2019 Trend

March 19, 2019

Spring finally arrived, and to overcome the harshness of this winter that never ends, we must spice up our decor! This year the Pantone Institute is offering "Living Coral" as the flagship color of 2019. Joyful and vibrant, this shade of orange tinged with pink has everything to cheer up the dullest  decors. Pair it with our Gladys 3002 fabric for even greater impact! Following the trend of oversized flowers, this fabric from our latest spring collection will be the perfect complement to any room to accessorize.

Environmental consciousness has a big influence on fashion trends. The emerald green makes a comeback, whether it is more bluish or rather forest, this color is perfect for creating warm and inviting rooms. It evokes nature, trees and landscapes. This rich and deep shade will ensure the elegance of your space. The imposing foliage, tropical prints and jungle-like botanical designs are taking a growing place in accessories and decor. The shades of green dominate, but it is possible to find them in an assortment of varied colors such as the Jungle pattern shown here in the river color or the Kassim pattern, presented in the color zest.

Seen on the catwalks of the biggest parades, whether from head to toe or as an accent, the plaid, a favorite of unisex and timeless decorations, is increasingly present. Accustomed to the traditional colors, it plays boldly turquoise or fuchsia, these new colors make this classic, a resolutely modern option. See below Tartan and Lyndsay from the latest collection.

Time has come to think about our impact as a consumer; consume less, but consume smarter! Patlin Textiles fits exactly in this line of thinking, creating quality and durable bedding and window coverings. Choosing Textiles Patlin is to ensure the consistency and resistance of what you buy, and this, in a Quebec company that is committed to the conservation of the environment.

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