FIL DOUX TEXTILES HERITAGE COLLECTION INSPIRED BY FAMILY HEIRLOOMS

 

| New York, NY – November, 2016 | The new Fil Doux Textiles Heritage Collection is inspired by the family heirlooms of the company’s team members, and the beloved objects that shape family and culture. From a new take on a grandfather's Scottish kilt to a great-grandmother's refined crochets, the Heritage Collection of fabrics reflects the collective diversity of Fil Doux Textiles and its people.
 

“This collection is a true reflection of Fil Doux Textiles; who we are and where we came from,” says TK of Fil Doux. “It’s refined, warm, and evokes a comfort and nostalgia that we can all relate to.”


The diverse collection—made up of 21 patterns in 70 colors—ranges from wovens to prints on luxe chenille, and includes a series of digitally printed velvets. These chic fabrics take on a sophisticated yet lived-in vintage aesthetic while withstanding the demands of a high-traffic contract or hospitality environment. To achieve this look, the digital print ink is applied on treated woven fabric with high-pressure air so that the ink finds its way into the fibers, which is later sealed with a treatment to ensure longevity.

For more information on the Heritage collection, visit fildoux.com.

 

About Fil Doux Textiles:

Fil Doux Textiles produces timeless, luxurious upholstery and drapery fabrics for the hospitality design and contract furnishings industry. Beginning in Chile with a family-owned mill 80 years ago, today the business—operated by Leonardo Novik—controls two fully vertical mills in Chile and Brazil, allowing personalized customization and a superior lead time on its woven fabrics, sheers, vinyl, leather, and digital textile prints. Fil Doux Textiles’ commitment to always embrace beauty has led the company to introduce game-changing new products to the market, including their eco-friendly Vinylife upholstery and its proprietary counterpart, Pro-Tech, a powerful water-based stain repellent. Fil Doux Textiles upholds significant environmental standards, using wind power, recycling dye water, and reusing fabric for packaging.