Global Home Show set for NY Market Week

Exhibitors to show at Prince George Ballroom, The Studio

New York – The largest number of temporary exhibitors will once again be on hand at the Global Home Show here.

Held concurrently with the New York Home Fashions Market Week, the show will feature suppliers from around the home textiles globe, including companies from India, Turkey and the United States.

Products to be shown include bedding, bath, rugs, windows and decorative accessories.

As it has for the past several shows, the Global Home Show will take place at two locations, each a half block away from a major permanent market showroom building.

Exhibiting at the Prince George Ballroom, at 15 East 27 th Street, just down the block from the 230 Fifth Avenue Building, are the following suppliers: Dynasty Home, Home Accent Pillows, Krea Home Living, Linon Home Décor Products, Namo Rugs USA, NMK Textiles Mills, Ponni Fab, Selection Textiles and United Weavers of America.

At the second location, the Studio at 25 West 31 st Street, one-half block from the 295 Fifth Avenue Textiles Building, companies showing are: Allied Home, Beacon Linens, Contour Products and D’décor.

The Global Home Show, now in its eighth year, opens on Sunday, March 26 and runs through Thursday, March 30 at noon. It is open without appointment to anyone in the home textiles industry.

More information is available at www.hometextilestoday.com/globalhomeshow.

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