Forty One Madison Vendors Relocate Showrooms

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.