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Thirty textile studios confirmed for Indigo Paris Home
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Dec '11
Already firmly established in the decoration sector through its Brussels edition, the very first Paris edition of the Indigo show for the home will be held at the Bourse de Commerce next 19 and 20 January, 2012.

Complementary to many events taking place during the Paris Home & Design Week, Indigo Paris Home Edition, a show of textile design and creation for home furnishings, will find its natural place in this quality and creative circuit for professionals in the field of decoration, design and lifestyle.

The show announces a line-up of some thirty exhibitor-studios from seven countries most from Northern Europe (UK, Netherlands, Germany), as well as France and Italy, and to a lesser extent from overseas, with South Korea and the United States.

These studios are leaders in their sector, and propose a rich, ultra-creative offer

• Designs for furnishing fabrics (curtain, upholstery, voile curtaining)
• Wallpapers
• Home Linens (for the bed, table, bath, etc.)

The offer is aimed at all home professionals: upholstery manufacturers, fabric editors, distributors, makers of home linens, manufacturers of floor or wall coverings, companies specialising in decorative objects, contract-market specialists, and so on.

True to its reputation, the Indigo Paris Home Edition is the result of a selective process, ensuring that players in the decorating world find high-end and creative proposals.

This annual event in Paris is an opportunity for the Indigo show to grow even stronger during a strategic week for international design, in the heart of Paris.

The many visitors expected at the show will find an intimate exhibition in the style of a Parisian bistro, decorated by exhibitors, which will enliven this unique historic venue.

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