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Home Textile and Interior Design Fair to be held in Feb 2009

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Dec '08
The Third International Exhibition for Home Textile and Interior Design Trade Fair will take place between February 21-23, 2009 at Atakent Exhibition Centre in Almaty in order to showcase the latest trends in home textile and interior decoration industry.

Being a participant at Homedeco 2009, will be a good opportunity for promoting home textile and interior design goods to all Central Asia regions through representatives of reliable wholesaler companies and trade shops.

Exhibition Themes
- Curtains, tulles, decorative trimmings & Embroidery
- Jackuard curtains fabrics
- Woven curtain fabrics
- Cotton fabrics
- Decorative curtain accessories
- Decorative & upholstery fabrics
- Bedding & bathroom textile
- Bedspread covers
- Bed sheets
- Tablecloths
- Towels and bathrobes
- Rugs, mats and lab robes
- Arts and accessories
- Furniture
- Flooring
- Lighting
- Wall coverings
- Other interior design products

HOMEDECO 2009 is organized by Turkel Fair Organization and Eurasia Trade Fairs(ETF), two experienced, specialized and esteemed organizers of international exhibitions which have been organizing trade fairs on a wide spectrum across 4 continents, with wide participation aimed at Home Textiles, Leather Apparel and Fur, Textiles and Garments, Fabrics and Garments Auxiliary Industries, Jeans and Sportswear sectors.

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