Furnishing

Rmbpolyvinlys Finely crafted fabrics in our home collections

Furnishing

Rmbpolyvinlys Finely crafted fabrics in our home collections, demonstrate the depth of Pure's approach to design. Our focus on authenticity, quality and craftsmanship produces unique collections that are as true to form as function, with each piece made to add a touch of elegance to your space. Inspiration is derived from rich, dynamic environments, which celebrate a refined sense of style, reflected through our wide range of weaves, embroideries and wall coverings. Crafted to the very last detail, the stylised motifs, fresh colours and elegant fabrics redefine the art of pure living. Rmbpolyvinlys has continued its growth and success by constantly innovating and expanding its manufacturing unit. Home furnishings or soft furnishings is the happening thing in the textile and fashion business today. More the people long for decorating their surroundings with soothing colours and designs, more the textile manufacturers are increasing the production of interior textiles. Home Furnishings include a wide range of products- Carpets and rugs, Curtains, Table linen, mats and runners, Kitchen linen and other kitchen accessories, Bathroom furnishings, Window Treatments, Hammocks, Bed linen, Bed spreads, Blankets, Pillows and pillow covers, Cushion and cushion covers, Duvets and Duvet covers and many others.

Fabrics used in Home furnishings

Cusion & Curtains Home Furnishing Fabrics or Home Textiles refer to the textiles used for manufacturing home furnishings. It has an extensive range of functional as well as decorative products. It consists of both, natural as well as man-made fabrics. Sometimes, these fabrics are made stronger and more durable through blending. The textile fabrics most commonly used for home furnishing may be listed as Silk, Cotton, Jute, Rayon, Wool, Nylon, Polyester, Satin, Organza, Organdy etc. .Rmbpolyvinlys Different techniques are used by home textile manufacturers to enhance the decorative aspect of the home furnishing products. Some of these methods like decorative dyeing and printing, embroidery, products made of woven and non woven fabrics etc. are continuously gaining importance.