Colour is all at Heimtextil
If day one of Heimtextil was florals and geometric shapes, day two was colour you could not ignore.
Particularly among the better-end, branded bed linen exhibitors, colour was everywhere.
If products were plain, then they were in bright colours: oranges and limes that almost glowed were highly visible on many stands.
And if it was patterned, it was patterns that embraced conflict with clashing colours and shapes: quiet it was not.
Typical of these were new designs from KAS (pictured) and Desigual.
Elsewhere at the show, Sanderson and its sister brands returned to the show after a 10-year absence.