Valencia, 5 March, 2015.-The Royal Tapestry Factory of Madrid will be the setting this year on 17-19 september for the new ‘Home Textiles Premium’ trade fair, an event responding to the sector needs that proposes a unique scenario and is a very attractive showcasing of the products manufactured by a selection of manufacturers and publishers in the home textile market. The show is organized by Feria Valencia under the coordination of the textile employers’ association Ateval – Home Textiles from Spain and the collaboration of the Portuguese Association ATP – Home From Portugal.
‘Home Textiles Premium’ is set up as an exclusive event for top brands. The show will bring together about fifty exhibitors in a surface not exceeding 2.500 m2, thus respecting the project’s philosophy of uniqueness. The planned supply will cover from furnishing and interior decoration fabrics, curtains and ornamental trimmings to carpets and rugs, plus home textiles, decorative accessories, and textile editors and publishers.
This new show, adapted to the current needs of the home textiles sector, wants to have its own differentiated event, directed both to the domestic distribution channels and the most interesting international markets. In this regard, both Feria Valencia – In response to businesses and professionals concerns- and Ateval have been working in the last few months in the configuration of this project, which is born enjoying a wide political consensus.
The trade fair will take place in a unique building, which, by the way, is already used by Feria Valencia to successfully hold other similar events. In addition to it, the Royal Tapestry Factory in Madrid has a historical bond with the home textiles sector, which meets the project needs and allows a more sophisticated presentation of the product.
‘Home Textiles Premium’ has already aroused much interest across the main Spanish firms in the home textiles sector, as well as across many different prestigious Portuguese brands, that see the event as an international business platform.