Edmund Bell announces that it is time to Reset

Edmund Bell, a leading provider of high-quality textiles, has announced the launch of its groundbreaking new product, RESET. Representing a significant step forward in sustainability, it is the very first blackout fabric made from recycled yarns, reflecting the brands commitment to environmental responsibility and innovation…

bedroom with sand coloured floor to ceiling curtains and a floral patterned headboard

RESET by Edmund Bell showcases an exciting blend of new materials, seamlessly combining texture and structure to create a soft, tactile wool look. Its aesthetic character is confident and refined, offering a timeless appeal that effortlessly complements any contract environment. The remarkable feature of the fabric lies in its composition, as the face fabric is crafted entirely from 100 per cent recycled polyester, with an impressive overall recycled content of 57 per cent.

One of the standout aspects of the range is its versatile colour palette. Featuring a range of warm and cool neutrals, including ash, mist, pumice, storm, chalk, natural linen, and clay, the collection provides an abundance of options to suit any design scheme. In addition, the palette includes stylish flat greens such as tarragon, thyme, forest and caper, as well as popular choices like denim, indigo and mineral.

“We are thrilled to introduce RESET, our first blackout fabric made from recycled yarns,” said Fiona Napier, Sales Director, Edmund Bell. “This revolutionary product represents a significant milestone in our ongoing sustainability efforts and showcases our commitment to providing eco-friendly solutions without compromising on quality or style. RESET offers not only a soft and luxurious feel but also a compelling story of environmental stewardship.”

detail of sheer and blackout curtain hemline on wooden floor

Image credit: Edmund Bell

RESET is more than just a blackout fabric, it’s a symbol of Edmund Bell’s dedication to sustainable innovation. By incorporating recycled yarns into its production, the environmental impact of the textile industry is reduced and a circular economy is encouraged. The fabric’s super soft handle and timeless aesthetic make it a perfect choice for various contract applications, including hospitality, healthcare and commercial spaces.

an office setting with seating divided from work area by floor to ceiling curtains in contract dimout fabric

Image credit: Edmund Bell

Edmund Bell is also soon launching DUO, a double-sided dimout fabric, again constructed from recycled yarns. Duo is perfect for the contract sector and being double-sided, means it can be used as a room divider or give a different feel to the external architecture when used for window coverings.  Edmund Bell continues to prioritise sustainability and push the boundaries of eco-friendly textile solutions. RESET and DUO are a testament to the company’s ongoing commitment to creating innovative products that address the needs of both customers and the planet.

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Main image credit: Edmund Bell