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8th May 2014

Product developments and innovations in the home textiles market, April 2014 edition

Report summary

This report analyses some of the latest developments and innovations in the home textiles market, including: antimicrobial fabric finishes; carpet recycling; colour trends; cushions; environmentally friendly fabrics for home textiles; environmentally friendly polymers; fabric coatings; fibrefill; floorcoverings; furniture; heat reflective yarn dyes; mattress products; new collections; new materials; trend forecasts; upholstery fabrics; wallcoverings; and window coverings.

The report includes news from the following innovative companies, individuals and other organisations: Alain Gilles, Aquafil, Bayer MaterialScience, BuzziSpace, Carnegie Fabrics, Carpet Recycling UK (CRUK), Cassina, CF Stinson, Clariant Masterbatches, Daniel McLaughlin, Eco Filling Australia, EMPA (Eidgenössische Materialprüfungs und Forschungsanstalt-the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology), Erfurt, Hook & Loom Rug Company, Huntsman Textile Effects, Interface, Invista, Latex International, Marina Mill, Meike Harde, Neschen, Outlast Technologies, Pantone, Philippe Starck, Polartec, ReCom Technologies, Rennovia, Sanitized, Scott Jones, Solidwool, Steven Alan, The Formary, Ultrafabrics, Zhejiang Furun Textile Company and Zoological Society of London (ZSL).

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Publisher: Textiles Intelligence

31 pages, published April 2014

Report price: Euro 600.00; US$ 785.00

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