NYIGF At Home Exhibitors to Increase Space in January
November 8, 2010,
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-A number of vendors in the At Home section of the New York International Gift Fair will increase their exhibit space at the January show.
According to Dorothy Belshaw, NYIGF director and senior vice president of GLM, owner and manager of the show, exhibitors are looking for added space in anticipation of "healthy growth in order writing" because of the improving economy. In all, the At Home section will present some 500 vendors, which will include companies in the categories of outdoor furniture accessories. Those expanding their spaces include Amity Home (textiles), Bliss Studio (furniture and accessories), Jamie Young Co. (lighting), Jones & Jones Abode (decorative accessories), Kevin O'Brien Studio (decorative pillows), Moss Studios (handmade furniture), Roost (decorative accessories), Ro-Sham-Beaux (lighting) and Zentique (furniture and accessories).
The At Home featuring Home Textiles section will include expanded spaces for Allem Studio (pillows), Brahms Mount (throws) and Busatti (Italian linens). Returning to At Home featuring Home Textiles will be Afera Designs (pillows), Boca Grande Furnishings (pillows and curtains), DownRight (down comforters and pillows), Madeira Embroideries Institute (Portuguese fine linens) and Marcel Miller (alpaca textiles).
The At Home section will run from Jan. 29 through Feb. 2 at Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 94 in New York City, while the At Home featuring Home Textiles section will run from Jan. 30 through Feb. 3 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. The Gift Fair will take place at these venues, along with Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 92.
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