As a specialist in velvet production, we continuously exploring the market for trends. Every year our designers and trend watchers make a new trend mailing, with fabrics and colours that will be a trend in the next years.
VELVET FUSION 2017-2018
See here our exclusive FUSION trend pack for 2017 – 2018.
For this edition, our design team dedicated the trend pack to “fusion”. Interior styles more and more fuse with each other and different styles are being mixed in one interior.
Coral Fusion is the most cosy and sensorial style, with warm caramel shades, whiskey-, cognac- and burgundy tones, combined with purple.
Serene Fusion consist of energizing and stimulating colours of warm greens, sandalwood grey tones, combined with sunny metallization's.
Elevated Fusion is combination of dark colours with iconic black tones and a shiny jewel colour to create eye catching interiors.
Tranquile Fushion can be translated into a relaxed, bohemian style with mysterious faded blues, minty whites and powdery golds.
VELVET TRENDS 2010-2011
VELVET TRENDS 2009-2010
The trend Generous world is about generosity and being able and willing to give and to share, with cosy brown colours, combined with bright red.
Celebration world is about luxury and maturalism, with dark shades of black, brown, bordeaux and blue.
Steel blue, petrol patinas, hammered blues and dark grey are colours in the Craftman's world trend, which is about the beauty and originality of products.
Sustainability is high on the agenda and we live in an Eco world. In this trend you can find colours of whites, beiges and blue/grey glacier tones, combined with a statement ocher colour.
The trend New classics, chicest of chic, contains dark, rich colours and only the best of velvet qualities in colours of jade greens, blues and purple.
The style Home basics, home chic home is about transforming your interior into a warm, cosy and chic interior with honey-yellow, ochre en green colours.
Red, purple and pink are the colours of the trend Modern living, power chic. A trend where velvet is used in modern interior for a trendy touch.
Natural elegance, delicate chic, is a trend of a subtle blend of golden shades and patterned velvets. All to get a dreaming, poetic interior.
VELVET TRENDS 2008-2009
VELVET TRENDS 2007-2008
The trend New classics, vivere optimus, is a colour scheme with dark colours, combined with shiny earth colours and one colour accent for a personal touch.
The style Home basics, green chic is about nature and a warm, cosy interior, with many shades of green, combined with accents of purple and red.
Neon colours are the colours of the trend Modern living, second life. Blue, green, orange, red and purple, all combined to create a mind blowing, colourfull interior.
Natural elegance, my dear, is a trend of nostalgic romance and a soft colour palette with pink purple, bone white and a full palette of nude shades.
In Modern living, urban night, are velvets used in artificial styles, with bright neon colours like green, combined with dark, rich colours like brown, blue or purple.
New classics, greetings from russia, is about rich, warm and shiny colours, to achieve a glorious style. Colours as brown, dark green and dark purple are used in this trend.
Home basics, passion for red, is devoted to red, the roots of velvet. Warm colours as red and violet, combined with a touch of gold.
Honesty and purity are the inspiration for Natural elegance, honesty. Colours like ice crystals, marble, pearls and weathered wood are used in these interiors.
VELVET TRENDS 2006-2007
The trend Home basics, souvenirs, is about bringing a diversity of colours into one interrio, with colours like orange, red, petrol, green and brown.
New classics, hotel, is inspired by colours of metal, like dark grey, purple, blue, green and brown and represent the atmosphere of a modern lobby.
Lighten up your life is the trend of Bright living, cocktail. Bold, neon colours like pink, red, blue, yellow and green, all combined togehter.
The elegance of the trend Natural elegance, ice crystals, is about shiny perfection, with tones of vanilla, pearly whites, pinks, diamond blue, frost and whiskey.