The 44th Heimtextil was a good start to the new furnishing season for the sector.
With growth on both the exhibitor and visitor sides, the fair was a great success in all respects.
Our sincere thanks to all exhibitors and visitors!
Heimtextil in Frankfurt am Main will welcome the international hometextile sector with a top line-up at the beginning of the year.
Look forward to a varied and inspiring start to the season with the Trend Show as a spectacular highlight, as well as an extensive lecture programme and numerous events.
We look forward to your visit!
At the upcoming Heimtextil, key facts and figures on e-commerce and the opportunities it holds for retailers will
be put on the table during Webchance Academy.
With Digital Detox, Heimtextil trend experts will discuss the options of returning from the virtual world to personal, sensuous experiences.
Look forward to a rich and colourful programme!
Biodesign will be one of the focal themes of the new Heimtextil Trends; we will illustrate methods of making textile products from plants and bacteria.
Also with the future in mind, manufacturers of household textiles will present their novel design ideas at New&Next.
The first European Digital Textile Conference will focus on a future-oriented topic as well.
Look forward to the upcoming Heimtextil and the Edition #3 of the Heimtextil newsletter!
With its recent presentation of the 2014/15 trends, Heimtextil delivered a forecast for tomorrow’s design and gave the signal for the start of a new furnishing season.
The second edition of the Young Creations Award: Upcycling also promises new impetus for design.
Look forward to the upcoming Heimtextil and the Edition #2 of the Heimtextil newsletter!
All the signs point to another successful event. The number of registrations received to date is excellent with several prominent European manufacturers returning.
We are delighted to have this opportunity to put you in the mood for the coming Heimtextil:
Discover the designers responsible for the Heimtextil Trends 2014/15, the ‘sun’ product group and the ‘Female Shift’ study.