ORLANDO, Fla. (November 26, 2018) – Nice Link Home Furnishings, a leading resource to top furniture brands for upholstery fabric and leather, is featuring Vintage Remix for the modern lifestyle among its four new collections for the upcoming ITA Showtime, Dec. 2-5.
In addition to the headlining Vintage Remix collection, Nice Link will introduce three other distinctively crafted collections from Echo Essentials. Each has unique styling yet broad appeal for its presentation of colors, patterns and textures that capture contemporary aesthetic and blend traditional, ethnic and bold themes. The other collections are named Relax & Recharge, Global Entry and High Drama.
“This season’s collections from Echo Essentials are among the best we’ve brought forward because of the creativity and craftsmanship of each group that truly showcase the talents and heart and soul of our international design team,” said Jay Carlson, Nice Link President.
This featured collection adds character and charm to the home by combining the tactile textures of Cali-Modern with a dash of traditional shaker style. Vintage Remix shows off the contrast of a timeless yet current mix of ethnic and contemporary designs and is inspired by both vintage textiles and mid-century modern geometrics.
“We chose to feature a lilac-indigo coloration that mixes well with whites and gray,” said Stephanie Puckett, Vice President of Textile Design. “The beauty in this collection is really from the closeup detail of intricate weaves mixing with different novelty yarns to create a depth of texture and richness.”
The grouping of the collection is paired with two new value-priced body cloths this season –patterns Amazing and Dream Team. Dream Team has a very dry cotton-like chenille with extremely low pile to create a clean-looking body cloth that is accented by the slubby dobbie warp it is woven on. Amazing looks rich and inviting with its slightly higher pile chenille that reflects light. It is more of a velvet type of chenille that is paired with a matching slub yarn that runs alongside the chenille yarn and accented by a more contrasting textured warp that creates a grasscloth-type weave.
Many of the pillow patterns were inspired by ethnic rugs and tribal designs. Using non-traditional colorations and creating a lot of texture through the complex weaves and fillings, the result is an updated, on-trend look.
Relax & Recharge
This collection is designed to help build a solid foundation to enhance the space and create a restful oasis. The nature motifs such as tropical leaves and over-scaled florals are nicely complemented with more contemporary geometrics. The uplifting color palettes and whimsical nature of these fabrics can inspire equally an outdoor excursion or a relaxing staycation, both to recharge the spirit.
Influences from around the world are captured in this collection that brings the love of adventure home to create a textural and sophisticated room setting. Cultural influences from Asia and Africa are found in Global Entry, composed in a modern way to create an eclectic mix of textures and earthy tones. Today’ lifestyle can hear the whispers of history and traditions from another time and place.
True to its name, this new collection is about bold contrast, saturated colors and the Yin and Yang of the color wheel. High Drama encourages you to make your own rules and mix and match the patterns for a bold statement. Simple geometric fabrics speak volumes here, and this collection gives you permission to be graphic and have fun.
Nice Link will premiere these new collections and more from Echo Essentials in its showroom in Market Square Textile Tower, 10th floor, during Showtime, Dec. 2-5.
About Nice Link Home Furnishings
Nice Link Home Furnishings is a vertically-integrated operation with 1,700 skilled employees across a 1.5-million-square-foot campus in Haining, China. Its world-class operation includes a fabric mill with an in-house team of international designers, cut and sew fabric and leather, and 20 lines of upholstery manufacturing that serve many of the top U.S. manufacturers and retailers.
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