Nice Link Home Furnishings Unveils New Collections at Interwoven Trade Show
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At the upcoming Interwoven trade show scheduled for November 14-16, Nice Link Home Furnishings, a top supplier of fabric upholstery, will showcase its latest design and construction capabilities. The event will introduce the new Cultural Couture and Metropolitan Mix collections, highlighting contemporary design trends and color narratives in the home furnishings sector.
These collections offer a glimpse into emerging color trends with eight distinct color stories. Cultural Couture collection takes inspiration from the global heritage, presenting colorways such as Tribal, which marries warm neutrals with bold black accents, Hickory Fields with its calming mushroom and chestnut tones, and Sandcastle, evoking a classic and approachable style with its soft neutrals.
In contrast, the Metropolitan Mix collection celebrates contemporary design with a selection of color stories that add an organic twist. Primary Passion revitalizes primary colors with a touch of elegance, Terracotta Chalk brings a mid-century serenity, Atmosphere blends cool blues with neutral tones, Freshly Minted offers a lively mix of greens and browns, and Greige Effect harmonizes neutral shades for a tranquil effect.
Expanding its market presence, Nice Link will also introduce 31 new body cloths featuring a range of textures and styles, including boucles, chenilles, and natural linen looks, catering to both promotional and high-end markets.
The showcase will be held at the Nice Link showroom, situated in the historical Market Square Textile Tower, on the 10th floor, marking a significant event for retailers and manufacturers alike.
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.
For more information, visit NiceLinkUSA.com.