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Our exhibitor: Home textile Tkano for the first time at Heimtextil Russia.Digital edition 2020

Aug 24, 2020

Tkano

Tkano is young Russian company and it offers a wide range of home textile products. The idea of creating high quality and stylish items for modern interior was born in 2017. Products are manufactured on the best factories in India, Portugal, Turkey, Lithuania and Russia. While creating the design we are precisely focusing on details, functionality and natural materials.

Brand philosophy is based on a true love for home. House ambience is a reflection of your mood and character. Tkano textile will create the right atmosphere for any occasion. Company really appreciate natural environment so uses eco-friendly materials and add innovative and meaningful design in collections. Designers involved in process of print creation and they inspired by the nature’s beauty of our planet and cultural traditions of different peoples in the world.

Product range includes bed linen, soft rugs, bright textile for bath, kitchen and dining room.

Brand presents five collections: Essential with basic pastel colors and 4 others with prints – Russian North, Cuts&Pieces, Ethnic и Wild.

Russian North collection is based on the motifs of Russian North nature. Cloudberries and ash berries or white moss and cones are embodied in graphics - these prints perfectly fit in kitchen on living room.

Essential collection is made of linen and high-quality cotton and presented in basic colors which perfectly fit in of minimalism and Scandinavian interiors.

Cuts&Pieces is presented in decorative cushions, rugs, bed linen, bath and dining textile and decorated with abstract print inspires by simple household items.

Ethnicmotifs in Ethnic collection are expressed in pompons, fringe, tassels and appliques create right atmosphere of warmth and comfort in your house. Products emphasizes originality and unique flavor of an interior.

Wild collection is represented by author's prints symbolizing the unique nature, original culture of African tribes and rare plants.