Accent on Design Welcomes 25 New Exhibitors for NY Now

NY NowWHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Twenty-five new cross-category home and lifestyle designers have been accepted into Accent on Design at this summer's NY Now trade show.

Accent on Design is the juried collection of almost 200 design-driven product suppliers, and will be located on Level 3 of New York City's Jacob K. Javits Convention Center--which, along with Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 94, serves as NY Now's venue. This section will run from Aug. 17-20, while NY Now as a whole is scheduled for Aug. 16-20.

The Accent on Design newcomers are Caravan Pacific (lighting), Chasing Paper (removable wallpaper), Coral & Tusk (embroidered textiles), Cousins and Co (lighting), Ekobo Ecology & Design (eco-friendly tabletop and accessories), Elyse Graham (handcrafted home decor and accessories), Good Candle (handpoured candles), Hasegawa USA (ladders), Hatzlachh Supply/Broksonic (housewares), Justin Teilhet Porcelain (handmade porcelain pottery), Koncept (lighting), Martone Cycling (traditional and electric bicycles), mrkt (bags, totes and tech sleeves), Nitin Goyal London (handcrafted home textiles), Oropopo (jewelry), Pepe Heykoop Products (handcrafted home accessories and lighting), Poppin (office accessories), Rebecca Atwood (handcrafted home textiles) Rimon Design House (jewelry and handbags), Robert Siegel Handmade (tabletop), Rule of Three (handcrafted home textiles), ScanTrends (European home furnishings and accessories), S'well (reusable bottles), Wintercheck Factory (furnishings and accessories) and Young Once Limited (playthings).

In addition, two design collectives, Join Design Seattle and the American Design Club, will showcase emerging and innovative designers. The A+: The Young Designers' Platform at Accent on Design will return with its juried "designer incubator" showcase, introducing the work of emerging designers, who will be selected on the basis on design concept, creativity and originality.

HFN Staff | News & Commentary

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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