CC Pardawala comes with latest trends for curtains & home furnishings products. Large-scale floral, bold prints, metallic’s and eco-friendly fabrics are the hottest trends in Designer curtaining for 2015.
Old meets new, minimalism meets drama and Natural Selfmade meets technology, as the CC Pardawala Curtain Collection aims up for Home Furnishing Products. Dark floral cater to traditional tastes while stylized patterns offer next generation energy. Materials glow with a subtle sheen, and earthy natural textiles combine with metallic elements to provide a contemporary feel.
CC metallic look we are also seeing iridescent and pearlescent finishes to fabrics. We are getting a combination of something quite raw with precious elements – prints on cotton curtains or an earthy fabric with a metallic element to it. Something that you’d consider quite luxurious “the metallic” with something quite earthy like pure cotton base. While designer curtains have been dominated by stainless steel for some time, there’s a move towards gold and copper. Copper stools, guided mirrors and gold products – now it’s merging into our home fabrics.
The shade of gold coming through works well with pastels, which are also big at the moment. Fashion feeds textiles and home furnishing, and home furnishing feeds back into fashion. its push and pull between what’s happening in fashion and then what happens in the home textile market.”
The washed floral designs that have been big in fashion recently are now coming through in furnishing and drapery fabrics. So, too, are large-scale prints, the scale of the print getting bigger and bigger. As society increases its obsession with must-have technological views, we are seeing a desire to unlimited that with nature. Native and exotic flowers, leaves and trees and organic objects are big trends. CC Pardawala offers a design that’s proving very popular in market. It’s a Kutch inspired large-scale print – a sort of painted floral patterns. It’s got that sort of pure natural look to it but then we’ve done it in a red clearway that has a stunning depth in it. The artwork is also self hand-made & painted.
That follows on from our incessant craze for crafts and handmade techniques, and it’s a growing trend in fabrics and home décor too. New wallpapers have hand-drawn elements, as do many textiles. New prints from the CC Pardawala Curtain Collection are no exception. There is this nice hand-painted quality to all the prints With CC Range Curtains are not as precise as when you design on the computer so that it has a nice soft natural look to it.
CC Pardawala love affair with Curtains design, we’re increasingly seeing a range of earthy natural colors complemented with browns, copper and Blackish grays. We’re also seeing an increasing demand for more products with a gentle environmental footprint – natural fabrics like hemp, linen and cotton.
Quite often curtaining fabrics are polyesters because they can withstand temperature ranges and they’re very stable. Natural fabrics can move a lot – they shrink, they can be a little unstable and they are a bit hard to sew and to handle. ‘Green’ design may be popular, but consumers are looking for a more affordable price point for natural fabrics.
“Normally French Pleated Curtains are incredibly expensive but we wanted to make it affordable for people. We are conscious of trying to offer things that are environmentally friendly at an affordable price point. People should be able to buy something like that and not have it cost so much money.”
Texture is big in fashion fabrics and wallpapers and it’s something that’s coming through in curtain things. The Materials need not be dark oranges or yellows to be bold – understated bold suits our relaxed lifestyles. Textures with slight variations stand out on their own.
We come in Some earthy colors and features a textural stripe. It has a two-tone speckle to the yarn, which gives it a nice natural look. Luxury fabrics are always part of the curtaining trend – opulent, ornate fabrics with bold patterns and sumptuous textures. The trend remains popular, but this year’s trends also include sheers – luxury with a twist. Sparkle and glamour cash in on subtlety, playing an understated role in contemporary design.
CC Pardawala curtains introduce a fine metallic stripe which is notable for its slobs, a natural knobby texture similar to raw linen and silk. Another richly designed graphic pastels floral pattern with all the depth and drama of a European-inspired jacquard fabric.