The colour trends are divided into “Wearing” and “Living”, devoting a section to each within the publication. Wearing comprises inspirations and colour trends for garments, footwear and accessories.
The Living section features all colours that will decorate the season’s interior designs.
In “Wearing”, we discover a new process in motion that touches all the generations as well as the fashion system. Manufacturing becomes regenerative and tends to reuse materials and to return the organic ones to the earth, thus ensuring a low impact on the planet. Low sulphide products in the Beamhouse, low BPS/BPF syntans in the wet end, organic-based waxes and polyurethanes in the finishing grant outstanding results on glossy full grain leather, soft and airy floaters, shiny suede and small skins or soft vegetal leather.
In “Living”, we see how the blend of skills and new techniques applied to leather can lead to a (R)evolution in the different areas of our homes.
Mixed materials and saturated colours in the kitchen, leather walls in the hallway, stain proof and water repellent materials in the dining room, bright nubuk and matt full grain floater for voluminous living rooms, shimmering colours and pastel shades on leather beds and wardrobe doors, light & water fastness properties on the outdoor furniture. Our homes can fully benefit from the latest technologies applied on leather.
Being confident that the TFL Colour Trends catalogue will assist you in taking decisions regarding colour trends, we wish you a happy reading.
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