Gift Fair, Textiles Market Week to Feature New, Returning and Expanding Resources

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-A number of vendors will be newcomers to, returning to or expanding their exhibiting space at August's New York International Gift Fair and Gift & Home Textiles Market Week.

At NYIGF, exhibitors returning after an absence include Good Home Co. (natural home fragrances and cleaning), Hamburg House (bed, bath and table linens), Karen Luu-Home Couture (loungewear and pillows), Matteo (bed linens, tabletop and window coverings) and The Sandor Collection (Hungarian felt applique products). Newcomers include Artgoodies (tea towels, aprons), Chortex USA (towels), Daisy House (Turkish towels and robes), Marigot (cashmere), NBR Home (high-end bedding and pillows), Pure Fiber (eco-friendly bed and bath textiles), Qi (cashmere), Rough Linen (hand-sewn linens), Secrets de Provence (tablecloths) and Shine Handmade (handmade table linens).

At 7 W New York during Gift & Home Textiles Market Week, Berkshire Blanket in room 939 is the newcomer. Expanding their showroom space are aaa Bath (rooms 724-728), Manual Woodworkers & Weavers (room 525), Mod Lifestyles (room 614), Sam Salem and Son (room 500), Tango (room 807), Two Lumps of Sugar (room 745) and Vance Kitira International (room 727).

At 230 Fifth Ave. in New York City, Designers Guild will make its debut during Gift & Home Textiles Market Week, in room 1308. Abrahami Rugs & Decor will unveil its expanded space in Suite Lobby 6.

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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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