Colour is key for fabrics and patterns in 1998/199. Solid colours, fake
solids, textures and experimental printing backgrounds are trend-settings.
We have three pattern groups: Strict/lined, Naïve, Stripes.
Border patterns are very much in vogue.
The Heimtextil 1998/1999 colour card splits up into three major categories:
Warm shades, Cold shades, Neutral shades in dark and light.
These colour themes were inspired by cities and countries such as: Morocco, Scandinavia, Long Island, Portugal and Italy. The influences of these countries can be combined with all directions at random.
Whether pareddown, modern futuristic, lavish, ornamental, country or in style mixes.
More options, more new ideas. That’s why new tchnologies and finishes are key
for product, textile and fabric looks in 1998/99. For example coating, gloss,
shrinkage, rubber, matte, shine and fluorescent techniques.
These fabrics and textiles are extremely versatile, you can use them both for ornamental and practical purposes. We have singled out three key groups for fabric trends: transparent fabrics, pile fabrics and relief fabrics.
We have singled out three key groups for fabric trends: transparent fabrics, pile fabrics and relief fabrics.The focus of 1999/98 is on emotions, values and the individuality of human imagination. Countries and their cultures are the source of inspiration: Morocco, Scandinavia, Long Island, Portugal and Italy. These five home decorating directions are translated both into pareddown, modern or futuristic and lavish, ornamental or country styles.