Newcomers, Space Expansions Slated for Home Textiles Market Week
December 21, 2011,
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Home Textiles Market Week in January, which comprises both the New York International Gift Fair and the markets at 7 W New York and 230 Fifth Ave. in New York City, will offer up a number of new exhibitors and space expansions.
At the Gift Fair, newcomers to the At Home featuring Home Textiles section will include Gitika Goyal (bed and table linens), Home Fabrics (bedding), Indian Designs (home textiles), LuRu Home (home accessories, pillows, table linens), Mia + Finn (home textiles) and Zensilk (silk bedding). Exhibitors relocating to At Home featuring Home Textiles from other divisions are Kashu Sales (decorative home textiles), Mariachi Imports (rugs) and Rennie & Rose (decorative home textiles). Exhibitors that are expanding their space at the Gift Fair are Bella Notte (bedding), Brahms Mount (throws), Broderi Narin (table linens), COCOCOZY (pillows and draperies), Peacock Alley (bedding), Pluto (loungewear), Roberta Roller Rabbit (bedding and loungewear), Scents & Feel (throws), SDH (bedding) and V Rugs & Home (pillows).
At 7 W New York, the new and expanded showrooms include Apache Mills (bedding home accessories), Berkshire Blanket (bedding, blankets), Linens N Essentials ( bedding, home accessories), Louisville Bedding (bedding), Phoenix Home (bedding, blankets), Sam Salem & Son (bedding, blankets) and others.
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