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Trade Show: Heimtextil

Decoration and dialogue

Fabrics play a crucial role in interior design and often decide on function, comfort and well-being. From 7th to 10th January 2020, Heimtextil will present the home, healthcare and hospitality textiles of tomorrow in Frankfurt am Main. An increase in exhibitor numbers, a new stand signage and the “Design Dialog” format will add a fresh twist to the trade show.

November 2019

New signage for weavers and 40 new exhibitors – Heimtextil will celebrate its 50th birthday on a large scale. From 7th to 10th January 2020, around 400 European producers and retailers as well as 180 Asian producers will showcase the large variety of home textiles on six floors of halls. Grouped areas and special signage will make it easy for visitors to find their way. The “Decorative & Furniture Fabrics” area, for example, pools all decorative, upholstery and furnishing textiles. Heimtextil is improving signage at the trade show to clearly arrange a growing offer and has created a special signage to highlight the group of weavers. The 250 European suppliers of woven furnishing and decorative fabrics as well as bed linen and curtains will show their collections in halls 4.0, 4.1, 4.2 and 8.0.

Due to the positive response at the last Heimtextil trade show, the “Design Dialog” will take place for the second time, providing insights into future trends with discussions and lectures. On Wednesday the 8th of January 2020, between 12 and 13pm, industry experts Christiane Müller from the studio for industrial and interior design Müller Van Tol, Anne Marie Commandeur from Stijlinstituut Amsterdam – as a representative for the Heimtextil Council – and product and furniture designer Werner Aisslinger will get together in hall 4.2. The event will be moderated by Susanne Tamborini, chief editor of md magazine.

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Find more information:
Press release: Better orientation: Heimtextil introduces new icon for weavers


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