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HEMP FLOORING- Nisha Designs
Great addition to the regular flooring we already have. To know more about Hemp Flooring. Please click here. Order your samples and we will return your sample charge once you place the order with us.
Introducing Our Hemp Sheets, Towels and Robes Collection for Home and Hospitality- Nisha Designs
To know more about our Hemp Sheet and Towel Collection and to receive the samples and catalog please message us or call us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 702.622.8321. You can read about our collection here.
INTRODUCING ATHENA FABRIC COLLECTION- NATURAL FIBER FABRICS- NISHA DESIGNS
Athena CollectionOur Athena Collection offers a wide range of fiber blends. Our artisan manufacturers are capable of creating yarns and fabrics from natural fibers, customizing them for each business need. They work with commitment and passion in pursuit of research and continuous improvement of quality. We personally follow every phase of the production process, from the creation of the yarn to weaving and dyeing, to offer our customers a product that reflects our philosophy and their needs. Click here to see our Collections To know more about our spinning, weaving and dyeing services please message us to email@example.com
Hemp Flooring Colors- Nisha Designs
Wool Collection- Nisha Designs
Wool is an extraordinary fibre from nature, whose properties produce extremely high-quality and sustainable fabrics. Obtained from the sheep’s fur, wool is a renewable resource that mankind has been using for more than 8000 years.
Woven fabrics made of wool are equally suitable as upholstery fabrics and as curtain fabrics and are inherently flame retardent. They radiate warmth and cosiness and can have both a cosy and purist appearance.
We have 5 patterns in this collection. We also offer custom development for your own collection. If you have a design and would like to use wool as your fibre and create your own fabric please contact us for more details.
To view our collection and colors please click here.
WOOL ECO TEXTILE FIBERS: Learn about our Magickal qualities and Properties of Alpaca Wool and Sheep Wool.
Please message or call us for samples and any inquiries you may have to Nisha Desai: firstname.lastname@example.org
32 Spectacular Fabrics and Trims Coming to Market This Year- AD- Nisha Designs
From tapestries to cut velvet and shimmery upholstery, here are the fabric and trim trends that will rule 2023
Tired of seeing yet another bouclé-covered sofa? Us too. This year promises a new wave of ideas for fabrics and trims, as seen at Paris Déco Off in January and recent collection previews. Textures have evolved from the nubby options of yesteryear to sleek-piled velvets and woven tapestries. Plus, what’s old is new again as pattern inspirations pull largely from fabric house archives. When it comes to color, bold, full-bodied jewel tones continue to reign, though experimentation with monotonal fabrics and trims make way for inspiring neutrals that are anything but one note. Here are the textiles you’re about to see everywhere in 2023.
Making the Cut
In a departure from the full-scale velvets of years past, this season is all about cut velvet. These touchable textile debuts are at once funky, sinuous, and eye-catching—and in every colorway imaginable. We say pile them on!
Peacock Blue Is the New Neutral
From ruby red and regal plum to refreshing peacock blue, jewel tones prevail in 2023’s collections of fabrics and trims. That avian blue—envisioned in a variety of fabrics and patterns this season—is as entrancing as it is versatile. With appealing options like these, there’s nothing wrong with a little peacocking.
Fresh Takes on Tapestry
Flora and fauna grow rampantly in the latest fabric trend of reviving tapestry and crewelwork from centuries past. Though some brands have opted for more literal interpretations of Flemish verdure tapestry, others have whimsically reimagined woodland scenes and the creatures that inhabit them. As heritage houses comb through their archives, many have chosen to reinterpret historical fabrics. William Morris, for example, created the Bird pattern in 1878 to adorn his drawing room walls at Kelmscott House, and this season Morris & Co. has reproduced the fabric with the original hand-driven jacquard loom production quality.
Meanwhile, French heritage label Braquenié, which Pierre Frey acquired in 1991, celebrates its 200th anniversary with the Anniversaire 1823–2023 collection, featuring more than 50 fabrics, 30 wallpapers, and 10 rugs that draw on the textile maison’s archival documents, as well as those in the heritage collections of the Château de Versailles, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, and the Musée de la Toile de Jouy. Featuring several fabrics directly inspired by tapestry, cross-stitching, and other highly textural woven techniques, the collection launched during Paris Déco Off and made for one of the week’s most memorable events: At Château de Louye, a privately owned castle in Normandy, Braquenié fabrics dressed nearly every interior in marvelously patterned layers for a sumptuous display of French heritage, expertly blending the old and the new.
All That Glitters
Metallic threadwork and cording played a standout role in nearly every collection this season, adding luster to scenes under the sea or inside the forest. And for the more modern-minded, abstract patterns have also been making a splash across showrooms. One thing is certain: In 2023, designers are ready to show up for shimmer.
Toile de Jouy prints and painterly scenics take on new narratives, transporting viewers to lands near and far—whether it’s Nantucket, Lake Como, or a tropical locale.
