Shine Handmade makes NYIGF debut

Retail Editor 1, September 1, 2011

St. Charles, Ill. - Table linens from Shine Handmade made an inaugural showing at the New York International Gift Fair recently with "one of a kind" table toppers and table runners made of designer drapery fabrics in home studios.
The company taps fabric sources across the U.S. to create unique combinations of color and pattern for the table. Shine Handmade has produced more than 2,200 toppers and runners to date. The pieces are sold in specialty stores, home furnishings stores, kitchen stores and boutiques as well as by interior designers.

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