How a 200-year-old textile company quickly adapts to lifestyle trends

LISBURN, Northern Ireland— Moygashel Linens, the furnishing fabric division of 140-year-old Northern Irish textile manufacturer Ulster Weavers, has unveiled new-look upholstery fabric finishes which respond to consumers’ lifestyle shifts.

“Moygashel Linens is steeped in linen heritage and intently focused on innovation which ensures we harness the speed and flexibility required to the supply international upholstery markets,” said Andy Wilson, Moygashel business development manager. “We are one of the only companies to offer such a service. What this means is that coupled with our market insight and product innovations we can support customers in interior design, upholstery and furniture manufacturing to adapt to shifting consumer trends with more flexibility than ever before while reducing the burden of maintaining high inventory levels.”

He says the ability to supply a stock supported and cut-length service with no minimum order across an ever-expanding range of fabrics can unlock growth for furniture manufacturers and upholstery firms.

Projected market growth is bolstering the demand for upholstery fabric across the UK and Europe with sustainability and environmental concerns being central to the demand for natural fibers.

Founded in 1795, Moygashel Linens has a reputation for quality fabrics, based on high standards and market experience. The company’s furnishing fabric collection fuses classic and contemporary colors and textures to create a versatile range of luxury fabrics for the upholstery market.

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