From Home Furnishing Business
Nice Link Home Debuts Collections at Interwoven, May 21-24
Nice Link Home Furnishings, supplier of fabric upholstery, looked to the roots of its 24 years in the business for the debut of two dynamic collections at the upcoming Interwoven, May 21-24.
The Avant Garde collection takes center stage as a daring line that pushes the boundaries of conventional design. Perfect for those seeking a modern look for their spaces, this collection has appeal for the young and stylish, who want to add a touch of modern flair, while also offering designs sure to attract attention, along with rich textures and soft pastel colors for a younger lifestyle.
“We’re returning to our roots with this season’s introductions. Avant Garde represents what Nice Link is known for,” said Doug Henderson, vice president of residential upholstery fabrics.
“Our long-time customers will recognize it as soon as they see the patterns, colors and textures. Meanwhile, new eyes to our designs will undoubtedly find what they’re looking for because we’re known for diversity and unique elements across all our lines.”
Also in the spotlight is the Global View collection inspired by a mix of cultures, featuring intricate designs and eye-catching motifs and patterns in a range of historical colors, from warm earth tones to deep jewel hues, that are sure to bring a touch of charm to the home.
Global View also features an array of updated ethnic patterns that draw inspiration from cultures around the world. From traditional motifs to modern, geometric designs, this collection can bring a warm and well-traveled look and feel to the space.
The blending of these diverse elements creates an eclectic look with a touch of sophistication and elegance in the home.
“The concept of coming home to our roots also feels right for a company that has been in the industry almost 25 years. Nice Link started as a cut-and-sew resource and steadily grew into a leading upholstery fabric resource to top U.S. brands,” said Henderson.
Nice Link showroom is located in the historic Market Square Textile Tower, 10th floor.