Mudguard backwall: etching embroidery in a tone-on-tone application behind glass adds a surprising accent to the classy design of the kitchen elements.

Embroidered curtain fabric: designs can be separately embroidered on a variety of fabrics.

In interior design, too, innovation happens when elements are combined that may at first not appear to have anything in common.

We have put all our experience into developing our new embroidery products to meet the demands of modern architecture.

The embroidery design is held together by fine weaving and makes the motif seem to float. The light appearance exudes tradition and warmth and forms a perfect contrast to the clean lines and cool materials of modern interior design. Whether floating between glass or used as curtain fabric, there are no limits to creativity. Matching your interior design, we develop the right embroidery product for you.

Discover how embroidery elements can set surprising accents in your architectural concept as a contrasting design element. For your interior design ideas, a wide selection of designs with floral motifs or geometric shapes is immediately available. We are also happy to implement your own designs as embroidery.

Design the room with a refined interplay of light and shadow. The lightness of our embroidery materials means they can be well integrated on different materials. The light that passes through semi-transparent fabric or glass creates a wonderful play of light and shadow on the wall or the floor.

Textile contrasts for modern architecture

Think of Bischoff Interior embroidery as the raw material for your architectural, interior design, and product design ideas. We will be happy to show you our current embroidery portfolio, visions, and references in a personal presentation.

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