NYIGF welcomes new and returning exhibitors to At Home section

Retail Editor 3, May 14, 2012

New York - The New York International Gift Fair has announced new exhibitors who will be showing in the At Home area of the event here at the Javits Convention Center and Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 94 from Aug 18-22.
In the At Home featuring Home Textiles section of the fair, located at the Javits Center, newcomers include: Cozy Earth, Echelon Home, HedgeHouse, Pyar & Co., Simple Syrup Design House, The Amazing Flameless Candle and Wabisabi Green:Modern Home Decor Eco Style.
Companies relocated to At Home featuring Home Textiles include: Auggie Home Collection and Black Pepper Dessin. Four companies are returning after a hiatus: Anali, Hamburg House, Sinobrite and Thro LTD (pillows).
Exihibitors expanding their exhibit space presence include: Alicia Adams Alpaca, Home Treasures, Marigot and Pehuen.
New home textiles exhibitors at Pier 94 include: Abanja, Burrow & Hive, Lili Alesandra, and Square Feathers. Textiles suppliers Antiochia USA and Cloud 9 Design are relocating to Pier 94 from other NYIGF divisions, while Amity Home and D. Bryant Archie are returning after a hiatus. Mastour Galleries, NBR Home and Prints Charming Soho are expanding their exhibit space at the pier.

"This will be the fifth consecutive market that NYIGF's At Home is sold out, giving buyers access to a comprehensive collection - from hard lines to soft goods and from traditional to contemporary - of home products," said Christian Falkenberg, NYIGF director and vice president of show organizer GLM.


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