Heimtextil is the opening of the season for everyone involved passionately with textiles and furnishing. There, you will find everything at the same time and place: interior textiles, interior design and interior trends.
However, Heimtextil will be surprisingly different next year – with a new concept designed to make your visit even more successful! But that’s not all. You can also look forward to an excellent complementary programme of events, the new Hall 12 and numerous opportunities to make a great start to the new business year!
The top themes for you:
- Whatever you are looking for – you will find it faster now.
- Heimtextil 2018 – looking back at a successful fair!
- Special shows and events: don’t miss them!
- While you are in Frankfurt… At a glance. With a click.
Whatever you are looking for – you will find it faster now.
The new Heimtextil concept will benefit all visitors because, thanks to the new hall structure, everything that belongs together will be closer together! This means shorter walking distances, new synergistic effects and an even bigger range of products. Take a
look at the new hall plan and gain an overview of the new product segments.
Special shows and events: don’t miss them!
As always, the coming Heimtextil will be characterised by an interesting complementary programme of events. Here is a brief overview:
Particular mention must also be made of the presentation of the new and important lifestyle theme, ‘Sleep’, and you can look forward to informative expert lectures at ‘Sleep! The Future Forum’ in the foyer of Hall 11.0. The new knowledge forum presents interesting insights from the worlds of science, digitalisation, sport and hotels.
Additionally, you can discover the latest innovations at the ‘Smart Bedding’ segment in Hall 11.0: 134 companies from Germany and all parts of the world present mattresses, bedding, sleep systems and the associated technology.
While you are in Frankfurt…
… you really should try some of the local dishes and beverages in one of the numerous inns scattered throughout the Sachsenhausen district of Frankfurt. And a selfie on the ‘Eiserner Steg’ pedestrian bridge with Germany’s most breath-taking skyline in the background is a great souvenir! But Frankfurt has so much more to offer. For example, you could explore the area in front of the Main Railway Station and its numerous entertainment opportunities after the fair closes for the day.Contact: Heimtextil