Gift Fair At Home Section Adds New Exhibitors

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Fifteen new companies will exhibit their wares in the At Home section of the winter New York International Gift Fair, according to a statement from GLM, owner and manager of the trade show.

The slate of new exhibitors includes seven companies in the At Home area at Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 94 in New York--which, along with the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, serves as the venues for the gift fair. Among these companies are Airedelsur, a manufacturer of high-end home accessories, furniture and tableware made by Latin American craft artisans; Halo, a Hong Kong-based designer of leather upholstery, occasional and dining-room furniture (including sustainable furniture made from reclaimed materials); and Rani Arabella, an Italian designer of cashmere pillows, throws and luxury gifts.

Eight companies will be added to the exhibitor list in the At Home featuring Home Textiles section, which will be located in the Javits Center. These include Amity Home, Dea, Dream Sacks, Forza, Mastro Raphael, Pillow Talk, Serenity Fair and Tasha Polizzi--all of which the GLM statement described as "established luxury brands."

At Home at Pier 94 is scheduled to run from Saturday, Jan. 30, through Wednesday, Feb. 3. At Home featuring Home Textiles at the Javits Center is slated for Sunday, Jan. 31, through Thursday, Feb. 4.

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HFN provides detailed information on the key home classifications: Housewares, Tabletop, Floor Covering & Rugs, Furniture, Home Textiles, Lighting, Home Decor, Mattresses & Bedding, Gifts, Major Appliances and Consumer Electronics as well as Business, Finance and Retail.

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