Home Textiles Market Week to Welcome New Resources

New York CityWHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Home Textiles Market Week in New York, which combines the NY Now trade show with open showrooms at 230 Fifth Ave., will include nearly 70 new home textiles vendors during its summer edition in August.

In all, a total of 275 suppliers of mid- to high-end textiles will be on display during the event. The largest concentration of NY Now's new textiles vendors will be in the Home Collection's Home Furnishings + Textiles section.

At 230 Fifth Ave., six home textiles showrooms will debut for the summer show. These are Bellino Fine Linens, Triple Luxe Gallery, JT Rose & Co., Peacock Alley, Sferra, and Tessitura Toscana Telerie.

Christian Falkenberg, director of NY Now and senior vice president of show owner and manager Emerald Expositions, said, "With its combination of trade show and showroom resources, Home Textiles Market Week offers retailers the nation's most comprehensive collection of high-end home fashions, alongside a full range of complementary lifestyle products."

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