41 Madison Gets Social During Tabletop Market

Instagram posts will highlight new products and trends
March 20, 2017Joanne Friedrick

John EasonJohn Eason
NEW YORK—The latest trends from the New York Tabletop Market’s spring event will be featured in a series of Instagram posts @41Madison from April 4 to 6 along with Facebook Live video streams.

Designer John Eason of John Douglas Eason Interiors, New York, will share his top product picks via Instagram on April 4. Eason, who opened is firm in 2000, has completed design products throughout New York and the surrounding area. Eason is known for his sophisticated modern sensibility that is tempered by a knowledge of and respect for traditional design. Eason’s own Instagram account is @johndeason.

Morgan Tucker, who operates the online site Little M Tucker (@mtuckerco), which features hospitality-related products for the foodservice industry, will provide tabletop market insights on April 5.

On April 6, Nicole Haddad, design editor at New York Spaces (@NYspaces), a home design magazine for the New York metro area, will offer her trend finds, as will AnnBritt Newey. Newey is founder of ABN Design (@abndesigninc) in Brooklyn, and combines her knowledge of design and architecture in her projects.

The Facebook Live streams will take viewers into some of the showrooms at 41 Madison to see the latest designs and brand introductions. Among those planned is one with Eduardo Artidiello, president of Mepra North America, an Italian design-driven manufacturer of flatware, serving and bar items, cookware and related items, who will highlight his company’s new showroom. Additional Instagram and Facebook Live events will be announced through 41 Madison’s Facebook and Instagram accounts.

The New York Tabletop Market runs April 4 to 7.

Joanne FriedrickJoanne Friedrick | Contributing Editor

Joanne Friedrick is a contributing editor for HFN with more than 20 years of retail and housewares business reporting, writing and editing. For the past 15 years she has been operating her own business with clients that include Convenience Distribution, Seafood Source and Zest, a Maine-focused consumer food and lifestyle magazine.

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