Suppliers select 7W showrooms
February 1, 2008-- Home Textiles Today,
New York – The showroom building 7 W New York announced a slate of new permanent home textiles showrooms, as well as temporaries taking up residence for the winter show season.
New permanent suites include:
Cloud 9 Design (Suite 818): bedding, designer quilts, pillows and curtains manufactured and designed in the company’s modern facilities in India. www.cloud9d.com;
Extreme Linen (Suite 515): bedding, window and decorative accessories supplier that showed as a temporary during the August market. www.extremelinen.com;
Mod Lifestyles Inc. (Suite 533): eco–friendly, fashion-forward pillows, throws, duvets and sheet sets, bath and table/kitchen linens;
Signoria Firenze (Suite 849): luxury linens crafted in Italy. www.signoria.com;
Zenitex (Suite 639): wide range of fashion-forward home textiles, which includes bedding, coverlets, sheet sets, decorative pillows and drapery made in China.
Also showing as temporary exhibitors:
East India Company (Suite 420): innovative home textiles concepts in a wide range of fabrics made in India. www.eastindiaco.in;
Hallmart Collectibles Inc. (Suite 929): traditional and modern bedding and home accessories including signature collections by Kathy Ireland Home and Alexander Julian. www.hallmartcollectibles.com;
IMJ Marketing (Suite 545): offers both soft home décor products, including toss pillows and dog beds, as well hard home décor products. www.imjmarketing.com;
Indo Count (Suite 721): India-based manufacturer of bed linens and top of bed products – sheet sets, duvet sets, duvet covers, bed skirts, comforters, curtains and more. www.indocount.com;
Ocean Exim Inc. (Suite 414): bed linens, curtains and table linens in exotic prints and designs made in India. www.oceanhomefashion.com;
In addition, Textrade has expanded its permanent showroom at Suite 1007. The company manufactures bed linens, bath linens, table linens, kitchen linens, filled articles, drapes, cushion covers and accessories in India.
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