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Heimtextil is the meeting point for textile publishers

For the first time, Heimtextil will bring together all participating textiles editeurs in one hall: They will be grouped around the “Editor’s Café” in hall 8.0, forming a central meeting point for furnishers and interior decorators in the Window & Interior Decoration segment’. Here, they will be in close proximity to suppliers of curtains, carpets, sun protection and decoration systems.

In addition to international trade, this will mean that interior decorators and interior designers in particular will have short distances to travel and can thus spend more time at exhibitors’ stands in future. ‘We believe that Heimtextil’s high level, in combination with the mood that will be created by the participants, will ensure a unique result’, says Fotios Tsioulpas, Managing Director and owner of Ifi Aebe. The textile editeur from Greece is one of the exhibiting editors at Heimtextil 2019.

International premium fabrics
When it comes to textiles editeurs at Heimtextil, highlights include the presentations by Alhambra/Tormes Design and Pepa Pastor (both Spain), CTA, Decobel and Foresti Home Collection Group (all Italy), Damaceno & Antunes (Portugal), Saum & Viebahn (Germany) and N.V. Wind (Belgium). In addition, the association of German home textile suppliers ‘DecoTeam‘ will be showcasing current design trends and offer a broad-ranging event programme in hall 8.0.

New flagship: Style Library from the UK
‘We really appreciate the far-reaching appeal of Heimtextil, making it a truly international exhibition which attracts customers from all over the world’, says Mischa Winde, General Manager Germany from Style Library. ‘Having established Style Library as the home to all of our eight brands, Zoffany, Harlequin, Sanderson, Morris & Co, Anthology, Scion, Clarke & Clarke and Studio G – this is the ideal meeting place for our new German sales team. We are excited to be exhibiting in hall 8.0 with all our brands. This should be a wonderfully inspirational area for our interior designers to explore’.

Header photo ©Style Library

Stefan Jakob

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