We observe and analyse current global trends, identifying those that set the direction and dynamics of changes in the interior textile industry.
We follow design and colour trends, but our main focus are conceptual and technological innovations for smart industry solutions.
We are interested in new, alternative, smart materials, pro-environmental experiments, and the related new aesthetics and user culture.
Minimalism in shopping is a trend that has been developing for many years. With the textile industry, it is an attempt to answer the most important questions from the customer's perspective. How to choose fabrics that will last for years?
Heimtextil 2020/21 trends are they still valid?
The main theme of this year’s Heimtextil trends is “Where I belong”. Several well-known design studios and photographers have examined the activities of people living simultaneously in the reality of the modern world and the virtual spaces of the Internet and social media. The conclusions of their analytical work form a set of 5 leading trends pertaining to changes in consumer attitudes, expanding awareness, new materials and their applications, redefinition of concepts etc.
Global health trends in the world of textiles
The concern for health, choosing and surrounding oneself with health products is certainly the most important macro-trend in the modern world.
Heimtextil 2018/2019 trends
In 2018/2019 trendsetters will be predominantly focused on urban spaces.
Heimtextil 2017/2018 trends
The underlying theme of Heimtextil Trends 2017/2018 is: Explorations.
Heimtextil 2015/2016 trends
This year's trends show two dominant sources of inspiration in the world of design – fascination with progress and attempts to revive tradition.
Trends reflect our lifestyle and the spirit of our times. This year, Heimtextil exhibition stylists wanted to encourage people to express their emotions in interior design. To achieve that, they presented the most important trends with the use of four distinct personalities – History Lover, Eccentric, Explorer and Geologist.
Our new collection reflects this year’s trends in the textile industry. Each of the fabrics presented may be used to follow one or more of these trends, depending on their colour and arrangement.