Spoonflower, the US online business that has built its bedding and table home décor business around Durst’s pigment technology on the Alpha platforms, has bought two more Durst Alpha 330 Series 5 with pigment - one for North Carolina, USA, and the other for Berlin, Germany.
Spoonflower, founded in 2008, allows individuals to design, print and sell their own custom-designed fabric, wallpaper, and home decor products. It now hosts over a million designs. Co-founder Gart Davis said: “Spoonflower is not just a service for custom fabric printing, we are a community that prizes individuality, self-expression, and a human connection between designers and those who want to bring design into their homes. Pigment printing is a future technology that we use today thanks to the hard work and strong partnership with Durst. Our collaboration on home decor has been successful - the Alpha produces beautiful fabric with a precise, fine print, a broad gamut, and strong fastness properties, which is why we have invested in two more pigment Alpha 330s.”