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Replenishing goods is made easy with resources featured at NY NOW in the Javits Center and in showrooms at 230 Fifth Avenue during N.Y. Home Textiles Week, Aug. 10 to 14, 2019

National Treasures

The National Park throws measure 54 by 76 inches and are made in the U.S. with 100 percent pure virgin wool. Each blanket has a Pendleton label signifying its authenticity and a special woven label with the park name and image of an important natural feature. Shown clockwise: Olympic, Grand Canyon, Glacier and Crater Lake designs. Pendleton Woolen Mills, 503-226-4801, pendleton-usa.com

Tufted Plush Underfoot

The Soft Plush bath rugs are made with 100 percent cotton grown in Turkey’s Aegean region. The long pile has a tufted construction for a plush feel. The thick, durable reversible rugs have a puffy handmade pom-pom trim. The machine-washable rugs are offered in several designs, sizes and colors. Veritas USA, 646-590-3894, theveritas.com

Hand Woven Kitchen Towels

These 27- by 19-inch kitchen towels are made with 100 percent cotton given a distinct texture through hand spinning and hand weaving on manual looms. Strong and durable, the Fair Trade towels are crafted by rural and tribal artisans from Northern India. The towels are machine washable and include a loop for hanging. Sustainable Threads, 732-940-7487, sustainablethreads.com

Colorful Velvet

The Color Block Velvet pillow in coral/silver measures 18 by 18 inches. Made with silk/rayon velvet, the colorful patches are united in a coordinated palette. Each pillow includes a zip closure and feather/down insert. Kevin O’Brien Studio, 215-923-6378, kevinobrienstudio.com

Linen & Cotton Purity

The Purists Collection contains no chemical ingredients, bleaches or dyes. Shown from the collection is the Palio design that combines the soft suppleness of natural Egyptian cotton with the crisp, cool luxury of natural linen. SDH, 707-864-8075, sdhlinens.com

Floral Opulence

The Fall/Winter Collection is inspired by the Aesthetic Movement of the late 19th century that promoted the appreciation of beauty in and of itself. Made with 300-thread-count cotton sateen, Le Poeme Des Fleurs bedding in midnight began as an original hand-painted masterpiece by a Designers Guild artist. The flowers are intricately detailed. The dark background is not a solid color, but also is richly patterned. Designers Guild, 212-967-4540, designersguild.com

Italian Elegance

The Mistral Collection is made in Italy with 100 percent long-staple, 300-thread-count cotton sateen and embellished with handmade solid satin embroidery. The Mistral design is available in a flat sheet, duvet cover and pillowcases in queen and king sizes, as well as in boudoir, standard, Euro and king shams that include 2-inch flanges. Colors available include snow white, aloe, plum and ink. Svad Dondi, +39 0375 83 01 21, dondiusa.com 

Sateen Enveloped Down

The New Classic blanket is made with a soft, smooth 330-thread-count, 100 percent cotton sateen and finished with a 2-inch self-flange. It is filled with 600+ fill-power white down or down alternative. Sizes include 70- by 90-inch twin, 90- by 90-inch queen and 108- by 90-inch king in white or cream. DownRight Ltd., 718-788-6363, downrightltd.com

Linen Bath Towels

The Striped Bath Towels Collection is made with high-quality pure linen in a classic huckaback weave with plain seaming around. Soft and absorbent, each towel includes a loop for hanging. Sizes offered include 26 by 51 inches and 39 by 53 inches. Designs include Multistripe, Francesca, Brittany and Philippe. LinenMe, 312-233-2929, linenme.com

Prussian Blue Beauty

Luxurious Indian and Persian fabrics inspired the Palmio design, which is on a background of rich Prussian blue. The pattern is a play on delicate calligraphy and vibrant color, elevated by the cotton sateen fabric. A coordinating, scarf-inspired micro-check pattern is a nod to the sophisticated flair of Dandy fashion. The bed linens are printed on 300-thread-count, 100 percent long-staple combed cotton sateen. Bedding options include duvet cover and quilted coverlet. Yves Delorme welcomes buyers during N.Y. Home Textiles Week at its boutique and showroom at 2 West 19 Street. Yves Delorme, 800-322-3911, yvesdelorme.com

