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Texstyle and Super Expo 2013

2nd April, 2013

Texstyle will showcase new collections and further evolve our Bringing Fabrics to Life campaign at Australia's largest trade exhibition for the window furnishings and specialised textiles industries at Super Expo 2013 from June 5-7 on the Gold Coast.

Super Expo 2013 promises to be just that – the most successful trade show ever held for our industries within Australia. With the largest exhibitor list ever, and a promised attendance rate that will surpass all previous shows, it is a ‘must do’ for all industry participants. Be the first to see the new Texstyle collections, designs and colour trend forecasts for the upcoming season at our Stand number 101 at the event.

Please also take note of these important events to be held during Super Expo 2013. For further information, visit the official website at

- Welcome Drinks Reception
- STA Awards for Excellence Ceremonial Dinner Night
- Business Sessions
- Blind Energy Rating Seminar
- Golf Day
- The Gala Dinner

Super Expo 2013 - Convention & Exhibition Centre
Gold Coast 5th - 7th June 2013
Texstyle Stand 101

Metroshade keeps the momentum going

To accompany the already established range of fourteen blockout colours, Texstyle’s recently released Metroshade Collection adds a new dimension to this already popular range with seven new complimentary light filtering shades. This range is the second release under the banner of the origami-inspired 'Bringing Fabrics to Life' campaign. Available in a 2,800mm width, it provides genuine privacy and a uniform look for seamless interior solutions. Blockouts are perfect for optimal bedroom privacy whilst light filterings illuminate everyday living spaces.

Click here for full Metroshade Collection colours and specifications, and see how Texstyle is transforming homes and interior spaces by Bringing Fabrics to Life.

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Please send us an email or give us a call on (03) 9729 9970.

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