Seen at the fall Interwoven Textile Fair

HIGH POINT — This week, Home News Now visited a number of fabric manufacturers and importers at the fall edition of Interwoven. There, we saw some of the latest styles, patterns and colors in both fabric and leather that will make their next major appearance on upholstery shown at the April High Point Market.

Below is a glimpse of what we saw offered from multiple vendors representing various style segments and product lines ranging from body cloths to pillows and other accents.

Anthem Leathers showcased a mix of new hides in different colors and finishes at its space in the Pavilion on the fifth floor of Market Square Textile Tower.

BellaHome showcased about 75 new patterns, some of which were shown with some existing patterns that buyers may not have seen at the last show this past spring.

These are some of the new body cloths and accent fabrics seen on various pillows that Nice Link Home Furnishings showed at its showroom in Market Square Textile Tower.

King Textiles LLC debuted about 75 new fabrics, including new patterns shown here in its showroom in the Home Fashions Resource Center.

Crest Leather showed a number of new hides across various lines at its showroom in the Home Fashions Resource Center in downtown High Point.

Customers are seen looking at new fabrics at Threadology, which showed in the Pavilion on the fifth floor of Market Square Textile Tower.

Bryan Sprinkles, of John Thomas Furniture, reviews new fabric patterns at Culp for upholstered dining chairs in the company’s solid wood dining line. The company selects patterns that complement its various wood finishes.

This is a selection of some of the new leathers shown at JBS USA Leather Inc., which has tanneries in Vietnam, Brazil and Italy. It shows in the Home Fashions Resource Center at 312 S. Hamilton St.

This is the entrance to the Revolution STI showroom in the Home Fashions Resource Center. Some of its featured patterns are seen on upholstery and accent pillows as well as on the dress featured below.

Milliken & Co.’s showroom on the fourth floor of Market Square Textile Tower featured new patterns in both indoor and outdoor furniture fabrics, some of which are displayed on pillows and body cloths in this section of its space.

Outdura showcased a selection of fabrics that are made from 100% solution-dyed acrylic that helps provide UV resistance and durability, making them suitable for indoor and outdoor use. 

RM Coco showed a wide range of new and inline patterns at its space in the Pavilion on the fifth floor of Market Square Textile Tower.

Thomas Russell

Home News Now Editor-in-Chief Thomas Russell has covered the furniture industry for 25 years at various daily and weekly consumer and trade publications. He can be reached at and at 336-508-4616.

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