Surely for each of us the phrase “Turkish textile” or “clothing from Turkey” has long been familiar. In addition to luxury resorts, interesting sights and delicious food for decades, this country has been associated with cheap and high-quality textiles, clothing and knitwear. This is not surprising, because Turkey is the world leader in the cultivation and processing of cotton.
Those times when the shelves of Russian stores were littered with low-quality cheap Turkish knitwear, already in the past. Currently, a huge number of factories are operating in the country, producing stylish, good-quality clothes from their own raw materials of excellent quality, which makes its cost price minimal. Continue reading
How can you get 30% profit in 40 thousand in a year? Invest these funds in print on clothes, or just on fabric. This capital is enough to open a printing house with its own equipment, monthly expenses for materials and workers. It’s good news that the demand for such a product still exceeds the market supply, so there is a place for those who want it. Today they print on anything, even on paper bags.
The total volume of the market for products printed on textiles is difficult to estimate. After all, the number of such products at times increases during political campaigns or mass celebrations, and the producers of these products are not known for certain. Continue reading
In the first place in terms of demand for products has always stood and will stand the food market. This is not surprising, because it is here that goods that fall into the category of vital for each person are sold and bought. Behind him comes the textile industry. Surprisingly, in this segment, high demand for products is adjacent to the lack of supply from domestic producers. The share of goods produced by factories and plants in our country is only one fifth of the total market. Continue reading
Until the beginning of the 15th century, bed linen was used only in rich houses and castles. Everywhere, making beds in fabrics began in Europe only in the Renaissance. In those days, bed linen was exclusively white, with lace or white embroidery. The whiter the laundry, the more notable the house was, it was considered then. Centuries have passed, today bedding is a necessary element of everyday life, but it still retains the value of exclusivity and elitism.
Accordingly, it is the quality and style of bed linen that is one of the main indicators of the level of the hotel. Continue reading
When a guest enters a hotel room, his gaze on a subconscious level is primarily focused on curtains and bedspreads. They are responsible for the first impression of the room. But their mission is not only to please the guest, to give him a feeling of comfort. They should make his stay in the space of the room comfortable and safe.
From the point of view of textile design, it is important that the covers of the hotel room are in harmony with the curtains and correspond to the general corporate style of the hotel. Continue reading