drapilux 195: a fashionable contrast for windows
Alternating wide stripes in contrasting colours create a special effect with this decorative fabric. On the one hand, there are the on-trend colours of curry, powder pink or coral as well as classic aqua and cool grey shades, which are offset by muted grey and neutral tones on the other. This item is available in eight colourways. Consequently, the curtain fits perfectly into the colour world of a modern interior design but sets bright accents at the same time.
drapilux 189: added glamour in the room
Studies have proven: design can play a role in raising well-being and, consequently, in aiding convalescence. The new drapilux article 189 creates a pleasant atmosphere thanks to its modern colour scheme and special weaving technique. The elegance is highlighted by the on-trend colours such as curry, aqua, olive, powder pink and coral. Ground colours, by contrast, have been kept neutral, thereby giving the pattern a certain reticence. This fabric is available in four light and three dark colourways and is ideal for a multiple of uses, i.e. curtains and cushion covers.
drapilux 180: on-trend denim
This new plain-coloured decorative fabric, article 180, features a denim look, a soft feel and is available in a range of modern colours. Among the 34 colourways, there are different shades of trendy aqua, olive, turmeric, orange, vermilion and powder pink, enhanced by an extensive show of 14 neutral and grey shades, creating pure, contemporary elegance. The twill weave – typical for denim fabrics – creates a melange look. A pleasant side effect of this kind of manufacturing: virtually any colour can be produced according to customers’ wishes in relatively small quantities.
drapilux 177: a classic fabric in a new outfit
“This ceiling-high, timeless dimout fabric is the next generation of a classic fabric which, at first glance, appears modest, but on a closer look gives way to multi-coloured, filigree block stripes”, stated Kirstin Herrmann, Head of the drapilux design studio. Four colours have been used, but numerous colours are visible. The secret behind this is that every colour has been combined with another one in a stripe, but also appears as a colour in its own right. The repeat pattern is about 30 cm in width, so that this item is also perfect for small windows such as ones common on cruise ships.