Robinson Home Products will return to the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago after a two-year hiatus, and the company will, for the first time at the show, feature tabletop products, from its licensing partnerships with Oneida and echodesign.
In Robinson’s “Marketplace of Shops” booth – which is half the length of a football field and features individual boutiques for each of Robinson’s owned and licensed brands – this year’s show attendees will find the newest introductions for both the Oneida and echodesign tabletop collections, as well as longtime best-selling patterns from Oneida’s flatware heritage.
“We are delighted to return to the Housewares Show with a unique position in the tabletop market that demonstrates our versatility . . . we are the ‘guardians’ of Oneida, one of the oldest and most respected brands in the category, and yet we are also the champions of one of its newest and freshest brands, echodesign,” said Jim Walsh, president of Robinson Home Products.