Top Value Fabrics, an industry leader for almost 50 years, has announced its new collection of Home Décor fabrics. Ranging from silky chiffon to vegan leather, the collection of 100 percent polyester fabrics continues TVF’s goal to take customer products, and customer business, to the next level.
Brian Vieweg, TVF’s home textile program manager, and Michael Sanders, director of printable textiles and finishing technology, spearheaded the project, researching and testing fabrics to meet the appropriate standards. Vieweg commented: “This new line of specially designed polyester Home Décor products exceeds all the testing requirements for your design needs, with all certifications on file.”
Improved feel, drape and appeal
Modern polyester has improved significantly and is now a higher-grade fiber: Technological advances have dramatically improved the feel, drape, and look of polyester, so it blends in with more natural and expensive fabrics.
“We engineered these fabrics specifically for Home Décor, to be digitally printed using dye sublimation,” said Sanders. “The benefit of dye sublimation printing is that it results in the finished product possessing a C6 Stain and Soil Release, which is critical for Home Décor.”
After months of research and testing, TVF has chosen base fabrics that deliver pattern clarity, depth, and a handcrafted appeal that also feels good to the touch. The collection of fabrics offers high-quality results in dye sublimation, UV printing and other techniques. Along with polyester, there is also a collection of natural fiber fabrics available.
“These new Home Decor fabrics will amaze with their soft, natural hand,” said Vieweg. “Interior designers will be amazed with the fabric quality and customization that can be achieved through digital dye sublimation printing.”
For more information, visit www.TVFinc.com.