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Consumers in this era are becoming more conscious of the “go green” concept; this is quite evident in the textile industry as well. Recycled cotton is the latest at gaining demand in the industry for this reason. Let’s have a look at the technicalities of recycled...

Stripes never seem to go out of fashion, and we are excited to see that replicate in the textile industry too. Today we're going to give you a sneak peek into the technique and common types of woven stripes seen in home interiors. Before we go...

It's the new year and with it comes the opportunity to look forward to the Colour Forecast the Home Textile Industry has in store for home across the globe. Below is a quick list of colour palettes that will take over home textiles in 2015. 1....

Jute in home textiles is a great organic supplement to other synthetic fabrics. Jute is produced from plants, primarily ceullose and lignin. It is known to be one of the most affordable natural fibres. Interestingly, they begin by being long, soft and shiny fibre that...

Suede is a very sought after fabric in the textile industry, it has become a way to create a fashion statement for homes around the globe. Suede is known for its smooth and napped finish. It is generally made of the underside of the skin...

Block prints on Home Textiles are popular as Indian specialties around the globe. Block printing has brought ethnic print and patterns on dyed fabric to many-a homes. The most common technique is woodblock printing. Woodblock printing, as the name suggests includes the use of incised wood...

Kilim, as a word still does not have a definite origin. It is said to be a Persian word, or of Mongolian origin. However Kilim as a fabric for rugs was first found in China and now is closely related with Turkish heritage. Kilims have...

Shibori is an ancient Japanese art of dyeing cloth; it is dated all the way back to the 8th century. Although, Shibori was being referred to as a dying art, we are bringing Shibori back for home textiles. Shibori still holds that old world charm...

A table runner is a great way to accessorize your table. It dresses up the centre of the table, running the length, unlike the usual table cloth. This allows for the table's own character to also shine through, especially if you have a great wooden...