Fil Doux Textiles Heritage Collection Inspired by Family Heirlooms

Warm Tones And Reimagining Of Familiar Patterns Honors Family And Culture

The new Fil Doux Textiles Heritage Collection is inspired by the family heirlooms of the company’s team members, and the beloved objects that shape family and culture. From a new take on a grandfather’s Scottish kilt to a great-grandmother’s refined crochets, the Heritage Collection of fabrics reflects the collective diversity of Fil Doux Textiles and its people.

“This collection is a true reflection of Fil Doux Textiles; who we are and where we came from,” says Leonardo Novik of Fil Doux Textiles. “It’s refined, warm, and evokes a comfort and nostalgia that we can all relate to.”

The diverse collection—made up of 21 patterns in 70 colors—ranges from classic wovens to prints on luxe chenille, and includes a series of digitally printed velvets. These chic fabrics take on a sophisticated yet lived-in vintage aesthetic while withstanding the demands of a high-traffic contract or hospitality environment. To achieve this look, the digital print ink is applied on treated woven fabric with high-pressure air so that the ink finds its way into the fibers, which is later sealed with a treatment to ensure longevity.

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About Fil Doux Textiles

Fil Doux Textiles produces timeless, luxurious upholstery and drapery fabrics for the hospitality design and contract furnishings industry. Beginning in Chile with a family-owned mill 80 years ago, today the business—operated by Leonardo Novik—controls two fully vertical mills in Chile and Brazil, allowing personalized customization and a superior lead time on its woven fabrics, sheers, vinyl, leather, and digital textile prints. Fil Doux Textiles’ commitment to always embrace beauty has led the company to introduce game-changing, proprietary new products to the market, including their eco-friendly Vinylife upholstery and Pro-Tech, a powerful ink and stain protectant. Fil Doux Textiles upholds significant environmental standards, using wind power, recycling dye water, and reusing fabric for packaging.