The Heimtextil Trend Forecast is a major force behind new design developments. But there is a very obvious pattern in their Trend predictions. Texilist dissected ten years of Heimtextil Trends to discover the catch in their predictions - & why they may not be as new as you think. (Part 1 of 2)
The Buyer's brief comes in, and your designer open up his sketchpad to begin. If this is your standard design process, you're in trouble. Here are 10 critical questions you must answer before you start designing any collection. These answers will be the key to your approvals.
2020 is definitely a year most businesses want to forget. But how about embracing 2021 with better tools to grow your business? Texilist offers 6 quick ways to make sure you step into 2021 with your most professional foot forward.
Mockups are the most powerful way for your company to secure an order at zero cost. Convincing Buyers about your product's appearance is critical & sometimes a flat CAD does not cut it. TexPicks lists the Best (& Free) sources for Mockup Generators that don't need any software or design skills.
Hiring college graduates for Junior Designer roles can be rewarding & daunting for a company. Here are 7 Texilist tips for Junior Designers - to help them go from newbie to an industry professional (& 5 ways your company can help them grow).
Unprecedented times call for creative solutions - With a gamut of emotions trying us through 2020, Pantone has selected 2 Colors to spearhead 2021 design. Texilist breaks down the dual selection of Illuminating & Ultimate Gray - and what it means for the Home industry.
There are many facets to a B2B company, and not every task requires a full-time employee. Freelancers can be a great booster for your design team, BUT you must hire them carefully. Presenting our Top TexPicks for hiring freelancers.
Are you discounting Instagram from your digital strategy? An effective Instagram profile sets you apart from the competition & connect with Buyers. Find out how you can leverage Instagram to grow your Home & Textiles business. (Guest Post)
Using the same pitch for every buyer? That's akin to offering only M size shirts in your store. Buyers are human & one size does NOT fit all. Learn about the five types of Buyers in the Home & Textile industry - and how to sell effectively to them.
New York Design Centre has launched the 2020 WNWN Trend Report to culminate their month-long event. Produced for the first time by 94 coveted American Designers, it offers great insights into where the US Market is heading. Texilist analyses what works and what doesn't.
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