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An Exhilarating Experience At Heimtextil India and Ambiente India 2015By Sahana Rajagopal
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The Heimtextil India and Ambiente India, Trade Fair for Home Furnishing & Contract Textiles. was inaugurated by Minister of State for Textiles (Independent Charge), Santosh Kumar Gangwar at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on the 25th June 2015. The organizers were Messe Frankfurt and have been successful in their endeavors across the world.
This fair lasted for three days, and was packed to the brim on every single day. The exhibitors were not only part of the textile fraternity but also included interior designers and members of the furnishing industry. The fair was attended by a large number of personalities from the textile and furnishing industries. Since these fairs usually lead to successful collaborations between companies, there was certainly a good amount excitement in the air.
The entrance consisted of displays that were entries for a competition. The exhibitors were enthusiastic and were keen to talk about their theme and their exhibits. The ideas very unique and extremely creative. The entire expo was bustling with dealers, companies, manufacturers, designers and other eminent professionals. The exhibits comprised of Bath linen, kitchen textiles, window decorations, furniture fabric, textile floor coverings and others products from India, China, Pakistan, Germany, Nepal, Thailand and the US.
Every exhibit had been designed with utmost care and precision. The exhibitors had ensured that the exhibit was not just a display of their products but was also aesthetically appealing. One of the exhibits was of a design studio, Studio 8, based in New Delhi since 1998. This firm basically manufactures products, textiles, cushions and stationary all made out of either cotton or silk. They were launching a new brand called Anhad which is exclusively an online store. The exhibit of Premier Fine Linens had pleasing appeal. Prominent colors used were white, cream and shades of brown.
Several exhibitors had been a part of the expo earlier as well. . Rumors Fine Furnishings, a brand which has been a part of this trade fair for the past three years. They mainly use polyester and viscose and focus on embroidery and prints on their products! This year they were collaborating with Prestigious Textiles. Many were launching new products or were offering a variety in their product range and a couple of them were launching new brands. One of the brands being launched was Baby Loom. This brand comprises of products catering to all the bedding needs of infants and toddlers. The main aim of a large number of the exhibitors was to gather more customers. A couple of them such as Decor Windows and Homes were also on the lookout for more dealers. This particular company manufactures unique and exclusive products for windows and doors, though they do deal with linen as well. Their curtain range is extremely attractive and elegant. They were launching a new product: automatic curtain rods, which they hoped would be a success.
One of the designers , Mr Sarthak Sengupta of Sarthak Sahil Design Co was very forthcoming about his designs and his company’s products. They design products that are ethnic in nature which are a perfect fit for contemporary homes! This unique concept is clearly visible in their products as well. The colors used in abundance are yellow, pink, orange, green and all of them are bright and hence depict vibrancy. They were launching a new product “Hang Rickshaw”, a swing /chair inspired from the form of a rickshaw! Their collection is indeed ‘Glocal’ and definitely worth having at our homes.
The trade fair witnessed a number of eminent design companies, such as: GM Fabrics, Linen craft, Vardhman Carpets and Rugs, Jaydurga Décor Pvt Ltd, Jade exports, Kittrich corporation, Ideal Home and garden, Gulfam arts, Bastar arts and various others!
The Heimtextil India and Ambiente India, 2015 was truly worth attending – ZingyHomes was officially invited to cover this event. For those who are a part of this industry and missed out on the opportunity this year, look out for next year’s dates and plan in advance!
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