Vol. 59 Trend Alert.

Vol. 59 Trend Alert.

For people who are interested in being updated and finding what will be in trend in the coming years, you have come to the right place, since today we bring the textiles that will be used a lot in the year 2023/2024.

Plain weaves, traditional herringbone, stripes, velvets and natural fiber fabrics will be trendy for homes.

One of the main characteristics that users look for in products and fabrics is that they are durable, of quality and that they give peace of mind.

They look for textiles that encourage touch and relaxation through tactile qualities such as slub, loop and blended yarn types.

The main fabrics or fabrics will be:

Classic whites

If you are a minimalist person, this trend is ideal for you.

The canvas, white and raw colors are back. We know that this color has never gone away, as it is truly versatile, essential and combinable, since it is easy to decorate with other colors and is so crucial that it will never go out of style.

These types of tones create spaces that convey a feeling of cleanliness and calm in the home. Maintaining these types of feelings are important, especially in rooms such as bathrooms and bedrooms.

These fabrics will be seen much more on all-white towels, bedding, fitted sheets, towels, blankets, and cushions.

rustic naturals

According to Rerooted Nature from A/W 22/23 they mention that natural materials, fibers and colors provide a comforting connection with the outdoors.

For the following years, fibers of plant origin will be a sensation, mainly hemp, eucalyptus, sisal, jute or cotton. Also, handmade textile collections will be booming, as it adds more value to the objects and provides an authentic narrative.

Light fabrics will be seen a lot in designs of transparent curtains, bedding and for cushions, blankets, footboards and table runners, they will be heavier fabrics. In addition, they will have a corrugated, aesthetic finish that gives the appearance of wrinkles.

Cottons and linens that have corrugation

Playing with the different densities and weights of cotton and linen when making the fabric is of utmost importance.

Making the fabric look wrinkled and dyed piece by piece (that is, putting the fabric completely in the pot instead of dyeing thread by thread will generate a worn effect that will highlight the fiber).

This type of fibers will be seen a lot in cushions and pillows, dinner napkins or blankets.

Earthy colors will be a hit, especially earthy neutrals like greens, terracotta, and rust.

Granites and appearance of spots on grains

This effect on fabrics gives the appearance that stains or dots are visible on a flat surface in certain areas of the textile and creates greater texture.

This type of fabric is being widely used in residential and commercial environments, since different effects are created through the different colors and weight of the threads. In addition, they work very well on large, flat surfaces so they are ideal for upholstery, curtains, bedspreads or rugs.

If what you want is to obtain robust products that feel soft to the touch and comfortable, use this effect on wool, brushed cotton or felted fabrics.


A key textile direction for A/W 22/23 is bouclé , especially for the furniture industry since it brings multi-sensory elements to the home.

This one encourages comfort and feel using loop yarns in different densities. However, try to use light fabrics for curtains and thick fabrics for armchairs, rugs or cushions.

This type of fabric looks great in neutral or pastel tones, since it is easier to combine them this way and keep them looking timeless.

Velvets and wools

Velvets in smooth or ribbed fabrics (knitted fabric that has a springy appearance or has stripes, it is in the photo in the right corner with folded colored fabrics) offer softness, discreet elegance and elevate furniture or spaces, whether that provide a lot of style.

This category is being used a lot through inspiring pastel and brighter tones to give a touch of the use of velvet or plush appearance.

On the other hand, corduroy will be widely used in interior or very thick effect padding to provide comfort to spaces, especially in carpets.


(twill is a type of basic fabric for flat weaving, in case you ask what it is, say that it is a fabric for fabric that is always seen diagonally and can create rhombuses, grooves, dot and return lines, etc. it all depends of the ligament)

This type of fabric has never gone out of fashion, but the effects of Tweed (a type of weave and a fabric they also call it that way), herringbone, Batavian twills (another weave that is knit and return as seen in the photo below ) are back, because they create a homely atmosphere, with influences drawn from rural-style men's fashion.


Stripes are back to offer tranquility, vintage and rural styles in spaces through canvas fabrics and faded colors.

You should play with high and light tones, thick stripes and thin lines to create balance.

The ideal colors for these fabrics are monochromatic (same color different tone i.e. strong blue, light blue, navy, etc.) blues that produce a nautical direction along with whites, creams, beige and browns and even contrasting colors such as yellows.

Information taken from WGSN, trend forecasting company of the parent organization Ascential.


Author | Jimena Chavez  

"This information is for reference only, to obtain precise details about the use, qualities and care of our products, it is necessary to consult directly with your seller before making a purchase or receiving recommendations."


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