Highlight of the International Contemporary Furniture Fair

Half a Decade of Innovations!

This year’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair was held on May 18-21 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City, NY. It was a large multi-industry event that proved to be as lucrative for the tile industry as it was for the kitchen, home furnishings, and bathroom specialists that attended as it was for the thousands of attendees to the event. This was the 5th year of the event and for the 5th year the Italian Trade Commission was present to show the new fashions and trends in tile flooring available from Italy. This event showcases some of the newest styles and designs available for the upcoming year and what can be seen at this convention are usually new designs that will be seen entering the market for the next few years.

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The tile booth this year featured ten Italian Tile Manufacturers, including: Cooperativa, Concorde, Ceramica d’Imola, Fap Ceramiche, Florim, Refin, Atlast, Sant’Agostino, Settecento, and Tagina. This year also celebrated 20 years of remarkable projects that incorporated Italian tile in American architectural design.

Considering New Tile?

If you are interested in Italian tile or considering ceramic tile repair, sealing, or cleaning, now is the time to also find out what is in store for design for the new year. The new tile designs guarantee that older designs will be dropping in price as new tiles hit the market. Before you consider ceramic tile cleaning, consider how your floor would look with a new tile design!

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• Ceramic tile sealing
• Ceramic tile repair

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