In 2019, colour trends include more muted natural hues as well as rich jewel colours. Pantone have announced their colour of the year as ‘Living Coral’ – a bold and vibrant colour. Dulux have also launched their paint colour of the year ‘Spiced Honey’ which follows the concept of warm, natural tones.
Vintage trends are predicted to continue influencing interior décor throughout this year. Geometric patterns will also still be seen in homeware product ranges. Pure white kitchens are said to be decreasing in popularity as people look to add pops of colour with textiles, accessories and statement features.
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Reacting to trends with digital textile printing
Digital textile printing is a great way of reacting to these trends. Tea towels are a cost-effective product, that everyone has in their homes. They are perfect for printing with designs to reflect contemporary colours and patterns. Tea towels are a great way to test adding textiles products to expand an existing range. Other products, like aprons and double oven gloves can also be digitally printed produced to coincide with kitchen décor trends.
As well as interior décor trends, printed textiles are often influenced by clothing, stationary and other areas of design. As the geometric trend continues, we expect homeware items to embrace this style. To co-inside with nature inspired colour pallet for 2019, we can also expect to see classic animal and floral inspired prints with a twist. This is predicted to be alongside more vibrant and less structured tie-dye, kaleidoscopic imagery in fashion.
Over the past few years there has been an increase in fashion brands adding homeware items to their ranges. We can expect to see this impact on homeware with more frequent seasonal changes to products. Digital printing enables short runs of cushion covers to be produced which means that you can react to these changing styles. It’s also possible to create limited edition runs in different colourways.
If you would like to add textiles to your current product range, but don’t know where to start, we have lots of information on our website. We have information on choosing the best print method for your designs, but you can also call us on 01642 777980. You can also contact us by email here.