Many Forty One Madison tabletop vendors will have newly located showrooms during the upcoming New York Tabletop Market, which will be held April 12 to 15.
For example, in a move to the seventh floor, Libbey is taking over an 8,500-square-foot space, allowing it to showcase its food service division as well as its consumer products.
Reed & Barton is headed to a new ninth floor space.
Melamine manufacturer TarHong is relocating to a 3,000-square-foot showroom to not only display product, but for offices and meeting rooms.
Sango can now be found on the eighth floor, where the showroom has been given a loft-like look.
TL Scafati LLC, a showroom housing such brands as Schott Zwiesel, Clayton Fine China, San Miguel Glassware, Secrets de Provence-Sud table linens, among others, has moved to the 15th floor.
Over and Back is settling into newly remodeled digs on the seventh floor, a showroom that’s 25% larger than its previous locale.
In addition, Forty One Madison’s annual breakfast seminar, held Wednesday, April 13, will feature Nicholas Dawes from “Antiques Roadshow.” Seating for this 8 a.m. session is limited and reservations are suggested.
Thursday, April 14 is Interior Designer Day, hosted by Traditional Home magazine. Senior style editor Krissa Rossbund will moderate a panel discussion, “Tabletop: A Secret Sauce to Bottom Line Success.” The breakfast program is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. at A Voce, Forty One’s ground-level restaurant. Following, guests can explore and shop the participating showrooms, meet with company executives and see firsthand the newest products and latest trends.