Heimtextil hails the return of European exhibitors

New display from young designers also planned

Retail Editor 2, October 20, 2011

Frankfurt, Germany - Several European home textiles companies are returning to Heimtextil 2012 after having sat out the show for a period, according to fair organizer Messe Frankfurt.
They include:

  • Byron & Byron (Great Britain)
  • Chivasso (The Netherlands)
  • Elitis (France)
  • Engelbert E. Stieger (Switzerland)
  • Fabrics Castello del Barro (Italy)
  • Hijos de Antonio Ferre (Spain)
  • Nelen & Delbeke (Belgium)
  • Nya Nordiska (Germany)
  • Penelope (Turkey)
  • SAHCO (Germany)
  • Sarar (Turkey)
  • Sonnhaus (Germany)
  • Ter Molst (Belgium)
  • Vamvax/Guy Laroche (Greece)
  • Yebane (Spain)
  • Vorwerk (Germany)

The premium section of the show will debut a segment called ‘new@more' featuring ideas for the bathroom, bedroom and table contributed younger companies, including Peppa Grace and Robespierre Europe (both from Germany) as well as La Maison Blanc (Morocco ).

Also new, students from the Frankfurt School for Apparel and Fashion will create models demonstrating a wide range of applications for various types of home
textiles.The display will be shown in Hall 11.0.
The Heimtextil goes City initiative, a collaboration of Messe Frankfurt
and the Interior Decorators' Guild (Raumausstatterinnung), Frankfurt
am Main, will present the latest products from the fair in the city centre on Ssaturday, Jan. 14. Approximately 30 specialty retailers, galleries and public institutes will show textiles in a several cultural and everyday settings.
The 2012 international trade fair takes place Jan. 11-14.

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