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FESPA 2017 Presents Printeriors

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FESPA 2017 conference-goers will have the opportunity to visit Printeriors 2017, a co-located interior design showcase presented in the style of a hotel. Designed to illustrate how print can be used to create interior design applications, Printeriors 2017 will present room sets created through a combination of screen, digital, and textile printing technology.

FESPA 2017 conference-goers will have the opportunity to visit Printeriors 2017, a co-located interior design showcase presented in the style of a hotel. Designed to illustrate how print can be used to create interior design applications, Printeriors 2017 will present room sets created through a combination of screen, digital, and textile printing technology. The showcase will run for five days, May 8-12, and feature printed flooring, wallpaper, soft furnishings, ceramics, glass, mirrored surfaces, furniture, and decorative textiles.

The Printeriors showcase is complemented by a half-day conference on May 11. The conference will “explore the benefits of using print as a medium for interior design and how it can transform interiors, whether for hospitality, residential, retail, or corporate purposes,” according to a release.
 

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