Where and how to use patterns?

Where and how to use patterns?

If you look around yourself, you’ll notice that patterns are used very widely: you’ll find them on the clothes that you wear, in interiors there you live as wallpapers and blankets, on paper napkins that you use during a picnic, on the seat in a tram or a bus, on the the packaging of your food, just to name a few.

A deadline is a deadline

A deadline is a deadline

We take each and every pattern request seriously, and offer first-class project management what comes to pattern designing there the dead lines are respected.

Interior designers and architects need patterns too

Interior designers and architects need patterns too

We would like to introduce an easy-to-reach pattern design service, which is created especially for interior designers and architects. For testing it in practice we would need a couple of brave interior designers/coordinators or architects to work with. Any volunteers among our blog readers?

The visual effect of pattern families

The visual effect of pattern families

Our textile designers design not only single patterns, but also pattern families. The patterns are great as such, each individually, but as a family they create combinations which are visually very effective for retail as they collect the attention of people who see them.

Developing business at Heimtextil 2017

Developing business at Heimtextil 2017

The biggest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, Heimtextil, was held in Frankfurt Germany in January 10-13 2017. As last year, we had our own booth there we could easily meet with our customers. It was great to see and meet with all the new faces,...

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