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window coverings products By Alissa Ponchione 1 2 4 1 3 Clear, circular paillettes are hand-stitched in a grid formation to create Sundial, part of the Nature Redefined collection for Weitzner. The handmade panel can be hung as a window shade or layered with a contrasting fabric for a gossamer effect. 2 Fabtex introduces its first in-house contract collection, which includes extra-wide, mostly flameretardant fabrics suitable for roller and panel shades, including fabrics and Venetian blinds. FABTEX.COM 3 Digitally printed Herba from Carnegie are wide-width sheers with a design that features leaves and branches that dissolve into a veil of hazy sheer color. CARNEGIEFABRICS.COM 4 LebaTex's Fundamentals collection showcases 21 patterns including 17 draperies in 135 different colors. Draperies feature 118-inch sheers, crushed velvets, linen-like textures, and fabrics with silk-like qualities. LEBATEXINC.COM WEITZNERLIMITED.COM May 2015 191 http://www.CARNEGIEFABRICS.COM http://www.FABTEX.COM http://www.LEBATEXINC.COM http://www.WEITZNERLIMITED.COM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Hospitality Design - May 2015

Online TOC
From the Editor
Business Sense State of the Industry
Sustainable Studio El Mangroove
Project Breakdown Tuscany Penthouse
Trends Lighting Design
Trends Serviced Apartments
Places Chengdu
Places Dubai
Places Nicaragua
5 Questions for Ingo Schweder
Profile Connie Kolman
Trends Marsala
Window Coverings
HD Expo Preview
From the Show Director
Places Las Vegas
ICFF Preview
ICFF Studio
Drake Devonshire
Baccarat Hotels & Residences New York
Aman Tokyo
Le Cinq Codet
Q&C Hotel/bar
The Goodland
Hotel SP34
Martha Washington
Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge
Urban Cowboy
Vincci Gala
Vino Veritas
The Grey
Stacked at Ozo Chaweng Samui
Bottega Americano
Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co.
Parq Restaurant & Nightclub
Ad Index
Back Space

Hospitality Design - May 2015