Buying new furniture can be tricky and among the many important considerations your customers have is to choose the right fabric. Fortunately, it is easier for them to choose when your manufacturing company is up to date with the latest trends in furniture fabrics. The right decision can add vibrancy to your customers’ interior design and there many trends to watch for.
With that in mind, we are going to take a look at some of the latest trends in furniture fabrics:
Grey fabrics are becoming more popular because it gives the option to choose from a wide range of different shades. Soft furnishings with grey fabric may look practical and sophisticated and it will fit in many interior designs. An emerald green fabric denotes luxury and it works with both contemporary and classic designs. Navy blue fabric is suitable for furniture made of natural materials, such as bamboo, wood, and rattan. Pink can make a real statement in interior design because it is a welcoming and warm colour and white furniture is elegant and it works great with bolder colours.
Furniture with plush and rich velvet fabric is here to stay. Homeowners will be much bolder with their selections of materials and colours in the upcoming year. Linen is a popular choice for living room fabric and richly woven and luscious linen can create an earthy texture and relaxed feel. Quality linen will make your furniture look more natural, especially if you choose long lasting and hardwearing fabrics. Alternatively, you can choose a leather-like fabric. Pleather or plastic-based faux leather is made of polyurethane or vinyl, which gives furniture an enduring look.
We are seeing more demand for eco-friendly, biodegradable, and recyclable materials. Furniture designers are striving to incorporate sustainable fabrics and materials into their latest collections. Eco-friendly fabrics for furniture can be made of flax, cotton, hemp, wool or bamboo fibre. A sustainably lifestyle is already at the forefront of current trends and customers are eager to maintain their responsibility. Responsible producers have ongoing commitment to produce furniture with ethical, timeless and durable design.
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To learn more about the latest trends in furniture fabrics, contact Create Fabrics today and speak with a fabric expert who will assist you and answer any questions you might have.
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