 35 colours make Tivoli suitable for almost any room: regardless of its size and furnishing style. The colours of Tivoli are optimistic, lightened pastels, reminiscent of the hues of nature: flowers, plants, minerals, sand, sky and water. The muted yellows, inspired by honey, mustard and apricots, and various shades of pink are worth particular attention.
Alba is a trendy bouclé furniture fabric with characteristic, large, irregular loops. The combination of expressive texture and subdued, natural colours (warm shades of white, beige, grey, graphite) allows for creating surprising texture contrasts in monochrome interiors inspired by earth tones.Alba looks particularly impressive on furniture with slightly curved or simple forms, without quilting or stitching – it is sufficiently interesting in itself and does not require additional upholstery treatments.
Manarola is the best known of the five towns in the famous Italian Cinque Terre region. The view of houses with multi-coloured facades built on the green mountain slopes all the way down to the shores of the azure Ligurian Sea is exceptionally picturesque. It was the colours of Manarola that inspired the name of the decorative fabric, whose colour palette boasts as many as 35 shades. It is worth noting that these subtle, pastel colours were designed to allow for their easy combination, e.g. by using a different shade on each floor of the hotel or in each room of the house.