Heimtextil, Frankfurt am Main, 7-10 January 2020

Posted in Events on 30 October, 2019

Heimtextil is the biggest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, and will next be held in Frankfurt am Main from 7 to 10 January 2020. The first trade fair of the year for its sector, it is a climate and trend barometer for the new business year.

What you can expect at Heimtextil

The industry meeting place: Retailers, wholesalers, designers, furniture and bedding stores, interior decorators, interior architects, architects, hotel outfitters and many other decision makers come to Heimtextil every year in January.
Here you’ll find what you’re looking for: From decorative and furniture fabrics to textiles for the bedroom, bathroom and table, wallpaper and sun protection systems.
Discover the future: In the new Heimtextil Trend Space you’ll find new trends.
Clear organisation: With our new concept, we once again underline our position as the largest event in the industry. Exhibitor directories and the clear navigation system provide reliable guidance.
Big names and start-ups: In addition to big-name exhibitors, there have been plenty of promising newcomers here in 2019.
Outstanding programme of events: Meet existing customers and new business partners during the day at the fair or in the evening at various after-hours events. Numerous lectures and high-calibre tours tell you what’s going on in the industry and offer important inspiration.

Innovations & Highlights 2020

The first port of call when it comes to interior design trends is the Trend Space in Hall 3.0, which offers an overview of the latest market developments and the Heimtextil trends for 20/21. In cooperation with Heimtextil, international design and trend experts have analysed the latest tendencies and prepared trend themes that will be shown in an extravagant presentation at the fair. Visit the Heimtextil Trend Space in Hall 3.0 – the highlight of the fair!

As an overarching theme, WHERE I BELONG addresses layered identities via the five diverse Heimtextil 20/21 trends. MAXIMUM GLAM turns the glamorous life tech-savvy, PURE SPIRITUAL finds balance in nature and mysticism, ACTIVE URBAN values utilitarian, adaptable solutions, whereas HERITAGE LUX celebrates rich historical legacies and MULTI-LOCAL embraces global cultural influences.

Reflecting on this year’s Heimtextil trend WHERE I BELONG shows one size does not fit all. To unravel and reveal the layers of our identities in an informative and inspiring way, Stijlinstituut Amsterdam invited four design studios and two photographers to capture the core of each theme. Each creative was assigned a theme matching their philosophy, practice and methodology, enabling them to bring a personal and authentic aspect to the stories.

Establishing five worlds as spaces to experience, made for with and of exhibitors’ products, the Trend Space will also realise 2D visualisations from the book as 3D spaces. Conceptual installations will actively engage visitors and motivate them to share their experiences by creating dynamic settings all about performance and interaction.

Architects, interior architects, hospitality experts and interior designers come to Frankfurt to see the worlds’ biggest selection of contract textiles. There, around 500 of the 3,000 Heimtextil exhibitors from all over the world present their product portfolios. Under the title ‘Interior.Architecture.Hospitality’, Heimtextil concentrates the spectrum of products and information for this area of application.

A must-see in Hall 4.2 for interior architects, architects and hospitality experts. The latest design and functional solutions for textile contract furnishing are presented in an exclusive exhibition format especially for the contract sector. A feature of particular interest for the hotel industry is the expansion of the product portfolio for the bedding sector.

To register your interest and to find out more, visit: www.heimtextil.messefrankfurt.com

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