Nice Link focuses on design trends with fabric intros for Interwoven

Fabric upholstery source Nice Link is offering four collections the company says reflect enduring and important trends in home fashion.

“The time to refresh the retail floor and inspire consumers is upon us, and each of our new collections plus sustainable options in new body cloths offer that energy to our customers,” said Doug Henderson, vice president of residential upholstery fabrics. “Our 20 years as a leading fabric supplier means we know the enduring and emerging trends in upholstery.”

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The four groups will be shown during Interwoven Nov. 13-16 in High Point at the company’s 10th floor showroom in the Market Square Tower.

1. Nice n Eco

Sustainability is top of mind and the eco-conscious Nice n Eco collection, originally introduced last year, is emphasizing new and diverse body cloths that mimic the surfaces and colors found in nature. The collection re-creates surfaces of tree bark, sand and rocks with unique yarn and weave constructions. The natural colors of stone, clay, water, vegetation and sand combine for sophisticated and universal palettes. Made using at least 30% recycled fibers by Repreve, each yard of fabric uses 9-10 plastic bottles, keeping them out of landfills.

Nice n Eco

2. Nomadland

Nomadland is inspired by travelers passionate about authentic experiences. It offers an eclectic combination of patterns with multifaceted designs and a global aesthetic in rich, saturated colors. Ikat effects, paisleys and classic ottoman designs pay homage to timeless, collectible, and culturally influenced textiles.

Nomadland

3. Deco Core

The century-old art deco design movement continues to influence architecture and interior design. Glamorous, luxurious materials and embellished opulent interiors are key characteristics. The colors of Deco Core have a vintage feel with a modern twist. Rounded arches and stylized florals with metallic accents create graphic movement and energy. Repetition of stepped forms and sweeping curves merge elements of decorative arts and modernity.

Deco Core

4. Modern Studio

Bold, expressive and daring describe the  Modern Studio collection. Free-form brushstrokes, watercolor effects, color blocking and hard-edge graphics create cutting-edge imagery inspired by iconic modern art. Fashion forward colorways make an energetic, playful presentation. Breaking boundaries has always been a goal for artists, and this collection does just that.

Modern Studio

Nice Link  Home Furnishings is a vertically integrated producer of fabrics, with operations to cut-and-sew and manufacture upholstery at a campus in Haining, China.

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