Edmund Bell has announced that it will be exhibiting at Heimtextil this month, where three new products that redefine contract fabrics in modern interior design will be revealed…
The first in the new fabric trifecta from Edmund Bell, Unity commands attention with its sophisticated, fashionable, and matte finish. This double-sided blackout fabric boasts vibrant colouration on both surfaces, ensuring an impeccable 100 per cent blackout effect. Its plush and velvety texture provides a luxurious touch, while the generous width offers exceptional versatility. Beyond its role in window decor, Unity proves its multifunctional prowess by effortlessly dividing larger spaces and enhancing acoustic properties. The discerningly curated palette encompasses a harmonious blend of warm and cool neutrals, an intriguing array of contemporary greens, and the striking contrast of deeper, bolder shades.
Crush is an upholstery fabric that embraces the allure of vintage textures, effortlessly radiating an easy-going charm that seamlessly complements contemporary interiors. With the enchanting touch of chenille yarns, it masterfully captures and elevates the shabby chic aesthetic. The colour palette presents a blend of timeless neutrals such as Chalk and Mink, accompanied by the inviting warmth of Copper and Henna, and infused with the refreshing vibrancy of Denim and Sage. These harmonious hues unite to bestow a touch of opulence upon every living space.
Third on the list, Maverick, a decorative blackout made from recycled yarns, derives its creative impetus from the rich tapestry of nature’s textures, seamlessly intertwining slub profile threads with flat threads to craft intricate gnarled knots and a textural ruggedness. It represents a fabric of enduring thoughtfulness and timeless appeal, boasting an exceptionally soft handle. What truly distinguishes this fabric is its steadfast dedication to environmental responsibility, excluding the blackout coating, it is crafted entirely from 100 per cent recycled polyester. The captivating colour palette is a testament to its versatility, encompassing both warm and cool neutrals, sophisticated shades of green, classic denim and indigo, and a contemporary infusion of blush and copper tones.
The Edmund Bell stand at Heimtextil also promises an exclusive glimpse into the textiles that will soon be available in late 2024/2025. It’s an exciting chance to get a sneak peek at the new fabrics and designs that will be hitting the market in the near future.
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