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Glassware made a big statement across the showrooms at the Spring New York Tabletop Market this week, with several vendors showcasing new shapes, designs, techniques and offerings to suit the changing preferences of consumers.
Spring was in the air as attendees of this year’s Spring New York Tabletop Market were greeted by billowing floral displays in the lobby of Forty One Madison. The blooms hinted at the fresh new trend oriented tableware designs that awaited in the showrooms throughout the building.
Libbey will debut the Linnea line of glass serveware at the upcoming New York Tabletop Market, scheduled to be held April 2 to 5 at Forty One Madison.
Lenox Corporation and Fiskars Group have invested in another decade in their respective full-floor showrooms at Forty One Madison, located in New York City. The companies currently occupy two of the largest showrooms, with the Lenox space spanning 12,669-square-feet, and Fiskars Group occupying 12,120-square-feet.
Forty One Madison has set its New York Tabletop Market dates, through 2025, which includes a shift for the upcoming Fall 2019 market.
At the recent NY Tabletop Market, Villeroy & Boch unveiled its Coffee Passion Awake line of coffee-focused cups and mugs.
At the recent New York Tabletop Market, Robinson Home Products unveiled the addition of flatware and dinnerware segments to its CraftKitchen brand of housewares.
Color, form and finish led the way on day two of the New York Tabletop Market, October 10. As vendors continue to look to satisfy casual living lifestyles, these design elements have evolved and inspired across a range of tableware segments.
The first day of the fall New York Tabletop Market, October 9, saw vendors tap a range of consumer lifestyle preferences to launch new tableware in trending designs.
Robinson Home Products has launched two tabletop brands, Living by Robinson and Robinson, following its exit of the Oneida tabletop business. The new brands were on display at the fall New York Tabletop Market.
The gathering of family and friends around a communal dinner table has again found its stride, and dinnerware patterns at the fall New York Tabletop Market will see that trend projected onto its surfaces.