A textile inspiration – Pfleiderer's Cotton Grey worktop
The texture and design of a fabric on a worktop? This unusual combination results in a visually interesting and haptic effect. The Cotton Gray worktop from Pfleiderer's latest collection is an example of not only looking for new design solutions, but also referring to the current trends in design and fashion.
Cotton Grey is undoubtedly one of the most interesting proposals in Pfleiderer's newest collection. We have all become accustomed to worktops reproducing the surfaces of stone, wood or ceramic materials, but a fabric seems to be a surprising choice. Have you ever seen a worktop covered with a fabric? However, on second thoughts, a reproduction of grey cotton on a worktop gives a very interesting haptic and visual effect; it also triggers numerous interesting associations constituting an inspiration for using this particular worktop not only in kitchen interiors.
We associate a fabric with a tablecloth, which, in turn, evokes images of retro fashion in its rustic version. The Cotton Grey worktop can be used in interesting combinations with white kitchen fronts and natural wood. The attractiveness of this creation can be enhanced by stylish kitchen accessories such as ceramic containers for foodstuffs.
A grey fabric is a reference to the latest trends in furniture design, where soft upholstery finishes are currently applied even on cabinet furniture. Thus selecting Cotton Grey for a modern kitchen interior is evidence of familiarity with the latest trends. A friendly textile texture can also constitute an interesting visual and haptic contrast to surfaces made of such materials as stainless steel, glass or high-gloss varnished MDF boards. After all, a worktop is that element which we touch relatively frequently.
In kitchens inspired by the industrial style, Cotton Grey can also fulfil a similar function. Thanks to its grey colour, the regular “weave” will be a perfect match for concrete walls or a floor, simultaneously warming up the austere interior a little.
Fabrics are invariably connected with the world of fashion. So maybe Cotton Grey could be worth considering if you are designing the interior of a fashion boutique? It will make an interesting background for both elegant suits and avant-garde creations made of cotton textiles.