White on White
The resurgence of monochrome interiors have textile makers toying with new ways to add texture and depth to minimalist palettes. That can mean anything from employing chic tone-on-tone embroideries and fringe-inducing fil coupé techniques to experimentations with weight and sheerness.
Maximalism and historic details continue to dazzle new audiences this year, making it passementerie’s time to shine. In addition to Clarence House’s launch of more than 200 solid-color trimmings—designed to effortlessly complement residential interiors—ombré tassels and ornate Art Deco fringe topped our list of must-sees. Mark these down.
Bast Hemp Fabric Collection- Queen Bastet- Sustainability A Touch of Magick- Nisha Designs
Everything on our planet is a spiritual and magickal creation of Soul Energy. The Creation of The Divine One. Which then manifest physically. Hemp plant is a representation of The Divine One’s Soul Energy. Queen Bastet. Queen Bastet goddess is worshiped in the form of a lioness and a cat. She has the head of a cat and a slender female body. Queen Bastet’s magick is of protection, pleasure, bringer of good health, goddess of the home, domesticity, women’s secrets, fertility, beauty and childbirth. Queen Bastet is the deity that represents hemp plant and everything to do with hemp in its spiritual, magickal, physical attributes and properties.
Stay tuned to discovering our new Bast Hemp Fabric Collection. Our collection is made of hemp and hemp natural fibers. Hemp is a luxurious, lustrous, versatile fiber. We will talk more about Queen Bastet, hemp magick and its inherent qualities as we share our collection with you.
You can read here about our hemp fiber and its magick.
Lets Talk Sustainability-Fossil Fuel- Fracking- Mining- Synthetic ‘Manmade’ ‘Humanmade’ Fibers- Education- Nisha Designs
What is sustainability truly?
It is a process of a product made from the surface of the planet. Every step of the process of making of the product is made from materials found on the surface of the planet. These materials that are found from the surface of the planet are sustainable, they are biodegradable meaning once the products lifespan is over they can go back to earth and decompose easily. These materials found on the surface of the planet are safe for the planet, planets people and its well being. These materials that are found on the surface of the planet have all the qualities needed to create a sustainable product. Hence the planet has these materials for us to create from. These materials that are grown on the surface do not harm the planets well being.
So lets talk about what is harming the planet?
Fossil Fuel, Fracking, Mining, Manmade synthetic fibers.
All synthetic fibers are made from fossil fuel, fracking and mining that are hazardous to the planet and our health and well being. So why is this allowed? Why does a ‘man’, ‘human’ have a need to create different from what is already created for us to live comfortably by the planet? Why do businesses and corporations feel they are entitled and have the right to harm the planet? Why arent they kept accountable? And why arent we demanding transparency truth of the processes? Questioning the businesses and corporations we work with or buy there services and products for there full transpqrency?
Polyester is made from petroleum that is obtained by fossil fuel mining practices. Businesses and corporations are labelling, certifying polyester, recycle polyester and all synthetic fibers as sustainable why? Fossil fuel, mining, fracking is not a sustainble practice. And must be stopped immediately and any product nade from it. The certifying agencies claim it is safe for humans and why are they prioritizing the need, want of a ‘human’ before the planets need, want, requirement? Dont you think logically if we take care of the planet the people will be taken care of? Why are they separating planets needs and the people needs? Have you actually truly seen there recycling processes? And what they are telling you is actually the truth? Are they true to there word on doing the recycling sustainably? No they are not. There have been no codes, no certificate for planet based surface materials why? All of these ways of practicing is by law a felony a crime to misguide the consumers and must be held responsible for there false marketing and false information to the consumers. They must be held accountable to clean up the planet for the mess they have made.
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Hemp to Hardwood-Nisha Designs
How is HempWood® Natural Flooring Made?
The process of creating HempWood® Natural Flooring starts in the field. All hemp is sourced within 100 miles of the factory from local farmers. After the hemp is collected, a plant-based adhesive is used to bind full-length fiber hemp stalks. After the hemp stalks and plant-based adhesive are combined, the material is compressed and baked to form HempWood® Blocks.
From the Blocks, 4mm HempWood® veneers are cut for the top layer of the engineered flooring.
For the substrate, a 5-layer PureBound® Hardwood Plywood is used. The plywood is ethically sourced from Columbia Forest Products, which is located in West Virginia. By using PureBound® Plywood, we are able to maintain our eco-friendly mission and support the American economy.
After cutting the veneers and ripping the plywood, our flooring is assembled with the help of our PUR glue line. After adhering the HempWood® veneer to the Purebond® Plywood, a tongue and groove profile is cut into the flooring.
The boards are then sanded, finished, and surveyed for any blemishes. Our quality control team hand checks each board and ensures that our flooring upholds our standard of hardness, durability, and beauty.