Lisburn, Northern Ireland – New collections from Ulster Weavers feature designs inspired by the landscapes of Northern Ireland.
The 140-year-old textile manufacturer will officially introduce its new-look kitchen textiles and table linens at this year’s Spring Fair, the UK home and gift show.
Tablescaping is a new addition to the collection and includes a range of linen placemats, napkins and table runners designed and handcrafted locally in Northern Ireland.
Also new is a range of eco-friendly linen cloths. The polishing and cleaning cloths are constructed with hollow fibers to be fast drying, highly absorbent and lint-free. Machine washable, they contain no plastics.
“Our new eco-friendly kitchen textiles and table linens combine traditional craftsmanship and heritage with the latest trends. These products are designed to support the conscious consumer to live their life more sustainably,” said Annie David, head of innovation at Ulster Weavers.
Marking a period of change for the brand, Ulster Weavers’ new collections will be launched alongside its soon-to-be-revealed home furnishings range the fair, which takes place Feb. 6-9 in Birmingham. Ulster Weavers will be located in Hall 6, Stand 6D10.
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