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Heimtextil designers compile latest trends in home textile
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According to the designer team of Heimtextil, the trade fair for home and contract textiles, upholstery fabrics, curtains, wallpaper, bed and table linen, etc. trigger feelings in us and inspire us emotionally.

“When customers decorate their homes, they don't just do so without thought. They create an entire world of experience,” they say.

The Heimtextil Designer Team has compiled the latest trends for anyone who is looking for new products and surprising developments at Heimtextil which runs from January 14-17, 2015.

The overarching theme of Heimtextil 2015/16 is ‘Experience’, which includes four major trends which have been defined by the Heimtextil Designer Team for next year's new season.

They include, The Sensory trend which comprises of delicate, somewhat clinically cool colours with beautiful names such as Whisper White, Spa Blue and Moonstruck.

The Mixology trend is marked by contrasting dynamics, bright colours and ethnic patterns.

The Discovery trend seeks to create profound feelings with pronounced fabric structures and colours such as black, purple and silver.

Finally the Memory trend emphasises the picturesque and the romantic, with saturated colours such as True Navy and Scarlet Sage, floral still lives and themes borrowed from history.

“All these textile trends have one thing in common, which is a yearning to satisfy one's desire for well-being and luxury,” say organisers of Heimtextil, Messe Frankfurt.

They add, “Alongside, they also fulfill the principle that aesthetics and functionality always go hand in hand and that one can never be found without the other.”

Heimtextil visitors will be able to obtain a quick overview of the coming seasonal trends at the new Theme Park, the central inspiration area in Hall 4.0.

The creative head of the Heimtextil Designer Team and also the new Theme Park is the Dutch designer Anne Marie Commandeur from the Stijlinstituut Amsterdam. (AR)

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