Blends Of  Weaves & Colors

The Jules design integrates three different tweeds, including herringbone and plain weaves, in three different colorways: rust herringbone, green herringbone and black herringbone. The Jules grouping includes 51- by 87-inch throws, 25- by 25-inch pillow covers and 9- by 6-inch pouches. The fabric, washed to make it thick and full, is made with 49 percent wool, 27 percent linen, 19 percent viscose and 5 percent polyamide. Libeco Home, 212-764-6644, libeco.com

Modern Majesties

Offered in shams of all sizes and a bedscarf, Seaglass is a printed lustrous velvet in greens, blues and silver with a slightly cracked-glaze appearance. The complementary Frattura duvet cover and shams are easy-care polyester in white and silver with a cracked-ice appearance. The coverlet is Bellavi in spa, a soft velvet-like fabric with a textured appearance that is offered in shams as well. All fabrics are also sold by the yard. Fino Lino, 800-829-3466, finolino.com

Luxe Lumbar

The Mystic lumbar-shaped pillow measures 12 by 18 inches and is available in three colors: ivory/blue, light taupe/black, and ivory/beige (not shown). For durability, the fabric is made with alpaca, wool and nylon. The blend offers a different texture and pattern than the company’s typical all-alpaca products. Alicia Adams Alpaca Inc., 845-868-3366, aliciaadamsalpaca.com


Highlights Of Summer N.Y. Home Textiles Market

The Summer 2019 edition of N.Y. Home Textiles Market takes place from Saturday, Aug. 10 to Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019 via NY NOW at the Javits Convention Center and in showrooms at 230 Fifth Avenue.


NY NOW

RETAIL RENAISSANCE NY NOW® offers attendees new and returning displays exhibits and events. Here are highlights:

• The first NY NOW Fashion Runway Show, featuring jewelry and accessories curated by fashion designer Farai Simoyi, takes place daily from Aug. 10 to 14, 10:30 a.m., Crystal Palace lobby.

• Opening parties offer live entertainment and complimentary appetizers and drinks: Aug. 10, HANDMADE, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Crystal Palace lobby; Aug. 11, HOME, 4 to 6 p.m., Holiday House on Level 3, booth 2446, and LIFESTYLE, 4 to 6 p.m., Level 1.

• Accent on Design® celebrates its 35th anniversary with a memory wall in that section. Artist Jason Naylor also paints an inspired mural on the show floor beginning Aug. 11.

• Awards night on Aug. 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. on Level 3 honors the recipient of the inaugural Renaissance Retailer Award, and winners of Best New Product across all categories, including Best in Market and Best Exclusive Launch.

• A silent auction of donated products runs from July 15 to Aug. 14 with proceeds benefitting Mission in Pink supporting breast cancer research in honor of founder and interior designer, Iris Dankner.

• New Transcend Displays, by NY NOW brand ambassador, interior designer Robin Baron, create an inspirational mood throughout Market.

• Transcend Talks speakers include Bob Phibbs, the Retail Doctor®; Iris Dankner, interior designer and founder of the Holiday House; designers Michael Aram and Stacy Garcia, Robin Kramer of Flourish & Thrive Academy and more.

NY NOW is owned by Emerald Expositions, operator of business-to-business trade shows. For more details, visit nynow.com.


230 Fifth Avenue

Situated between 26 and 27 Sts., 230 Fifth Avenue is home to more than 200 showrooms housing a diverse collection of product lines and categories. These include: home textiles, fine gifts, tabletop, bed and bath linens, kitchen, window treatments, decorative accessories, home furnishings, gourmet, collectibles, art, general merchandise and more. Participating showrooms are open during N.Y. Home Textiles Market Week.

The 230 Fifth Avenue New York MarketCenter™ is managed by Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, one of the largest independent full-service real estate firms in the U.S. For showroom directory and visitor information, go to 230fifthavenue.com.