Trends In Furnishings Fabrics

RR Decor brings you the latest trends in interior fashion and introduces you to various patterns in fabrics available. 

Words by: Amisha Shirgave

Due to the challenging times we’re going through, people have new found interest in natural fibres and are keen to know more about the varieties available and this might continue for upcoming years too. People who understand furnishing fabrics are veering away from polyesters and synthetic materials. They’re getting more inclined towards using cotton, linen and viscose fabrics. People are particularly fond of linens. The demand for linen fabrics has soared, whether it's linen jacquards, printed linen, or embroidered linen.

Velvets are another tried-and-true option that will never go out of style. They are adaptable, cost-effective, and add a rich feel to any space with their velvety appearance. They simply up the glam factor of any piece of furniture they cover, whether it's a sofa, a bed, or a chair. Velvets come in a variety of prints and patterns, as well as textures, allowing for a wide range of design possibilities. For the next few years, the Indian home furnishing sector will undoubtedly be dominated by velvets.

Prints are also popular right now, and we have cause to expect that they will continue to be so in the future. Prints are a consumer favourite because of their vibrancy and delicacy. They are also cost-effective and have a quick delivery rate. Printing allows you to create whatever design, pattern, or theme you want, and you can be as creative as you want with the colours you use. You can even achieve the current trend of water colour effects. Printed fabrics will be the key selling feature in the next years, thanks to the wide range of stylistic alternatives. 

Now who doesn’t like a floral pattern? Floral designs, including classical iconography such as Mughal style floral patterns, vines, and motifs, are also in high demand. They are a timeless accent to any decor, rendered in current colors. RR Decor makes sure you are introduced to varieties of floral designs.