Designer and Interior Fabrics and Applications in Contemporary Design
Designer, Outdoor, and Woven Fabrics in Upholstery
Designer fabrics and outstanding interior fabrics are a key category at ICFF and a vital part of any successful design project; whether in luxury residential, high end commercial, five star hospitality, or in remarkable visual merchandising for better retail.
Our exhibitors present a plethora of interior fabrics for your review, such as all the naturals in cotton, linen, wool, silk, rayon all on the floor in an array of bright colors and subtle shadings. Don’t miss all the possibilities in outdoor fabric blends with synthetics like acrylic, polyester, nylon, olefin, and polypropylene.
Browse through a sea of woven fabrics, produced both by jacquard and dobby, velvets, non-woven, prints and even knits to find the texture that exactly suits your next design project.
Get inspired by all the innovation in designer fabrics in every pattern possible, check out body cloths, jacquards, paisleys, geometrics, stripes, plaids, frames, chair patterns, novelties, ethnic, or prints.
Find just the right interior fabric for all of the drapes, wall coverings, or custom furniture design, pillows, and throws, for your next high end residential project.
Be sure to check out all the options in synthetics, blends and designs for use in outdoor fabric applications.
Hospitality space designers can peruse all the interior fabric options that could be specified for use throughout a five star hotel project in all of its applications in custom furniture, wall coverings, bed covers, drapes, outdoor furniture, umbrellas and so much more.
High end commercial project designers will find fabric solutions to the most difficult design challenges.
Interior designers should plan some time to attend ASID sessions addressing trends in fabric design and new applications for modern upholstery fabrics. Architects, designers and developers as well as visual merchandisers should be aware of those ICFF Talks held right on the show floor that address emerging new uses for interior fabrics in contemporary design for interiors.