Bricos brings texture to fabrics
“The new Windsor blind fabric was released in August and it is already enjoying very positive feedback and there are early indications of it selling well,” says national sales manager Mark Wood.
The Windsor range has two key differences that are “catching the eye” of retailers and their customers, he adds.
“Windsor has both horizontal and vertical textures, which is a step away from the usual horizontal rib styles. Additionally, while we have continued with the very popular mocha colours we’ve also looked to new and emerging colours and included cooler grey tones in the range.
“The combination of the new texture and new colours has the market responding well.”
Bricos also confirms plans to add a brand new window covering concept to its range. This new blind fabric, due for release in November, will be available in a matching curtain fabric.
“Summit is a new jacquard fabric range that offers translucent and blockout colours. It is a versatile 280cm width and suitable for roller, roman and panel glide applications. However, with renewed interest in curtaining, we’ve added an additional element to this range in the form of coordinating curtain fabrics.” Wood says.
The Summit range is suitable for both commercial and residential window coverings, offering seven blockout colours, four translucents with four matching blockout curtain fabrics.
released: Monday, October 29, 2012
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