New York Tabletop Show Feeds Retailer Appetites for New Designs

The Spring New York Tabletop Show played this week to positive reviews by suppliers who said they had full slates meetings with retailers eager to discover new designs to help drive a back-half rebound from what has been a soft start to 2023.

Consumers Predicted To Bring Big Personality to the Table This Year

For some time, neutrals were the color palette of choice when it came to the tabletop. Driven by small-space living and a more casual lifestyle, neutral colors had the ability to be mixed and matched and dressed up or down for any event. Personality could be shown through glassware or centerpieces, something that was not as committed as a full set of tableware. Now, however, the tables have turned and consumers are putting it all out there on the table — their personalities, of course.

French Bull Has Colorful Ideas for The Inspired Home Show

French Bull plans to make a colorful impression on participants in The Inspired Home Show in Chicago’s McCormick Place. Showgoers will see the deliberate use of color with yellow reflecting optimism, shades of violet confidence, magenta individualism, orange success, turquoise calmness and sea green clarity.

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