The textile industry is one of the leading industries in the world of fashion and design. The evolution of fabrics is great and goes back to prehistoric times. From the quality of the fabrics, manufacturing processes and technology applied in them, evolution is present and constantly changing. Nowadays we use textiles in garments and decoration as a way of showing our identity and keeping up with the trends. Not only with the functionality of keeping us warm and protected.
The great trend this year is velvet, used in furniture pieces, such as sofas, and decorative elements like lamps and cushions. Another great trend is the textiles hanging on walls such as tapestries, macrame, and crochet pieces, replacing the frames and creating a different look.
Being velvet the star of fabrics this year, choose to place this fabric more expressively on your sofa, armchair, or bed headboards. To give a more comfortable and elegant touch to the environment use luxurious colours such as fuchsia, emerald green or mustard yellow
Bet on the revival of embroidery, knitting, crochets, and macramés. This trend has returned to be in vogue in decoration and clothing. Colourful carpets with geometric patterns and vibrant colours contrast with contemporary furniture and clean lines.
Give personality to your home by combining different colours, textures, and patterns. Do not be afraid to risk different things that add unique details to your home.
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Rhapsody Collection by Aldeco
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Textile Trends inspired by Water
Cutting-edge biological research into algae in fabrics, dyes derived from bacteria, bioplastic yarns, and silks that originate from filaments abandoned by underwater fauna, are applied to the market’s production trends.
Fibres regenerated from a cellulose
like viscose and acetate are in the foreground in the construction of technical materials. Fabrics from sailing such as the spinnaker, Kevlar, ripstop and Vectran are used to interpret new micro wool and cotton structures with outdoor constructions of breathable soft-shell material.
Water-repellency and breathability are fundamental characteristics. In contrast to these technical aspects are aquatic fluidity, transparency, aspects of corrosion such as on marine antiquities, crystallisations on pleats and cellular decorations.
Shirting is transformed into chambray armour with micro jacquard stripes, poplin and Oxford combined with a silky touch. Nautical-inspired lines and ropes are used in jacquard decorations. Denim is washed and worn with saline processing.