Siscovers adopts 3D design technology to advance bedding customization

Siscovers will highlight its new 3D configurator and fabric swatch library in the company’s new High Point showroom this week.

Minneapolis — Fashion bedding brand Siscovers will unveil a new design tool as it celebrates its move to a new High Point showroom this month.

At the fall market, which will take place from October 22 to 26, Siscovers will launch a 3D visualization and configuration tool developed by Intiaro. Since the company specializes in bespoke and bespoke bedding collections, it will now be easier for designers to create their custom collections and see exactly what they will look like before ordering them.

“The combination of having the 3D configurator and fabric swatches in the same space will make designing a breeze. You can even receive a PDF copy of your custom design via email directly,” said Shari Hammer, Founder, CEO and Creative Director of Siscovers.

With hundreds of fabric options, the possibilities are endless, she added.

The company will also highlight its new Smithsonian-licensed bedding brand, which features prints of bluebirds and hummingbirds, seashells and plants.

Hammer said she combed through thousands of digital records from the Smithsonian’s libraries and archives “to see the potential in each design, the story it could tell, and the feeling it could invoke.”

The new Siscovers showroom is located at C609, just to the left of the main lift bay in the Commerce section of IHFC.

“I was sad to leave our old showroom where our customers could easily find us. But now I’ve embraced the change and been excited about the opportunity to expand our design center, nearly doubling the size of the fabric library and work tables in our spacious new showroom,” Hammer said.

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