Product areas covered:
covers, sheets & valances, pillowcases,
bedspreads, blankets, throws and bed-runners
pillows mattress protectors & enhancers
and pedestal sets
TABLE LINEN &
table-mats and tea towels.
The household textiles market is worth well over £1 billion at
manufacturers prices in 2011 having experienced 5% growth from the
market low in 2009. It is a well-established and mature market
consisting of a wide range of products, most of which have high levels
of household penetration. Conditions over the past 2 years have improved
slightly, especially for filled products, but this improvement has been
partially driven by increasing raw material costs. The market has also
benefited from the refurbishment and upgrades in sectors such as
entertainment & leisure during 2011-12 as preparations for the Olympics
Areas of particular interest
of raw material price increases, particularly for cotton.
Changes to product mix and supply structure in 2010-12.
Impact of increasing import penetration.
Continued polarisation of the market and impact of discounting and
price cutting measures adopted by retailers to encourage footfall.
to 2016 including key drivers for growth.
Major Companies profiled:-
Group, AW Hainsworth, Bedeck, Cath Kidson, Christy, Comfy, Delbanco
Meyer, Direct Linen, Dunelm Soft Furnishings, Fogarty, Fremaux
Delorme, FuDa International, Herbert Parkinson, John Cotton Group,
Klipfold, Liddell Linens, Maurice Phillips, Mostyns Curtains &
Fabrics, Pacific Brands, Paul Simon, Platt & Hill, Rectella, Richard
Haworth, Samuel Lamont, Texplan Manufacturing, The French Linen
Company, Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen, Thomas Frederick, Trendsetter
Home Furnishings, Treymaine Ltd, Turner Bianca, United Fillings,
covered in the report:
– key characteristics of the market, analysis by value since 2006,
trends and forecasts to 2016.
Overview of current
market performance in 2011-12 and impact of economic climate on the
factors, future trends, areas of potential opportunity, threats and
limitations to growth – pricing pressures, slowdown in housing market,
impact of Olympics/Jubilee in 2012 etc.
Imports and exports
– significance of imports, mix of imports by product type, source
Analysis by major
product sectors – bed linen, filled products, bathroom textiles
and table linen & kitchen toweling – share by sector, key overall
Total bed linen
analysis of market size by value since 2006, factors influencing
market performance and forecasts to 2016.
Mix by product type,
contract and domestic markets.
– size by value 2006-2016 and factors affecting performance, market
characteristics and current trends, polarisation of the market.
–size by value 2006-2016 and factors influencing performance, sheet
styles and current trends.
– size by value 2006-2016, types and current trends.
– analysis of market size by value since 2006, product mix, factors
influencing market and forecast to 2016.
– size by value 2006-2016, factors affecting market and forecasts to
2016, mix of duvets by filling (synthetic/natural), increased
penetration of duvets into contract sector.
by value 2006-16, share by product (Synthetic, Latex/Memory,
Feather), factors affecting market performance and forecasts to
Mattress & pillow
protectors and enhancers
– value by size demonstrating rapid growth, product types.
– size by
value, factors influencing market performance and future prospects up
to 2016. Cushion covers, interior cushions and those for garden
BATHROOM TEXTILES, TABLE LINEN & KITCHEN
–size by value 2006-2016, factors influencing market performance and
forecasts to 2016.
Product mix for
– towels, bath mats/pedestal sets – shares, current trends.
Table linen and
– size by value, factors affecting performance and forecast to 2016,
product mix, contract and domestic sectors.
SUPPLY & DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE
Market share table
of leading suppliers.
Review of key
suppliers in each household textile sector
– review of fragmented supply structure.
Major channels of
shares by type of outlet in the retail sector – Dept Stores, Variety
Stores, Independents, Furnishing Stores, Mail Order/Cat/Internet etc
- changing profile of distribution structure.
Key growth sectors
and future prospects.