Rasch Textil produces textile wallcoverings using a wide range of different materials and looks. Their designs make the best use of all known fibres and yarns: plant fibres: cotton, flax, ramie animal fibres: wool, silk man-made fibres: viscose and polyester In addition the textiles are sometimes printed or even embossed. The textile material is laminated to a non-woven backing substrate using dispersion adhesive. The dispersion adhesive allows walls to breathe and the non-woven backing guarantees ease of hanging when using “paste the wall” technique.
Hume Internationale is an importing company. The company was formed in 1973 as a wall covering importer and wholesaler offshoot company of
S.E.Hobson P/L, the largest Australian distributor of Berger Paints at that time.
S.E.Hobson P/L, painting & decorating contractors date back to the latter part of the 19th Century. Their business was based in Ballarat, but Hume Internationale was located in Melbourne. The present owners who acquired the company in 1986 are part of the wider Hobson family and continue the formidable history in this industry.
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