Topic: Fabric and Textiles
On the event’s second and final day, Hotel Management caught up with various exhibitors to learn about the latest in hospitality design.
The company added new Global Organic Textile Standard-certified, 100 percent organic cotton sheets to its EcoSleep collection.
The textile collection reimagines Bauhaus prints that were popular during the 1970s to create seven complementary designs.
Inspired by the continuous movement of water, the collection of indoor/outdoor textiles include eight new fabrics.
Providing a new spin on conventional plaids, the textile collection is available in a range of dark colors and patterns that can be mixed and matched.
The textiles supplier has acquired the Warrenville, Ill.-based wholesale distributor to expand its business in the Upper Midwest.
The collection includes the mulberry charmeuse silk sheet set and the organic bamboo sheet set.
The collection's three iterations—Pyramide du Soleil, Earthlight and Eclipse—are based on the theme of the interplay of opposites.
The collection has three patterns—Arrow, Creek and Leone Plus—that are available in 26 colors.
Milliken Specialty Interiors introduced a range of new fabrics, including a jacquard pattern and cotton-linen blends.