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Urban Expositions to Spotlight Maker’s Market Division

Urban Expositions Makers Market

ATLANTA-Trade show producer Urban Expositions will rebrand the Handcrafted section of its gift shows as Maker’s Market and expand its promotional and marketing efforts in 2015. Makers’ Market will bring together artisans and designers featuring handstyled crafts in categories such as tabletop, textiles and home decor. The section will be featured at Urban’s Philadelphia, Seattle,More »

Last updated: September 3, 2014

HFN High Point, Tabletop Editorial Deadline: Sept. 5

HFN

NEW YORK–HFN has started collecting new product information and high-resolution images for its editorial show coverage of High Point Market and the Tabletop Show in October. To be included, please send a brief product description, your company website and a hi-res image to us no later than Friday, Sept. 5. Images (preferably jpegs, but weMore »

Last updated: August 12, 2014

Studio A to Open New York Showroom

Studio A

DALLAS–Home decor and accent furniture resource Studio A will open its first New York showroom next month, in the New York Design Center. With more than 4,000 square feet of space, the showroom is next to Global Views’ showroom on the sixth floor. The opening is set to coincide with New York’s International Contemporary FurnitureMore »

Last updated: April 3, 2014

HFN App Available Now

HFN app

NEW YORK–Download the new HFN app from the iTunes App Store and start receiving all of your Home Furnishings News on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.  https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hfn/id793939640?mt=8

Last updated: March 14, 2014

HFN High Point, Tabletop Show Editorial Deadline: March 5

HFN

NEW YORK–HFN has started collecting new product information and high-resolution images for its editorial show coverage of both the High Point and tabletop markets in April. To be included, please send a brief product description, your company website and a hi-res image to us no later than Wednesday, March 5. Images (preferably jpegs, but weMore »

Last updated: February 14, 2014