Heimtextil is the industry's most important global event for interior textiles, interior design and interior trends. With its new products and trends, it kicks off the upcoming season and gives important impulses to both exhibiting companies as professional visitors from all over the world.
Facts & figures for Heimtextil 2020
62,970 trade visitors from across the world came to visit the leading international trade fair for home and contract textiles from 7 to 10 January 2020. 2,918 exhibitors presented their innovations during the trade fair.
- Exhibitor and visitor statistics for Heimtextil 2020 (pdf, 654 KB)
The new Heimtextil structure offers exhibitors and visitors more space and a wider range of products. Discover here the product segments:
Latest colour, design and material trends, Design studios, style bureaus and colour code systems.
In Hall 4.0, we are establishing our range of products and services around the themes of trends, innovation and future technologies – and the world’s largest platform for textile design. An area full of inspiration for exhibitors and visitors.
Manufacturers and wholesaler for decorative and furniture fabrics, fabrics for bed linen, furniture leather and artificial leather, fibres and yarns
The manufacturer hall with the largest international product range of upholstery and decorative fabrics, as well as furniture leather, upholstery leather and imitation leather. The most relevant buyer target groups in Hall 4 come from the furniture and home textiles sector or represent textiles editeurs.
Individual presentations and national pavilions with manufacturers from Asia with home textile products such as: decorative and furniture fabrics, decorative cushions, curtains, carpets, sun protection systems and wallpapers
In Hall 6.1 (Asian Excellence) you’ll find high-quality exporters of home textiles, including upholstery and decorative fabrics, curtains, decorative cushions, sun protection systems and carpets from Asia, which have been selected by an independent panel of experts. Other suppliers from Asia will be showcasing their offer individually or in national pavilions in the hall under the new name Asian Selection.
Curtains, decorative and furniture fabrics, drapery and curtain hardware, textiles editeurs, visual covers and sun protection systems, carpets, wallpapers, wall decoration, painting and decorating accessories
This new combination of previously separate exhibitor and product segments creates synergies for buyers! Interior decorators and designers, in particular, will have more time to visit exhibitors thanks to the joint presentation of all relevant products in one hall – from curtains and decorative fabrics to curtain rails and sun protection systems and wall decorations. Hall 8.0 is also the home of the DecoTeam, whose members will be presenting all the latest home textile trends.
Digital print machines and accessories, machinery for textile processing and software solutions.
Lifestyle products: table and kitchen linen, coated table cloths, blankets, door mats, decorative cushions and home accessories
Here too, various product segments (table and kitchen linen, blankets, plaids, pillows and accessories) have been brought together to create new synergies for buyers. Ideal conditions for you as an exhibitor: The buyer target groups here overlap with those in the neighbouring Hall 8.
Individual presentations and national pavilions with manufacturers from Asia with household textile products such as: duvets and pillows, bed linen, bathroom textiles, table and kitchen linen, blankets and decorative cushions. Selected manufacturers from Asia with household textile products (Asian Excellence) you'll find in hall 10.2.
Duvets and pillows, mattresses, bedding systems, fibres and yarns, tools and machinery for textile processing and Heimtextil Conference: Sleep & More
In 2021, the trend theme of sleep will once again be given a great deal of space at Heimtextil - after all, every person spends a good third of their life in bed. In addition to textile ideas, the latest trends and smart bed-related innovations, the main focus will be on knowledge transfer and the exchange of experience. Our lecture area "Sleep! The Future Forum" presents five top topics, inspiring presentations by experts and scientists, and exciting round-table discussions. Together with partners and institutions, we will highlight the topics "Sleep & Digital", "Sleep & Sport", "Sleep & Hospitality" and "Sleep & Sustainability". New in 2021 is the topic "Sleep & Interior Design".
Branded companies with bed linen, bathroom textiles and bedcovers
The new Hall 12.0 will focus on branded companies in the bed linen and bathroom textile segments. It meets the primary and secondary requirements of buyers from the bed and bathroom sectors.
Private label suppliers of bed linen and bathroom textiles
We are THE platform for private label business and this new focus offers buyers a clear overview of the market. This results in a better overview, more time to order and more time to discover new manufacturers.
The Heimtextil exhibitor's advisory board comprises renowned international experts from industry, associations and higher education institutions.
Alfred Apelt GmbH
An der Rench 2
Mr Ottmar Ihling
Phone +49 7802-807-0
Schiffenberger Weg 76
Mr Dr Peter Nagel
Phone +49 641-970797
E. Breuninger GmbH & Co.
Ms Linda Steinhuber
Phone +49 711 / 211-2604
BTE – Bundesverband des Deutschen Textileinzelhandels e.V. (Federal Association of German Textile Retailers)
VDB – Verband der Bettenfachgeschäfte (Association of Specialist Bedding Stores)
An Lyskirchen 14
Mr Axel Augustin
Phone +49 221-921509-32
bund deutscher innenarchitekten bdia e. V.
Ms Pia Döll
Cawö Textil GmbH & Co. KG
Mr Daniel Kordts-Wölte
Phone +49 (0) 2572-159-0
Mr Uwe Heinemann
Phone +49 40-180332-03
Ms Cornelia Loos
Phone +49 2861-81164-0
fan frankenstolz Schlafkomfort H. Neumeyer gmbh & co. KG
Mr Stefan Sickenberger
Phone +49 6021-708-144
Heinrich Häussling GmbH & Co.
67433 Neustadt a. d. Weinstraße
Mr Markus Ertel
Phone +49 6321-9173-32
IVGT – Industrieverband Veredlung - Garne - Gewebe - Technische Textilien e.V. (Industrial Association for Finishing - Yarns - Fabrics - Technical Textiles)
Mainzer Landstraße 55
60329 Frankfurt am Main
Mr Dr Klaus-Jürgen Kraatz
Phone +49 69-255617-00
MHZ Hachtel GmbH & Co.KG
Sindelfinger Strasse 21
Mr Martin Bork
Phone +49 711/9751-1510
VDT – Verband der Deutschen Tapetenindustrie e.V. (Association of the German Wallpaper Industry)
Berliner Allee 61
Mr Karsten Brandt
Phone +49 211-862864-11
VDFI – Verband der Deutschen Daunen- und Federnindustrie e.V. (Association of the German Down and Feather Industry)
Ms Dr Juliane Hedderich
Phone +49 6131-588560
Verband der Deutschen Heimtextilien-Industrie e.V. (HEIMTEX) (Association of the German Home Textile Industry)
Mr Martin Auerbach
Phone +49 202-7597-40
Wölfel & Co GmbH & Co. KG
Mr Claus Wölfel
Phone +49 6257-9410
Zentralverband Raum und Ausstattung (ZVR)
Luxemburger Str. 107
Mr Ralf Vowinkel
Phone +49 (0) 0221-99 53 53 -0
Dina/Vanelli Tekstil Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S.
Org. San. Böl. Gri Cad. 2. Sok. No: 2/3
Mr Erol Türkün
Phone +90 224242 70 70
IGI – The Global Wallcoverings Association
Chaussée de Louvain 426
Mr Pascal Siellet
Tel. +33 32 235 32 32
Lameirinho - Indústria Téxti , S.A.
Apartado 3007 Pevidém
Mr Paulo Coelho Lima
Phone +351 253 422 060
Mr Florian Heubrandner
Mario Cavelli S.r.l.
Via Baden Powell 9
21052 Busto Arsizio (Va)
Mr Matteo Cavelli
UK Fashion and Textile Association (UKFT)
3 Queen Square
London WC1N 3AR
Mr Paul Alger
Tel. +44 20 7843 9460