On Tuesday 8 May, Warwick Fabrics are teaming up with industry leaders to showcase the latest in interior concepts for the commercial arena. Carpet Republic, Design Choice, Dexion – Alexandria, Four Two, Feltex, GGI, Gkraft, Harbour Outdoor, Hughes Commercial, KFive, Nufurn, One World, Polyflor, Prototype, Schiavello, Sofas International and Turner Bros have all come together […]
April 20th, 2012
On Tuesday 8 May, Warwick Fabrics are teaming up with industry leaders to showcase the latest in interior concepts for the commercial arena.
Carpet Republic, Design Choice, Dexion – Alexandria, Four Two, Feltex, GGI, Gkraft, Harbour Outdoor, Hughes Commercial, KFive, Nufurn, One World, Polyflor, Prototype, Schiavello, Sofas International and Turner Bros have all come together to feature the best in commercial flooring, furniture, lighting and fabrics.
Themed Work, Rest & Play, the focus will centre around products for the office, hotel and hospitality markets.
Warwick’s Thomas Maxwell® Leather, Wools and screen fabrics will be launched at the event, along with an extensive range of pattern and high performance, commercial fabrics.
This event is not to be missed!
Date: Tuesday 8 May, 5.30 – 9.00pm
Venue: Warwick Showroom, 55 Bridge Rd, Glebe
For more information call 02 9518 8688 or email NSWevents@warwick.com.au
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