Impressions from the Isles: Renowned exhibitors from the UK will be presenting their new home textile collections at this year’s Heimtextil. The show also holds another new feature for visitors. In Hall 4.1 at Stand F50, “Coffee House – A Taste of Britain” will be welcoming them to experience some of the culinary delicacies from the British Isles in an authentic coffee house ambience. Here and in the direct vicinity, numerous British exhibitors will showcase high-quality curtains, furniture and decorative fabrics.This will be the first time that many of these British manufacturers take part in Heimtextil: Acquitaine, Bancroft Soft Furnishings, DHJ Weisters, Ian Mankin, Macnaughton Holdings, Pavilion Textiles and Penny Black Textiles. “We are very pleased to have been able to create such an attractive venue for British companies with this café, and the response from the UK has simply been tremendous,” says Ulrike Wechsung, Director of Heimtextil.
Visitors and exhibitors alike will be able to enjoy hot and cold delicacies, including a delicious range of traditional British sandwiches in the coffee house.
A number of prominent manufacturers are sponsoring this special trade fair presentation, including Acquitaine, Bancroft Soft Furnishings, British Velvets, Byron & Byron, Caldeira, DHJ Weisters, Edinburgh Weavers, Edmund Bell & Co, Ian Mankin, Pavilion Textiles, Penny Black Textiles, Tassel & Trim, The Isle Mill and Vanilla Fabrics.