Tana Bana Offers Heimtextil Extras: 2020 Trend Report and New Printing Technique

Heimtextil Held Jan. 7-10

December 20, 2019

MORRISTOWN, N.J. -- Tana Bana, the design company for residential, wallcoverings, and other markets will offer Heimtextil prospects its 2020 trend report and introduce a new printing technique for woven jacquards.

“As customers’ taste-level increases,” Principal Shreenie Vasan says. “It is important for us to be extra specific about what we want to offer.”

A part of Tana Bana's trend report for Heimtextil. 

For the trend report, officials say they’ve done an extensive study of customers at different price points, varying product categories as well as visiting several shows, including Maison & Objet, the home décor fair connecting the international design community.

“We have put down this information in a cohesive manner,” Vasan says. “We are hoping this information helps our customers to focus on product development and save lots of time and effort.”

Principal Shreenie Vasan says he wants to offer specific information for customers at Heimtextil 2020.

Customers will get a free physical copy, or email, of the trend report at Heimtextil [Jan. 7-10, 2020].

Here are a few of the 2020 color trends, according to Tana Bana.
  • Bisque Pink (orange, pink)
  • Warm neutral, camel sands
  • Electric blues
  • Soft jade plus blush
  • Lavender lush
  • Marigold (earthy yellow)
  • Techno mint
Here are a few of the 2020 pattern trends, according to Tana Bana.
  • Fringes
  • Ruffles
  • Quilted looks
  • Shiny sleek
  • Lace
  • Techno looks
  • Iridescent textures
  • 1970s retro looks
  • Day of the Dead
  • Cute fruits
  • Cosmos/ planets/space

Vasan says there needed to be a new way of producing jacquards due to their rising cost.

“We see a big need for prints that look like woven jacquards,” he says. “Hence we created a new line of patterns based out of true fabric simulation with the help of Jacquard software (Pointcarre.com).

“The result is you will get the look of jacquard fabric at the cost of the print.”

Vasan co-founded the company with Susan Ritchie. They named it Tana Bana because it means warp and weft in the Hindi Indian language. They have 12 employees in India, which help in producing about 150 patterns per month.

Tana Bana will be in Hall 3.0, stand B-58, at Heimtextil.


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