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Concertex launches new digital print Plume

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Oct '20
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Pic: CONCERTEX
With demand for comfort in design, Concertex has transformed the traditional characteristics of coated fabrics with a new digital print named Plume. Concertex develops products for the hospitality, healthcare, and contract markets. It specialises in six product categories; textiles, coated fabrics, wallcovering, wall tiles, drapery and acoustic solutions.

The peaceful pattern joins the performance driven line with grace. Designed to mimic the beautiful, tactile qualities of a woven, Plume resembles the look of a textile while upholding the high-performance, bleach cleanable qualities of a vinyl, according to a press release by the company.

Reminiscent of feather and fern, Plume’s organic motif lends the 52” upholstery pattern a lighter than air appearance. The digitally printed vinyl’s soothing design mimics the striking repetitions found in nature. Boasting over 250,000 double rubs and offering a graffiti-free finishing, Plume is bleach cleanable for a wide range of applications. Offered in six calming colourways, the design is mildly embossed for added interest. Plume’s elegant style effortlessly blends in with senior living facilities, waiting room lobbies, and brings comfort into the workplace.

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