Though housewares no longer comes under its own heading at NY Now, its presence at the New York show (formerly called the New York International Gift Fair) is no less diminished. Eco-friendly and sustainable wood and stone products, functional and space-saving tools and gadgets, and plenty of clever and whimsical items are on offer.
Along with relaunching itself under a new brand and format, NY Now will play host to a broad selection of product introductions. The new textiles products will represent a broad spectrum of design styles, and bright colors will get strong play at the show.—David Gill
NY Now, the rebranded New York International Gift Fair, makes it debut under its new name and format from Aug. 17-21 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 94. Tabletop + Gourmet Housewares will be part of the Home division, located on Level 3 of the Javits Center. It will … More »
The International Contemporary Furniture Fair is always good for finding the unexpected and inspirational, and the most recent show did not disappoint. Designers and companies from all over the world descended on New York in May to debut their latest in contemporary home furnishings. Here are only a few of the fun and functional items … More »
It’s all about going for bold in the rug category, as color—either separately or in striking combinations—continues its impact on design. The industry is definitely having a colorful moment.
Atlanta’s AmericasMart provides a venue for housewares companies to showcase their wares this month to independent specialty stores and others from across the country. Here is a sampling of the newest tools, gadgets and other items that will be on display.
This month’s Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market offers a wealth of new product across numerous categories and price points. Vendors will showcase everything from whimsical garden animal figures to crystal barware; following is a sample of what is being unveiled.
The home category has hit the gold standard. Gold, the centuries-old status symbol, has made a resurgence both in fashion and home. With the Midas touch, these items exude warmth, perfect for any abode.—Andrea Lillo