Korean Window decorations in Holland

Korea is one of the leading exporters in Window decoration fabrics.

Korea is a highly industrialized country. This benefits the quality of the products produced. You see this not only in cars such as our brand ‘Kya’ but also in electronics such as Samsung. Our country also has many larger and smaller players in the field of textile weaving. Our country also has a lot of knowledge in this country and you can see that by cloths that are woven according to strict and strict standards.

Window Decorations

Korea plays a major role on the world stage in the area of ​​window decoration. The roller blind fabrics, the fabrics for shades, the fabrics for pleated curtains and the fabrics for zebra roller blinds are the big stars here. Years of experience with the latest machines from Germany often resulted in the margins of error in these products being minimal. A fabric straight weave is one, a straight fabric after it has been treated by a finish street is two. Bringing the combination of these two production processes to a good end requires a lot of discipline and craftsmanship. Because of the many years of wisdom, South Korea has now delivered top prouducts.

The dutch word  ‘Raamdecoratie’

Window decoration is the common word for window decorations in general. What korean fabrics are most popular in the Netherlands? We asked the owner of Raamdecoratieshop.nl, a major webshop. They have been a loyal trading partner for years with Korean weaving mills and are very satisfied with the delivered products. They indicate that Korean fabrics from duo roller blinds are absolutely among the best in the world because of the small error margins. Even when it comes to the width of the fabrics, they are far ahead of, for example, China, where there are still a lot of older weaving machines, so that the strictest criteria for a substance are not feasible. By quickly anticipating demand, the Korean weavers are able to quickly produce and export the latest new fashion colors. That in turn ensures that Dutch residential fashion is up-to-date.