Forty One Madison will welcome attendees with a new buyer’s lounge, experiential programming, new products and showroom updates at the New York Tabletop Market, scheduled to be held March 31 to April 3.
According to The NPD Group, U.S. dollar sales of small appliances grew 4% in 2019, and sales of non-electric housewares increased 2% versus 2018, with the combined growth amounting to an additional $952 million in sales across the industry.
Merritt Designs has expanded its assortment of melamine tableware with the addition of several new collections.
Sobremesa has introduced its Nigella Cobalt ceramic dinnerware at the Las Vegas market. The new design features a twist on the classic blue-and-white pattern.
Fiesta Dinnerware, a division of Homer Laughlin China Company, has unveiled additions to its holiday and pet tableware assortments.
Lenox has introduced Sprig & Vine, a new dinnerware and giftware collection inspired by English gardens.
Pillivuyt recently marked its 200th anniversary with a special edition dinnerware collection and has now brought the collection to the U.S. market.
Villeroy & Boch has debuted its New Moon dinnerware collection, which is said to be inspired by the asymmetrical crescent moon shape.
Robinson Home Products (RHP) is launching an assortment of Delish branded kitchen and dining products in partnership with Delish.com, an online recipes and video platform.
Lenox has unveiled the new Vintage Cherry Dot assortment from its licensed Kate Spade housewares line.
Opening day, October 29, of the Fall New York Tabletop Market at Forty One Madison was full of energy, innovation and inspiration. Nature and technology emerged as two important themes throughout many of the showrooms as vendors brought forth their latest endeavors in tabletop.
Certified International has debuted the Madcap Cottage ceramic tabletop collection at the fall New York Tabletop Market. Madcap Cottage is a global lifestyle brand founded by designers John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon.
Creative glazes, interesting shapes and bold, new color palettes lead the latest dinnerware introductions at this year’s Fall New York Tabletop Market. Nesting dinnerware sets are also making an entrance in a big way.