Home Table Deco Fair 2019 – Premium Home Styling Exhibition
December 12th to 15th, 2019
Location of event: Korea Seoul COEX
Exhibits: Home living & deco, kitchen & tableware, Anniversary, lifestyle & culture, home appliances
Official website http://www.hometabledeco.com/main/main.php
Organized by the Reed K. Fairs Ltd. the exhibition provided the latest premium home styling trends with over 200,000 visitors at all four exhibitions across Korea, Seoul, Busan, Daegu and Jeju. Attracting the greatest number of professionals, the show is known to be effective in both B2B and B2C.
The opening of the Home Table Deco Fair 2019 was quite crowded even after lunch hours. As mentioned above, the exhibition was attracting the business sector and also consumers.
The show was divided into two halls and sections. Hall C was focused on home decoration which includes paints, art, kitchenware, furniture, pottery and all different products. Hall D was focused more on interior design which provided not only various interior design concepts but also a better taste to the products which were included in the design.
Personally, Hall D which had quality designed booths with style was more interesting. As most of the booths were designed by interior designers, they stood out compared to other exhibitions in Korea.
The HTDF also had a collaboration event called the Creator’s Hotel with a Korean online accommodation service (platform) company Yanolja. This event was a large promotion of Yanolja’s services, opportunities and partnered designers.
However, compared to Hall D, Hall C visitors showed more interested in the products. As much as the theme was decoration, it would be hard to categorize products by industry sectors.
With the HTDF subtitle as Premium Home Styling Exhibition, Hall C was full of interesting luxury products luring people to the displays. Given the diverse products, it would be difficult to categorize the industry that includes pottery, kitchenware, furniture and arts.
One of the most interesting booths provided a rental system for art. The service provides different types of paintings that match the interior of the house.
Overall the exhibition targets were willing to spend extra on design and appearance usually with more wealth or people who were in the industry. Hall D’s visitors seemed to be more B2B whereas Hall C was more focused on consumer-based visitors.
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