“We are pleased to welcome nearly 70 new home textiles resources, featuring a broad array of home fashion merchandise categories, to New York City for Home Textiles Market Week, this August,” said Christian Falkenberg, NY NOW director and senior vice president. “With its combination of tradeshow 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.”
Of the 2,800+ exhibitors in NY NOW, some 275 are suppliers of mid- to high-end home textiles, including bed and bath fashions, table linens, kitchen textiles, towels, decorative accessories, area rugs, window treatments and decorative fabrics. The largest concentration of NY NOW’s new home fashions suppliers will be presented within the HOME Collection’s Home Furnishings + Textiles section, which is located on Level 3 of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
Additional newcomers also are well represented throughout NY NOW – within the HOME Collection’s Accent on Design and Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares sections, as well as in NY NOW’s LIFESTYLE and HANDMADE Collections. In total, NY NOW will welcome nearly 60 new and returning home textiles companies to the summer market.
The 36 newcomers to NY NOW this summer are: Alegria Home, Amelie Mancini, American Alpaca Textiles, Art & Co., Bunglo by Shay Spaniola, BZDesign, Chesterfield Leather, Clothe My Soul, Cozy Nomad, Dmemoir, dot2knot, Eagle Products Textiles, Effe Collection LLC, IN SITU, S.A., JAMINI Paris, Katherine Rally Textiles, KBD Home, KHS Imports, Lorena Gaxiola, Maruyama Fiber Industry Co., Ltd., Lazybones, Maspar, Mela Artisans, Modernplum, Mona Designs NY LLC, Mrs. Lovegood, NK Tableware, Priscilla & Parker, Rooms by Zoya B, Inc., Rebecca Atwood Designs, REVE-LIVE LUXURY, Rule of Three, Sivaana Luxe-Table Linen, Walter G, Welcome Home Inc. and Yard & Co.
Another 23 home fashions suppliers are returning to NY NOW following a hiatus from the New York market. These companies include: Abanja, Ankasa, ADRI Collection, Bella Notte Linens, Inc., Bronte by Moon, a division of Abraham Moon & Sons, Busatti S.R.L., Daisy House, Dash and Albert Rug Company, Donna Wilson, Elegant Décor, FERM LIVING Aps, Fluf Textile Goods Inc., French Market Collection, Fresh American, Gloryfibers & Design Co., Hamburg House Inc., Nitin Goyal London, Pappelina AB., Pine Cone Hill, Pom Pom at Home, Saddlemans, VDS Group/Voila Home and Zicci Bea Bedding.
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