ORLANDO, Fla. — Nice Link Home Furnishings, a leading upholstery fabric producer, will introduce its first sustainable fabric line as part of its four-collection debut at ITA Showtime, Nov. 14-17 in High Point.
The Nice-N-Eco collection helps reduce plastic bottle waste by using 30% recycled fibers in its diverse line inspired by vibrant colors and natural elements of design. The recycled fibers come from internationally recognized brand Repreve.
Nice-N-Eco features patterns inspired by nature, rounded out with matte chenille textural body cloths and soft, durable boucle with the complete range of colors.
“More people are interested in eco-conscious products, but they also want style and comfort in their home,” said Jay Carlson, Nice Link president. “ We are very pleased that Nice-N-Eco is a sustainable solution that also represents the high standards for fabric design and quality.”
In addition to Nice-N-Eco, Nice Link is expanding its print design collection with the launch of First Impressions, which ranges from contemporary Southwest to fresh watercolor prints.
Material Matters is a new collection “all about the wow,” said Stephanie Puckett, vice president of design. The group;s assortment of patterns and colors offers lush and dramatic texture, complex design and construction, stria specialty warp, velvet-like body cloths and more.
The four new offering for Showtime is Woven Tales, which uses Nice Link’s high-efficiency looms and assortment of high tech polyester yarns to create durable patterns.
Nice Link Home Furnishings is located on the 10th floor of Market Square Textile Tower.